It took 8 years to buy but only 4 months to renovate this posh 1900 PA warehouse. A neglected schoolhouse becomes a 3-bedroom home. A former Baptist Church gets turned into a 10,000-square-foot mansion. A joke leads to the restoration of a corncrib.
A 1948 meat warehouse becomes a concrete-and-corrugated metal home. A 1907 bank home gains a gourmet kitchen and sunroom. An artist transforms a building that was an automobile dealership until 2004. A couple makes an 1892 cedar mill their home.
A galvanized Kansas grain bin with two bedrooms, two baths, and central air. A cap-and-gown store in Atlanta is now a contemporary home. Two decades renovating a 19th century brownstone factory. Two Washington State dancers update a 1927 firehouse.
There's plenty of room for a big family in this converted fortune cookie factory. A Georgia man turns 6,500-square-feet of oil-soaked concrete into a charming Southern home. A 19th century barn in Pennsylvania gets packed up and moved to Tennessee.
A 1927 grocery gets an award-winning makeover. Urban pioneers update a 19th century blacksmith shop. After two years of trials and tribulations, a couple turns an old warehouse into a jewel of a home. Empty nesters make an old factory a Zen retreat.
From Harry Israel Motors to a fabulous downtown home. Plus, glorious refuge in a 19th century grocery. And, one couple restores an entire hometown city block. Finally, this cinderblock brooder house makes a comfortable nest for a Colorado family.
An old run-down, bullet-riddled barn gets transformed into a bungalow. Plus, an energetic couple renovates an entire city block. And from chicken coop to a cool crash pad. Finally, discover how a former church becomes one woman's heavenly abode.
Beer & beads buy a 1927 Spokane auto dealership. Plus, a couple make a Joplin MO stone church their home. And, renovated waterworks with the original brick walls, doors and tongue-and-groove ceilings. Finally, renovation of a rural Colorado library.
A sheet metal shop with upstairs living quarters, 1897 flourmill with basement fishing, and living space/office in an old furniture sales/manufacturing building. Plus, it took three years to make a fabulous home in this 1930 volunteer fire station.
A transformed hay barn with an award-winning screened porch. A building that has seen use as a hotel, apothecary, grocery, feed store and Laundromat gets remade once more. An 1886 firehouse is the perfect place for a homeowner with eclectic tastes.
A 1928 bookstore as family home, former pants factory in Rome GA complete with basketball court, condemned Key West hotel reborn with a magnificent atrium and orchid garden. And a 1930s high school in Kingston, Idaho, now an enormous bachelor pad.
A 1942 Carnegie library in Atlanta gets a 10-year renovation as a stylish home. A late 1800s shotgun-style hardware store becomes a dandy downtown abode. An old dam and power station is turned into a rustic and incredibly strong family home.
In Austin, Texas, a family in a 100-year-old train depot. A woman gets help from her family converting an 1883 church into a stunning Colorado home. A couple converted a former commercial ferry from Norway into a waterfront home in San Francisco Bay.
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