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House Hunters: Outside the Box

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HGTV's formidable franchise "House Hunters" ventures outside the box to feature open-minded buyers who are making themselves at home in unconventional places. Proving that a traditional house does not always make the most ideal home, these creative families seek to buy offbeat dwellings like gas stations, windmills, grain silos, movie theaters, banks and churches -- truly unique structures just waiting to be transformed into dream homes. Each episode profiles buyers touring three properties before choosing the best fit.

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aired 187 days ago
A couple gets excited about converting a historic building into a home in Baker City, Ore.; he worries about taking on too big of a project, but she looks forward to the huge challenge.
aired 279 days ago
An adventurous couple hunts for an unconventional home in West Virginia, touring a train depot, a large church and a spacious general store, hoping one of them will make the perfect home.
aired 286 days ago
A young Brooklyn couple hunts for the perfect non-traditional structure to convert into a home; he hopes to find a post office, farmhouse or church with lots of land, but she wants to stay as far away from rural critters as possible.
aired 300 days ago
A Texas buyer known for giving junk a new purpose wants to exercise her creative muscle on an unconventional property, and hopes to find something unique like a movie theater, a bank or an old dairy barn to convert into a home.
aired 307 days ago
A Florida couple seeks an out-of-the-ordinary home in Ohio's wine country; they want to convert an old warehouse or church into a fun vacation property, but they can't agree on style.

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