It’s off the market now, but this little gem was on for sale as recently as this summer for $1,199,000.
Sure it has a stellar location in Montecito, California with over and acre of property. And it even has a historic pedigree – being hand-built and originally owned by members of the Bohemian Mountain Drive Artist Colony. But $1.2 million for a brick hut?
Heck ya, look at this sweet thing!
Another reader requested abode – although I can’t for the life of me remember who requested it! (Sorry!!)
Les Containers is a très awesome vacation rental in France.
The structure is a 2-story, 2 bedroom 2-bath getaway cottage built from 2 upcycled shipping containers. (2-2-2-2!!)
The boxes are stacked, but off-set so it doesn’t totally look like a double-decker box-car.
The container house is located in Saintry-sur-Seine, Île-de-France which is about 30 kilometers south of Paris.
This modern castle is located in Sedro Woolley, Washington and has been on the market since 2008.
It is one of those very unique properties having trouble finding that “special someone” to buy it.
The price is now down to $895,000 and that is a pretty swell deal because not only do you get a lovely 3,000 square foot castle, but also 20 acres of lush, west coast rain forest including a year-round creek.
Cross the creek via your own private drawbridge and enter into your castle!
A reader contacted me about this amazing church converted into a private home in Wisconsin that is for sale! The owner is interior designer Cynthia Weston so you can bet there is something interesting going on inside.
However, if you are thinking that the decor of this former church has been featured in some haughty design mags, think again.
The interior of this Lake Mills, Wisconsin home is more like a dizzying regurgitation of art, color, and pop culture bric-a-brac from around the world (and across the time-space continuum).
You are reading House Crazy, after all.