The World’s Five Weirdest Houses

Published December 29, 2012
Updated September 1, 2017
Published December 29, 2012
Updated September 1, 2017

Costa Verde 727

Costa Verde 727

Source: The Chive

While not technically a home, Costa Verde’s 727 Suite is certainly capable of serving as a home away from one. Built inside and around the fuselage of an abandoned Boeing 727, the special suite offers all the comforts of home for only $250-750 a night depending on the season.

Weirdest Houses Costa Verde 727

Source: The Chive

Boeing 727 House

Source: The Chive

Boeing 727 Weird House

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727 House

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Seashell House

Mexico City Seashell House

ource: Geekologie

Located in Mexico City, the Seashell House was built by Senosiain Arquitectos for a couple in search of a truly unique home. They found it: the overall design of the house is meant to mimic a Nautilus shell and was built using a combination of steel reinforced mesh and concrete.

Seashell Weird House

Source: Geekologie

Weirdest Houses Seashell House

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Seashell Mexico City Weirdest Houses

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