From a witch's house to a train depot, a water tank to a coal shed, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose creativity and vision made it all possible. In Beverly Hills, California, a movie-set mansion becomes a witch's lair. In Colorado, a Wild West coal shed is riddled with bullet holes. In San Francisco, a ferry boat becomes the ultimate waterfront property.
Homeowners across the country prove not everyone has to live in a suburban home. From a missile silo in Kansas to a chicken plant in Indiana, people are converting unusual spaces into gorgeous homes.
From a potato barn and a theater to an oil refinery and more, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose vision and creativity made it all possible. An Ohio opera house still has its stage floor, a sustainable New Mexico home rises from the desert and an Oklahoma boiler house is now home sweet home.
From a methanol tank to a department store, a coin laundry to a grist mill, a tire shop to a church, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose vision and creativity made it all possible. In Iowa, a couple transforms a dairy farm into a dream home. In Virginia, a wagon wheel factory goes from wedding gift to home sweet home, and a Montana couple moves into a power plant.
We're touring amazing living spaces from a Tennessee hay barn and a Mississippi gas station to a Northern California shipping container and introducing the people whose creativity made it all possible! Meet a New Yorker that brought a Wild West movie set back to life, a Missouri artist that highlights the architecture of an 1800's Georgian church, and a Michigan couple that invested in the renovation of a downtown bank and more!
We're checking out unique living spaces across the country from a New York schoolhouse to an Indiana firehouse! We tour these amazing places and meet the people whose creativity made it all happen including the Colorado man who renovated a former movie theater. On this tour, we're also meeting up with a couple that brought an old Canadian barn back to life in Rhode Island and a California church that received a major modern facelift.
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