Strange Homes in the USA

You think the bright pink house at the end of your street is the strangest home in your area? What would you say if you lived in a neighborhood with a house fit for Frodo? Check out a few of the strangest houses in the nation.

Dune House

House for Hobbits?

The Dune House, a two-unit duplex, was built into a hill on Florida’s Atlantic Beach in 1975. It was designed by Bilbo Baggins, er…we meant to say architect William Morgan.  It is reasonably priced for the Shire..er…the Florida coast at 1.4 million.

Earthship Home

Property taxes less than $25 per year? There's a reason for that - you depend on mother nature for water.

Located in Columbus, New Mexico this home was a holdover from the hippie culture of the 1970s. It functions off the grid by catching rain water for drinking and bathing. It also has windows, doors and walls designed to maintain optimal lighting, heating, and cooling. Is this green home a steal at $55,000? If you don’t mind depending on the elements!

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