Take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built.
03:24 — The Flycatcher House was designed and built to resemble a medieval castle.
04:27 — Twelve years of restoration brings Cornwall's Boconnoc estate back to life.
03:14 — Moebius House, in Sydney, Australia, is a 3-D geometrically designed home.
03:08 — Nova House is built not on but into the side of a red-rock canyon in Utah.
02:55 — Weatherproof cedar buttresses protect this Oregon home from severe weather.
03:57 — Salt Point House blends nature with indoors using clever privacy screens.
04:07 — Inside and out, Whimzey House is meant to be a colorful living work of art.
02:50 — The unique design of this Japanese home captures the sunrise for its owner.
02:38 — This home's design was created to ease overcrowded conditions in Berlin.
02:57 — 'Whimsical' best describes this owner-built interactive toybox of a home.
03:14 — A gap between two buildings is now this architect couple's home and office.
03:51 — This Sydney urban cottage mixes historical Aussie with contemporary design.
03:29 — This space-age Dutch villa is a futuristic take on New Age country living.
04:41 — Upstate New York is home to the Calico House, a colorful nod to upcycling.
02:39 — Tokyo's House N. A. appears to float in vertical walls of steel and glass.
02:43 — Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this home offers spectacular coastal views.
03:14 — Some call it gaudy; this Moorish tower home's owners call it a work of art.
03:22 — This organic home is an unfinished work of art made from many art forms.
02:24 — This modern Hudson Valley glass home has a sod roof and unique footprint.
03:24 — Mandalay Ranch is not your average log cabin: it's priced at $65 million.
04:07 — Removing all electromagnetic fields unplugs this modern eco-friendly home.
02:48 — Like ancient architecture, Casa Tolo's exterior has narrow and steep steps.
03:16 — This family's home is a bridge, not over troubled waters but over a ravine.
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- Rating: TV-G
- Premise: A survey of unusual homes, including ones converted from a bowling alley and a train car. (more)