Dighton, Kansas has miles and miles of grain bins that all pretty much look the same. But the Ehmke’s have a grain bin that looks a little different, because it is a little different: It’s their home.
Vance and Louise Ehmke’s grain bin home was once used as storage for 25,000 bushels of grain, just like 25 other grain bins on their property. But this one was converted into a two-story, completely circular home with a galley kitchen, breakfast nook, office, conference room and bathroom on the first floor and two bedrooms and one bathroom on the second floor.
The rooms inside are round as well and most share the same slat-and-copper ceiling. The house includes a porch and balcony that overlook the beautiful weigh station, used to measure their trucks full of their grain.
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