8 Converted Homes That Used To Be Factories On The Market Now (PHOTOS)

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Houses with surprising pasts always pique our interest, especially converted homes that were once something totally different, like a bus or even a gas station.

Another type of structure that's often repurposed as modern homes are old unused factories. From huge compounds that at one time manufactured shoes to little squat buildings that were built for butter churning, these places tend to have soaring ceilings, exposed brick and interesting details. And these features are the makings of some really cool places to live with a chic industrial vibe. Our friends at Redfin put together a list of some amazing examples of factory-converted homes on the market now.

Click through some of our favorites below, and head over to Redfin to see more.

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