5 Stunning Structures That Got a Second Life as a House

5 Stunning Structures That Got a Second Life as a House

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Jennifer Hunter
Mar 11, 2015

Beautiful structures are everywhere, just waiting for out-of-the-box thinkers to come along and give them another chance! Almost anything can get the ol' switcheroo. Check out these five amazing structures that now house some lucky, lucky people.

Church

(Image credit: Justice Darragh)
(Image credit: Justice Darragh)

Dan and Sarah took a chance and bought this 1869 Gothic Revival church in Ontario and that risk really, really paid off.

Firehouse

(Image credit: Estately)

(Image credit: Estately)
(Image credit: Estately)

A Plymouth, MA firehouse is now this stunning loft and here's hoping they kept the pole! Via Estately

Grain silo

(Image credit: Dwell)
(Image credit: Dwell)

This Phoenix, AZ couple live happily in 190 square feet of custom designed silo where every inch is used and appreciated! Via Dwell

Barn

(Image credit: Terry Pumphrey)
(Image credit: Terry Pumphrey)
(Image credit: Terry Pumphrey)

Kelly and Ashlea's Ozark, Missouri converted barn doesn't forget its roots. Check out all those perfect, rustic details.

Boat

(Image credit: Jacqueline Marque)
(Image credit: Jacqueline Marque)
(Image credit: Jacqueline Marque)

Chris and Kristen gutted this vintage 1969 boat to install all the nautical necessities they need to make it into the cutest houseboat ever.

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