16 most bizarre buildings, which can be found in the global real estate market
• 16 most bizarre buildings, which can be found in the global real estate market
If you have an extra $ 18 million, we offer you a property in which you could invest their capital. The site "Estately" agency, we have chosen the 16 most bizarre houses for sale right now. Any one of them could be yours, if you have enough money in your pocket. Well, if you're not a millionaire, you can just admire - they are worth.
The glass walls and domed roof of the house in harmony with the forest landscape in the suburbs of Austin.
Address: 504Cpiller Lane, West Lake Hills, Texas
Architect: John Covert Watson
Price: 1, 5 million dollars
House called Cooney House, jokingly referred to as a casket of jewels of Sarasota, features clean lines and splashes of bright color. The whole house area of 223 square meters surrounded by a veranda.
Address: 44 S Washington Drive, Sarasota, Florida
Architect Tim Seibert
Price: 1, 5 million dollars
Scorpio House is a building in the Arizona desert. Its architecture is expertly blended poured concrete, glass and titanium panels.
Address: 28023 N 96 Place, Scottsdale, Arizona
Architect: Eddie Jones
Price: 5, 5 million dollars
In the East or West, home is best, especially if you live in this amazing house called Landmark Bay habitat. Due to its orange and purple concrete domes it is very similar to the house from the cartoon "The Flintstones." Address: 45 Lake Berryessa wei, Hillsborough, CA
Architect Eugene Tsui
Price: 3, $ 2 million
House, received the title of the most prestigious homes in Utah, occupies nearly 12 acres of alpine meadows. Due to the stone-paved main entrance and the bridge with glass walls it looks as if descended from the pages of books.
Address: 5618 E South Fork Road, Provo, Utah
Developer: Maglebi Construction
Price: 18, 5 million dollars
An oasis in the desert for the authorship of the internationally renowned architect Antoine Predock has brick floors and lots of fireplaces. Just a few steps away are hiking trails.
Address: 260Cpring Creek Place, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Architect: Anthony Pedrok
Price: 1, $ 3 million
Sunlight pours through the holes in the dome roof of this amazing home in the Pacific Northwest. Each "needle" in this design is a separate bathroom.
Address: 1850 Kerridzh wei, West Linn, Oregon
Architect: Francisco Reinders
Price: 629 000 USD
House- "flying saucer" seems ready to get off the ground. The first floor resembles unclosed circle, and from the rest rooms just a few steps to the pier on the lake.
Address: W9225 Ripley Road, Cambridge, Wisconsin
Architect: Hellmuth Adzhango
Price: 870 000 USD
The house on the ocean would fit perfectly for the mermaid. Italian glass tiled pool, a massive glass doors professional music studio open to the Pacific coast. Address: 2649 Ocean, Carlsbad, CA
Price: $ 18 million
The architecture of this magnificent residence imbued with farms and lush gardens. The complex, covering an area of 80 acres, got the nickname "Italy in Texas".
Address: 8 Sugar Creek Drive, West Lake Hills, Texas
Architects: James Coote, James David Lawrence and Mall
Price: 3, $ 3 million
This house, resembling a barn overgrown stands in the midst of the land area of 18 hectares in the vast New England. After a recent renovation, he received warm floors and original wooden windows.
Address: 85 Peyner Ridge Road, Roxbury, Konnetikut
Price: 2, 5 million dollars
This architectural gem overlooking the rocky cliff, dug into the hillside, evokes in memory the history of James Bond. Huge floor-to-ceiling windows offer a panoramic view of both sides
Address: 1472 Cougar Lane, Santa Rosa, California
Architect: Gary Tucker
Price: $ 1 million
In this house called Schnabel House, built in 1989, has many green corners, pools and other original buildings. Architect Frank Gehry said of him: "I imagined what should be my own home."
Address: 526 Carmelina Avenue Los Angeles, CA
Architect: Frank Gehry
Price: 9, 5 million dollars
House of 460 square meters is a miniature embodiment of the modernist style of the mid-20th century. Here we honeymooned Elvis Presley and his wife Priscilla.
Address: 1350 Ladera Street, Palm Springs, California
Architect: William Krisel
Price: 6, 9 million dollars
wooded gorge isolates Sherman Booth House, built in 1916, located not far from the local club. Three floors and a flat roof set it apart from many other houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Address: 265Cilvan Road, Glencoe, IL
Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
Price: 1, 9 million dollars
This house looks descended from the pages of fairy. It is a perfect hideaway from the chaos of city life. Detached cottage with two bedrooms excluded.
Address: 3472Canshayn Canyon Drive, Boulder, Colorado
Price: 5, $ 2 million