BuzzBuzzHome: These Converted Homes Will Put Your House To Shame

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Proof that purpose-built isn’t always best:

This warehouse turned single-family home in London.



Photo: Chris Dyson Architects

Located in the city’s Shoreditch neighbourhood.

And this warehouse loft conversion in Tribeca.



Photo: Andrew Franz Architect

This 12th century mill conversion in Western Spain.



Photo: imgur

By architect Ricardo Elizondo. More photos here.

This New York City penthouse inside a 100-year-old clock tower.


Photo: Corcoran Real Estate Group

It can be yours for just $18 million.

Also in New York, also a converted clock tower.


Photo: Muratore Corp

More info and images this way.

This barge abode in Stockholm.


Photos: homedsgn

The 1,600-square-foot floating apartment was recently on the market for $800,000.

This praise-worthy church conversion in London.


Photo: imgur

This glass bedroom that used to be a greenhouse.


Photo: imgur

This gas station and mechanic shop that was re-purposed as an Airbnb rental.


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Available for rent in New Orleans for $440 a night.

This New York City loft converted from an old sprinkler tank house.


Photos: Brian Messana

See more converted homes at BuzzBuzzHome.


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