Whoa, we're not in Kansas anymore! This incredible upside-down house was designed by Klaudiust Golos and Sebastian Mikuciuk and is located in Germany. While it comes complete with upside-down furniture, it sadly does not include the Wicked Witch's feet.
This energy-efficient home in Salzburg, Austria makes living in your car seem a whole lot less pathetic. But don't let it's small size fool you. This little home costs a whopping 2500 euros a month to rent!
This intricately designed house is located in Huainan, China. The home is so massive that the architects built an escalator inside of the glass violin. I wonder if the neighbors ever call the cops on them for playing their music too loud.
This toilet sanctuary, located in South Korea, is called "Haewoojae," which in Korean means "a place of sanctuary where one can solve one's problems." While this 4,508-square-foot porcelain mansion may seem incredibly odd, we're willing to bet residents can really flush their bad days away and relax within its walls.
This is one of the most insane tree houses we've ever seen. Made out of an old Boeing 727, this two bedroom apartment ”” called "Hotel Costa Verde" ”” sits comfortably in Costa Rica. We'd love to live here, but can't help but wonder if they charge you extra for luggage.
Is this where Groot from Guardians of The Galaxy lives? You might be surprised to learn this wooden palace ”” commonly referred to as the "Crazy House" ”” is actually a hotel and residence designed by Dang Viet Nga and located in Vietnam.
What do you mean you haven't seen these homes before? Have you been living under a rock? These stone houses are located in Cappadocia, Turkey and are home to several inhabitants. None of which I assume listen to The Rolling Stones.
Hey, he who has never made a horrible pun cast the first stone.
She sells seashells in Isla Mujeres, Mexico ”” at least that's where this beautiful home is located. They say if you hold this house up to your ear, you can hear the sound of the ocean. And your neighbor's dog barking at 3am.
This amazing hole house was created in Texas after the home was damaged by a tornado in 2005. The designers wanted to make an artistic statement instead of just demolishing the home. Living in a tunnel never looked so chic!
While this incredible mushroom kingdom looks like it comes straight out of Wonderland, it's actually located in Perinton, New York. The five pods are connected by thin beams, and the rooftops are perfect for smoking hookahs and frightening young children!
John Milkovisch started constructing this now iconic home in Houston, Texas in the late 1960s. It's estimated that over 50,000 cans cover and adorn the ome. The official website for the boozy home states the house is a "monument to recycling."
James May enlisted the help of 1,200 people to help build this incredible LEGO house in Dorking, United Kingdom. Constructed out of over 3 million LEGO pieces, this home even has a functioning LEGO toilet. Talk about a childhood dream come true!
14. Free Spirit Sphere Houses
These amazing houses, located in Vancouver Island, Canada can be suspended anywhere from 5-feet to 100-feet by almost vertical ropes. They're not for the faint of heart, either. In order to get inside, you have to walk up a narrow, spiral staircase and then travel across a suspension bridge!
The Headington Shark House is located in Oxfordshire, England, and was commissioned by Bill Heine. When interviewed about the enormous Great White Shark sticking out of his rooftop, Heine said that the installment is a statement "about CND, nuclear power, Chernobyl, and Nagasaki."