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You Live in What? was a reality show that first aired in 2012 on the Home and Garden Channel (HGTV). It covered people who lived in unusual places and had heavily modified those places to make them their home. As the places were often dilapidated, their owners had to put in a lot of work and money into them. The refurbished dwelling places include an actual cave, a submarine, a firehouse built in 1910, an auto parts warehouse, a missile silo, and a 100-year-old barn.

You Live in What? is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (39 episodes). The series first aired on March 10, 2013.

Where do I stream You Live in What? online? You Live in What? is available for streaming on HGTV, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch You Live in What? on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, FuboTV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

5 Seasons, 39 Episodes
March 10, 2013
Kids & Family, Home & Garden
Cast: Tom Crehan
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You Live in What? Full Episode Guide

  • Check out a 200-year-old hay barn turned home in the Connecticut woods, a church transformed into an artists' sanctuary, a unique Texas lighthouse inspired by the New England coast and a multi-barn homestead in Waco, Texas.

  • From a Dutch barn transformed into a rustic Texas dwelling to a candy factory repurposed into an art gallery/penthouse, take a personal tour of some of the most unique home conversions in the world.

  • Creative homes include an urban oasis crafted from an industrial ink factory, a funky fire station home in Northern California, an artist's abode built from a former glass warehouse and a 200-year-old stone meeting hall.

  • Inventive owners convert historic buildings into one-of-a-kind homes. Explore a Kentucky bourbon distillery whose crumbling stone walls are now the centerpiece of an amazing country home, a Pennsylvania residence created from a one-room Civil War schoolhouse, an old coal company commissary turned eclectic abode, three orange shipping containers converted into a country cottage north of Manhattan, and a historic Knoxville grist mill that's now a live-work space with a working water wheel.

  • From an Ohio bank barn and a New York schoolhouse to an Indiana firehouse.

  • From a Tennessee hay barn and a Mississippi gas station to a Northern California shipping container home.

  • A potato barn, a theater, an oil refinery and more; an Ohio Opera house; a sustainable New Mexico home rises from the desert.

  • People across the country use their creativity to transform unconventional spaces into luxurious homes, including a Colorado man who renovated a former movie theater. Then, a California church gets a major modern facelift.

  • From a mansion on a movie set transformed into a witch's lair and a ferry boat turned into the ultimate waterfront property, these homes take unique and nontraditional to the next level.

  • From a missile silo to a chicken plant and a library to a flower shop.

  • 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.