Three of the Coolest Homes in the Market
Are you the type who’s adventurous enough to live in a tower or a cave? If you’re bored of the cookie-cutter suburban home, you might want to take a look at these cool homes for sale.
Selling for only $1.5 million dollars is this 3-room cave home which boasts of 3 (and a half) bathrooms and a 2.980 square feet sprawl. It’s located in Brisbee, Arizona, and is far from the danky cave image in your heads. The ceilings and walls have a rough, robust look to them, and are constructed from mortar and natural rocks.
If you can accept the “natural” treatment done on the furnishings and the appliances, as well as the open baths, this may just be the perfect, offbeat home for you. The home’s best touches are probably its checkerboard tile floors and the clear glass surrounding the structure’s walk-in shower.
Cousins with the cave home is the boulder home or the Joshua Tree House built within the Joshua Tree National Park. This is the perfect home for someone who’s single and nature-savvy. Made from artificial stone, it mimics the vibe of the desertscape, its exteriors blending in with the highway right beside it, hiding the living quarters from passersby.
This is a 2-room, 2-bathroom home, selling for $975,000. Its interior, contrary to its rough exterior design, is quite elegant and modern. The small kitchen is made from high-end and stainless steel, while the floor and walls are made from fruitwood and mini-tiles.
This won’t be a list of cool homes if we don’t include a castle. Selling for $4.25 million dollars is this home found at the Hampton’s. This is a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath structure, boasting medieval exteriors minus the discomfort of actually living in a dungeoned hole. Here, you can enjoy all of the amenities of a modern home while feeling like royalty.
The property covers half an acre, complete with oversized windows, limestone construct, Gothic archways, and the works. The cobblestone flooring and beamed ceiling does the finishing touches.