Find your dream home — a home like no other. Maybe one with walls made of foam? How about a pyramid 37 stories above Seattle, or even a spaceship? Every homebuyer wants to find the perfect home, one that fits all of their personal quirks and dreams, and not everyone is hoping for four walls, a foundation, and a picket fence. We’ve identified some of the most unique homes in the world and imagined who the perfect homeowners would be. Which one would you choose to live in?

upside down house

This charming, two-story home in Szymbark, Poland, is perfect for sailors, ship captains, and other people with strong stomachs and a solid set of sea legs. Direct entrance to the second floor and ceiling-mounted furniture and appliances offer limitless floor space.

multi-colored snail house

Although construction proceeded at a snail’s pace (it took 10 years to build), this colorful five-story house in Sofia, Bulgaria, was finally completed in 2009 by its contractor/owner. It’s built with lightweight concrete on a wire frame, and we’ll assume it complies with all regulations — a reminder to always check your local building codes before beginning any project of your own.

organic shaped mushroom house

Great for environmentalists, Smurf fans, and fungi-lovers, this one-bedroom bungalow in Ohio has eye-catching additions composed of wood, colored glass, seashells, and other organic materials. Make an earth-friendly statement in this eye-catching piece of real estate.

 tiny house

Easily located anywhere with an accessible road, these pint-sized abodes provide all the comforts of a home with no geographic restrictions or foundation. Perfect for traveling salespeople, oft-visiting mothers-in-law, and nature lovers.

Pyramid house at top of high-rise building

This landmark, pyramid-shaped property in Seattle caters to high-flying tightrope walkers, fearless window washers, and lighthouse operators. Get an unrivaled view of the city, the privacy and security of 462 vertical feet, and the feeling of being a pharaoh.

cave house interior and exterior

Aspiring cave-dwellers will love this curvilinear, two-bedroom, three-bath house made of polyurethane. Set in rural Minnesota, its lack of right angles is perfect for fans of 1970s chic. Exact square footage: too hard to calculate.

spaceship house

For those who never felt at home on this planet but still love earthly amenities, this sci-fi home has a fireplace to keep cozy in every “room.” Use its Texas location or move it to your back yard.

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