The Weirdest Houses in the World
You’ll find it in Taree, Australia. What can it do? It rotates 360 degrees with the help of a few buttons, which allows the owner to enjoy the sun or the shadow whenever he wants. At full speed, it rotates 360 degrees in just 30 minutes.
You can see it in Mexico City. This home-shell was built in 2006 by the architect Javier Sensonian, specialized in the so-called bio-architecture, meaning that the homes he imagines are inspired by sharks, snakes and other creatures.
You will find it in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It was built in 1973 by King Curtis. It has three bedrooms and is for rent. Are you tempted to play the game of the astronauts?
Boeing 727 House
If you go to Benoit, Mississippi, you cannot miss it. It belongs to Joanne Ussary, who bought a Boeing 727 scrapped for $2,000. Then he spent $4,000 to move in the plane and another $24,000 on repairs and renovations.
It’s not fake, is really a 200-year-old log that you can see in Garberville, California. The owner, Dan Baleme, has available a bedroom, a living room and a spacious kitchen.
This home in Hellam, Pennsylvania, was built in 1948 by Mahlon N. Haines, an American business magnate. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a living room and also new owners. The current owner, Carleen Farabaugh bought the shoe-house and turned it into a vacation home.
Pickle Barrel House
You will find it Grand Marais, Michigan. It is owned by William Donahey, the cartoon creator, an American with highly developed sense of humor.
In principle, you will find it in Qualicum Beach, Canada. Only in principle, because in reality, the owners Tom and Rosy Chudleigh can move it where they want. The house has electricity, running water and is perfectly insulated. To install it in your favorite tree it takes only one day.