No cookie-cutter houses here. From former lighthouses to a school bus, get prepared to be inspired by these You Live in What? homes you have to see to believe.
Feeling like prisoners in their crowded neighborhood in Delaware, Kevin and Meghan want to move with their new baby to a farm in Pennsylvania. Meghan's childhood dream has been to raise horses and she's ready to share that with her daughter. Meanwhile, Kevin wants to grow peppers in order to make his own hot sauces. After real estate agent Monica shows them four farmhouses, this Delaware family is ready to make the big move.
Tired of living in a tiny house in the army post of Fort Benning, Jason and Terra Rhodes want to move to a spacious farmhouse with their kids. They decide on the rural area of Harris County, Georgia; a beautiful county surrounded by wide rivers and plenty of land. Terra wants to grow her own food and Jason wants land to play with his sons. Their real estate agent Lee shows them three lovely properties, and one farmhouse in foreclosure that needs serious repairs. After thinking about their budget and work that needs to be done, they finally decide on a beautiful new country home.
Sid spends his days fighting fires and saving lives in the round-the-clock bustle of Miami while Melinda takes care of their eight kids. They've decided it's best for their entire family to slow things down and live the simpler life. Sid wants land for his kids to play outdoors, Melinda is looking for a house big enough to fit the entire family, and the kids want to raise farm animals. Will Melinda and Sid be able to choose the perfect home to please everyone and make their dream of Florida farm-life a reality?
Jon and Vanessa live in a small house in Dallas, Texas with their three kids. As the kids continue to grow, their current house gets smaller and tighter. They are ready to move to Denton County, TX in search of more land and more space. Vanessa wants a house big enough for the family, Jon wants a large outbuilding to have a workshop, and the kids want land with large trees to build a zip-line and have animals. After real estate agent Debra Weber shows them four farmhouses, the family decides to move to their new home.
Mike and Holly live the suburban life in Charlotte, NC. Tired of having their two horses in a boarding facility, they have decided to buy a large farmhouse with enough land for their steeds. Holly wants a big barn and large pastures to keep her horses happy and Mike wants a big workshop for a man cave. They travel to Union County, North Carolina and York County, South Carolina in search of the perfect farm to live the rest of their lives.
A Boston couple wants to move their family out of the suburbs and connect with nature in a farmhouse on sizable acreage. The search starts in Massachusetts' Hampden County, but while Chris has his heart set on a farm with a classic New England barn, Sue wants a water feature and a place where their daughter can raise goats. Will they find the farmhouse of their dreams or will a barn break their budget?
High school sweethearts want to settle down on a farm with enough room to start a cattle business and to keep horses. They're both looking forward to living life on the farm but can't agree on what type of farm house to buy. He wants an older traditional build but she's on the lookout for something newer. Will they find the perfect compromise without breaking the bank?
Maryland foster parents John and Cynthia are looking to continue growing their family. But in addition to their six children, they have goats and chickens that share their suburban yard. In order to make their dream a reality, they're setting their sights on a farm with a house big enough for eight.
A couple is ready to leave their corporate life in suburban Manchester, New Hampshire, to farm in the Merrimack Valley region of southern New Hampshire. Unsure of what they want to pursue, they tour farms with distinct income producing potential and search for their forever home.
Jenny and Nate are tired of living a chaotic suburban life in Pennsylvania and want to move with their three children to some rolling farmland outside of the city. Having grown up on a farm, Nate is ready to return to his roots and Jenny is on board so long as she can home school their children and hang on to her creature comforts.
A couple and their two boys are leaving Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to live a more fulfilling life on a farm and start a lavender growing business. They set their sights on the rolling plains of Hershey, Pennsylvania, but is it possible to find a farm to support their growing needs along with a house that the family can agree on?
Despite having no farming experience, this Asheville, NC, family of four is moving to the farm. They're ready to crack open the books to learn about crops, cows and planting to make their dream come true. They've certainly got the motivation, but these rookie farmers are in need of some serious help.
Two workaholics are tired of living in their small Greenville, South Carolina, bungalow and are ready to look for a spacious and relaxing farmhouse away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Their perfect farm would have a house with good bones, the right outbuildings and land with plenty of tillable soil in Anderson County. Will they find a fitting South Carolina farm suitable for their gardening and animal-raising goals?