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House Hunters: Outside the Box showcases open-minded buyers who are making themselves at home in unconventional properties. During the series, creative families prove that a traditional house is not always the ideal home. Inspired home seekers are breaking the mold to buy the most offbeat dwellings imaginable, such as abandoned gas stations, old windmills, rundown movie theaters, churches and even banks.

House Hunters: Outside the Box is a Reality series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (5 episodes). The series first aired on December 11, 2017.

House Hunters: Outside the Box is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch House Hunters: Outside the Box on demand at Amazon, HGTV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Weekdays 10:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
1 Season, 5 Episodes
December 11, 2017
Reality
Cast: Andromeda Dunker, Lise Kernan
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House Hunters: Outside the Box Full Episode Guide

  • An adventurous couple hunts for an unconventional home in West Virginia. They tour a train depot, a large church and a spacious general store hoping one of them will make the perfect home. She has loads of vision for each space but will her creativity blow their budget?

  • A young Brooklyn couple hunts for the perfect non-traditional structure they can convert into a home. He's hoping 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. Will they find the unique home of their dreams?

  • A couple is excited about converting a historic building into a home in Baker City, OR. He's leery of taking on too big of a project, but she's ready for the huge challenge. They'll have to work together, though, if they want to preserve the building's historic character while converting it into a practical living space.

  • A Florida couple seeks a home that's out of the ordinary 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 what style they want the home to have -- he wants gritty and industrial, she wants something more ornate. Who will win out on this unconventional house hunt?

  • A Texas buyer known for giving junk a new purpose wants to exercise her creative muscle on an unconventional property. She hopes to find something unique like a movie theater, a bank or an old dairy barn to convert into a home. Will such an ambitious project push her imagination too far?