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A ferry. A train depot. An ice cream factory. With imagination, tenacity and a few bucks, people have turned the most unlikely places into personal palaces. Meet gutsy visionaries who found beauty in dilapidated commercial spaces, turning them into wonderful one-of-a-kind homes.
Season 2, Episode 7

Greenhouse, Winery, Bank

Homes made from sheep wagons, a warehouse and a cave - plus even more amazing home conversions!

Thursday
Apr 11
5pm | 4c
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Thursday
Apr 18
6am | 5c
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Thursday
Apr 18
7am | 6c
Season 5, Episode 1

Birmingham Livery to New Orleans Shipping Container

From a 200-year-old Dutch barn from upstate New York that's now a country home in Mississippi to a crumbling Lake Ontario lighthouse restored to its former glory, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose creativity and vision made it all possible. A Chicago firehouse conversion is almost too authentic, and a historic livery in Birmingham, Alabama, is now a hip live-work space for a photographer and her family. There's also a charming schoolhouse in beachy Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi, a New Orleans shipping container home that shows lot size doesn't matter if you're creative and a Wisconsin church whose residential conversion seems divinely inspired. These one-of-a-kind homes and their visionary homeowners prove that with a little imagination, you can live in almost anything.

Sunday
May 19
11am | 10c
Season 5, Episode 2

New England Castle, Chicago Museum, Alabama Temple

Visionary homeowners prove that with a little imagination, you can live in almost anything. Go inside a once-dilapidated Sacramento fire station that's been resurrected into a beautiful home, a 150-year old castle overlooking Lowell, Mass., with dozens of rooms for an ever-growing family, a Jewish Temple in Alabama that's now an artistic couple's residence and art studio, an off-beat Chicago museum transformed into a boutique bed and breakfast, and many more.

Sunday
May 19
12pm | 11c
Season 5, Episode 3

Bourbon Distillery, Carpet Cleaning Warehouse, Coal Commissary

Inventive owners convert historic buildings into one-of-a-kind homes. Explore a Kentucky bourbon distillery whose crumbling stone walls are now the centerpiece of an amazing country home, a Pennsylvania residence created from a one-room Civil War schoolhouse, an old coal company commissary turned eclectic abode, three orange shipping containers converted into a country cottage north of Manhattan, and a historic Knoxville grist mill that's now a live-work space with a working water wheel.

Sunday
May 19
1pm | 12c
Season 5, Episode 4

Indy Ink Factory, Houston Glass Warehouse, Pennsylvania Schoolhouse

People across the country take unlikely structures and create incredible homes. Explore an urban oasis crafted from an industrial ink factory, a funky fire station home in Northern California, a church from the 1930s that's been cleverly expanded into a multi-room family home, a Houston artist's abode built from a commercial glass warehouse and a 200-year-old stone meeting hall in New York.

Sunday
May 19
2pm | 1c
Season 5, Episode 5

San Antonio Candy Factory, Chicago Livery, New England Corner Store

From a New York Dutch barn transformed into a rustic Texas dwelling to a candy factory repurposed into an art gallery/penthouse, take a personal tour of some of the most unique home conversions in the world. See an Alice's Restaurant inspired church conversion in Massachusetts, a 1700s corner store turned private residence in New Hampshire and a Catskills shipping container home with some unique alterations.

Sunday
May 19
3pm | 2c
Season 5, Episode 6

Illinois Waterworks, Pennsylvania Lumber Warehouse, Texas Lighthouse

Creative people turn historic structures into unusual homes. Check out a 200-year old hay barn turned home in the Connecticut woods, a Hudson Valley church transformed into an artists' sanctuary, a uniquely Texas lighthouse inspired by the New England coast, a grist mill in upstate New York that was a key stop in the Underground Railroad and a multi-barn homestead in Waco, Texas.

Sunday
May 19
4pm | 3c
Season 4, Episode 7

Hay Barns and Gas Stations

From a Tennessee Hay Barn to a Mississippi Gas Station to a Northern California Shipping Container home, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose creativity made it all possible. A New Yorker heads to the desert to bring a former Wild West Movie Set back to life. A Missouri artist highlights the architecture of an 1800's Georgian Church. And a Michigan couple invests in the renovation of a downtown bank.

Sunday
May 19
5pm | 4c
Season 5, Episode 1

Birmingham Livery to New Orleans Shipping Container

From a 200-year-old Dutch barn from upstate New York that's now a country home in Mississippi to a crumbling Lake Ontario lighthouse restored to its former glory, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose creativity and vision made it all possible. A Chicago firehouse conversion is almost too authentic, and a historic livery in Birmingham, Alabama, is now a hip live-work space for a photographer and her family. There's also a charming schoolhouse in beachy Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi, a New Orleans shipping container home that shows lot size doesn't matter if you're creative and a Wisconsin church whose residential conversion seems divinely inspired. These one-of-a-kind homes and their visionary homeowners prove that with a little imagination, you can live in almost anything.

Thursday
May 23
6am | 5c
Season 5, Episode 2

New England Castle, Chicago Museum, Alabama Temple

Visionary homeowners prove that with a little imagination, you can live in almost anything. Go inside a once-dilapidated Sacramento fire station that's been resurrected into a beautiful home, a 150-year old castle overlooking Lowell, Mass., with dozens of rooms for an ever-growing family, a Jewish Temple in Alabama that's now an artistic couple's residence and art studio, an off-beat Chicago museum transformed into a boutique bed and breakfast, and many more.

Thursday
May 23
7am | 6c
Season 5, Episode 3

Bourbon Distillery, Carpet Cleaning Warehouse, Coal Commissary

Inventive owners convert historic buildings into one-of-a-kind homes. Explore a Kentucky bourbon distillery whose crumbling stone walls are now the centerpiece of an amazing country home, a Pennsylvania residence created from a one-room Civil War schoolhouse, an old coal company commissary turned eclectic abode, three orange shipping containers converted into a country cottage north of Manhattan, and a historic Knoxville grist mill that's now a live-work space with a working water wheel.

Thursday
May 23
8am | 7c
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Thursday
May 30
9am | 8c
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Thursday
May 30
10am | 9c
Season 2, Episode 1

Lighthouse, Train, Brothel

Not everyone lives in a tract home - or wants to! Tour some amazing home conversions from around the world including a lighthouse and a World War II Bunker. Can you imagine living in a home made from shipping containers, or an old jail house? What about a historic federal bank? A barn makes an excellent living space as does a grist mill, and even a train! Some homes have a sordid past including a famous New Orleans Brothel. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern, luxurious homes!

Thursday
May 30
4pm | 3c
Season 2, Episode 2

Plane, Bus, Gas Station

Homes that once were a bunker, barn, and a grocery, plus more amazing homes from around the world

Thursday
May 30
5pm | 4c
Season 2, Episode 4

Caboose, Fuselage, Gas Station

Not everyon elives in a tract hoe - or wants to! Tour some amazing home conversions from around the world including an old caboose and a historic red mill. Can you imagine living in a fuselage? What about a gas station? A fire station makes an excellent living space as does a church, and even a hayloft! Some homes have an industrial past including a fur factory, and an auto body shop. One family made their home in an old paint warehouse, while another couple renovated a mexican restaurant into their new home. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern, luxurious homes!

Sunday
Jun 2
9am | 8c
Season 2, Episode 5

Dumpster, Mill, Theatre

A home in a lighthouse, a train depot and a horse box - plus many more amazing home conversions!

Sunday
Jun 2
10am | 9c
Season 2, Episode 6

Restaurant, Trailer, Cave

Homes made from a mill, a submarine and a missile silo - plus even more amazing home conversions!

Sunday
Jun 2
11am | 10c
Season 2, Episode 7

Greenhouse, Winery, Bank

Homes made from sheep wagons, a warehouse and a cave - plus even more amazing home conversions!

Sunday
Jun 2
12pm | 11c
Season 2, Episode 8

Windmill, Speakeasy, Goat Shed

These stunning home conversions from around the world include a windmill, a furniture warehouse, and even a goat shed. One woman found her dream home in a historic dovecote; while two brothers in Atlanta made a home in an old speakeasy. Can you imagine living in an airstream trailer? What about a washateria? See how one couple turned a World War II Quonset hut into an award winning home. All of these unique homes plus a church, a firehouse and even an old barn. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern, luxurious living spaces!

Sunday
Jun 2
1pm | 12c
Season 2, Episode 9

Oast House, Bank, Charter Bus

These fantastic home conversions from around the world come with an exciting variety of histories including an oast house and an airplane hangar. One couple brought a modern touch to a 1850s grist mill. Who knew you could make a comfortable home out of a bank? Or a grocery store? A group like-minded folks in Scotland have turned old whiskey barrels into houses. Can you imagine living on a charter bus? What about in a church? One Wisconsin couple found a dilapidated barn and made it the home of their dreams. Plus a house that used to be shipping containers and one that was formerly a firehouse. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern and luxurious homes!

Sunday
Jun 2
2pm | 1c
Season 2, Episode 10

Waterworks, Factory, Convent

Not everyone lives in a suburban tract home - or wants to! Take a tour of some intruguing transformations that have transformed the most unlikely buildings - into homes. These amazing home conversions from around the world have quite the history including a waterworks and a carriage house. Can you imagine living in a home that used to be a pipe organ factory? What about a train station? A convent makes an excellent living space as does a barn, and even a firehouse! A St. Louis homeowner made a home out of a charcoal warehouse; while a Cincinnati man discovered a hidden tunnel 30 feet under his brewery icehouse home. There is a Pennsylvania family that lives in a converted metal shop and one couple turned a flour mill on the coast of Spain into a beautiful home and yoga retreat. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern, luxurious homes!

Sunday
Jun 2
3pm | 2c
Season 2, Episode 11

Bar, School House, Market

Not everyone lives in a suburban tract home - or wants to! Take a tour of some intriguing spaces people have transformed into their homes including a firehouse and a charcoal distribution center. Can you imagine living in a former meat market? about a church? A bus makes an excellent living space, as does a barn, and even a bar! One set of homeowners made a home out of an old pool hall, while another couple has a country home in a historic schoolhouse. One woman lives in a converted pigeonniere and another homeowner converted a Gulf Oil warehouse into his new home. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern, luxurious homes!

Sunday
Jun 2
4pm | 3c
Season 2, Episode 12

Movie House, Dairy, Soda Plant

Not everyone lives in a suburban tract home - or wants to! Take a tour of some amazing home transformations.Can you imagine living in a home made out of old tomato cans? What about in an art gallery or a grocery store? These conversions from around the world have quite the history including a hundred year old Texas Schoolhouse and an old water plant. A fruit icehouse makes an excellent living space as does a firehouse, and even a convent! Some homes used to be modes of transportation, like an old fashioned double decker bus. One man made his home in what used to be an early 20th century movie house while another couple turned a soda bottling factory into home sweet home. You won't want to miss these incredible transformations from old, historic structures to modern, luxurious homes!

Sunday
Jun 2
5pm | 4c

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