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A former ferry is now bay-front property. A train depot waiting room is now a kitchen. A renovated church now holds a dining table and benches built from its original wood pews. With imagination, tenacity, and a few bucks, people have transformed the most unlikely public places into personal palaces. reZONED turns the typical house tour on its ear. Meet gutsy visionaries who found beauty in dilapidated commercial spaces, rezoning them into imaginative, amazing, one-of-a-kind homes. (Source: HGTV)
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Prev: 3x11 -- Georgia Cotton Sorter, Virginia Wagon Wheel Factory, Illinois Church, North Carolina Dairy Barn (Oct/10/2007)

Judy Knight transforms an Atlanta cotton warehouse into a wonderful family home. Shay and Mark Borel's 1854 wagon wheel factory wasn't always the spectacular residence that it is now. With stained glass windows and no pigeons, Judy and Bob Orr's 1915 church is bathed in beautiful light. Linda and Wayne Brocuglio turn a former dairy barn into 15,000 square feet of living space.

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