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Top 8 Weirdest Houses Around The World That’ll Make You Love Your Condo

It is everyone’s childhood fantasy to live in some dream house, and every one of us would have different imaginations about how our houses should have been. Well, there are some people who go one step ahead and convert their dream to reality, giving us some amazing houses to look at. Some are masterpieces of art, while some might be weird to look at. Let’s look at some of such houses which are weird and interesting:

1. Star Trek Voyager flat – Hinkley, Leicestershire

Star Trek Voyager flat - Hinkley, Leicestershire

No matter how cool this looks for a star war lover, you can not imagine yourself living here for good.  This studio apartment cum spaceship setup became rather popular when it was listed in Rightmove. A perfect holiday destination or weekend chillout scene will be far better here than spending every day in this studio.

2. The Shoe House – Hellam, Pennsylvania

The Shoe House
Flickr/ Beck Gusler

This shoe house in Hellam, Pennsylvania has time and again been famous for various reasons. It was first a guesthouse, then became an ice-cream parlor, and is now a museum. Mahlon Haines, a shoe salesman, built this house back in 1948 as some kind of marketing and advertisement of his work. The kitchen is on the heels of the shoe and the bedrooms are in the ankle.

3. The Upside-down House, Poland

upside down house
By Tomasz Sienicki [user: tsca, mail: tomasz.sienicki at gmail.com] (Photograph by Tomasz Sienicki) [GFDL or CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Located in Poland, this upside down house can make your jaw drop in awe! This is minutely designed to look exactly the way an upside-down house would look. This house was built to symbolically represent the inversions of communist rule in Poland. A Strong political message with a flavor of sarcasm – beat it.

4. Cube Houses, Holland

cube houses holland
By Raul Ayres (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons
32 houses of the same shape and size attached to each other! These cube houses were built in Holland and their design has been copied by various architects around the world. However, can you see yourself living in these condos?

5. The Toilet House – Suwon, South Korea

The toilet house

At an expense of nearly $1.1 million, the toilet house in Suwon was basically built as the headquarters of World Toilet Organization by the mayor Sim Jae-Duk in 2007. He is also known as Mr. Toilet in Suwon as he has won apprises from the public to make public restrooms cleaner, beautiful, and hygienic.

6. Steel House – Ransom Canyon, Texas

Steel House - Ransom Canyon, Texas
By Billy Hathorn (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons
Designed and owned by Robert Bruno, this wonderful house is located in Texas. It took 23 years for the builder to complete this house as the work was of great precision and smartness. 110 tons of steel has been used for this structure.

7. The Spaceship House – Chattanooga, US


Located in Chattanooga, US, this house resembles a spaceship. It seems that the owner of this house would have been passionate about spacecraft! Approximately 2,000 square feet of space is livable in this spaceship turned house.

8. The Seashell House – Mexico

Javier Senosiain, a Mexican architect designed and built this seashell house out of boredom of having lived in a normal house. This has been a hub of tourist attraction. Although this is not a public property that you can visit,  you can still observe the extrenals of the house.