Look at this house. It looks a bit old and dilapidated, but it is the world’s smallest house. It measures a scant 300 x 300 micrometers, which means it’s too tiny for even a dust mite to make it into the door.
One of the most famous rides that Disney has at its theme parks is the Haunted Mansion. This ride puts you into cars that roll through what looks like a Victorian era haunted hause. Along the way, you see yourself in the mirrors and it looks like ghosts are riding with you.
If you’re a fan of Rick and Morty, check out this house in Brighton, England painted with a reasonable approximation of the multidimensional adventurers. I bet the neighbors hate the people who live there.
…at least most of the neighbors.
There’s a story floating around the internet that a woman in China managed to amass an army of 20 boyfriends, and then managed to convince each of them to buy her an iPhone 7. Then she sold them all to buy a house.
Check out this home in Norway that was built on a giant turntable. No, it doesn’t play tunes as it spins around, although that would be an awesome bonus. The idea is that it can be remotely rotated for maximum sun exposure, or to control the view out the windows.
Angelo Mastropietro made a kick ass home out of a cave. No, this luxury home for the modern caveman doesn’t have a Batmobile or a Bat-Pole that you can slide down, but it should. Despite that, it is way better than your non-cave home.
If you want to decorate your home for Halloween you can always fill the yard with creepy zombies and ghosts, along with some fog. But nothing makes a statement like turning your entire house into a giant monster.
It would be great to be rich. You could have all the exotic cars you want, and your mansion could be filled with awesome themed rooms. If you have about $15 million lying around, you might want to drop that dough on this awesome California mansion.
Two men are spending some quality time living in a rather unique home – this 25-foot wooden wheel. Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder are living in this wheel as part of the In Orbit art project at The Boiler gallery in Manhattan.