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HGTV presents a series of visionaries who have transformed run-down commercial spaces into unique homes. Each episode follows three different residences from construction to completion. These one-of-a-kind houses are conversions from places that include a former ice-cream factory, an old grain bin, a radio station and a slaughterhouse. In each case, the homeowner found beauty in an extraordinary venue. With a little imagination, tenacity and a few dollars, the owners prove nothing is impossible.

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From an Ohio bank barn and a New York schoolhouse to an Indiana firehouse.
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A Kentucky bourbon distillery's stone walls are the centerpiece of a country home; a Civil War schoolhouse is turned into a residence; a coal company commissary is turned into an abode; shipping containers are converted into a cottage; a grist mill.
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A dilapidated Sacramento, Calif., fire station is resurrected; a 150-year old castle overlooks Lowell, Mass.; a Jewish Temple becomes a residence and art studio; an off-beat Chicago museum is transformed into a boutique bed and breakfast.
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An introduction to one-of-a-kind homes and their visionary owners; a historic livery in Birmingham, Ala., is now a hip live-work space for a photographer and her family; a New Orleans shipping container home shows lot size doesn't matter.
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A 200-year-old hay barn turned into a home; a church transformed into an artists' sanctuary; a unique Texas lighthouse; a gristmill in upstate New York that was a key stop in the Underground Railroad; a multi-barn homestead in Waco, Texas.
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A Dutch barn transformed into a Texas dwelling; a candy factory re-purposed as an art gallery and penthouse; a church conversion in Massachusetts; a 1700s corner store turned into a residence; a shipping container home with some unique alterations.
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An urban oasis crafted from an ink factory; a fire station home in Northern California; a 1930s church that's been expanded into a home; a Houston artist's abode built from a commercial glass warehouse; a 200-year-old stone meeting hall in New York.
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From a missile silo to a chicken plant and a library to a flower shop.
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A potato barn, a theater, an oil refinery and more; an Ohio Opera house; a sustainable New Mexico home rises from the desert.
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A couple transforms a dairy farm into a dream home; a wagon wheel factory goes from a wedding gift to home sweet home; a couple moves into a power plant.
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From a Tennessee hay barn and a Mississippi gas station to a Northern California shipping container home.
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A movie-set mansion becomes a witch's lair; a Wild West coal shed; a ferry boat becomes the ultimate waterfront property.

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