12 strangest houses in the U.S.

Forbes and realty associations compiled a list of the 12 strangest homes in the United States, including a dome house, a castle and apartments at sea.

July 25, 2011
homes, residential construction, strangest homes

Picks for the United States’ strangest houses are in. Forbes, along with Trulia.com, Realtor.com, Sotheby's International Realty, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate and Stribling & Associates, culled through listings nationwide to come up with 12 nontraditional homes, with prices that vary from $225,000 to $13 million.

Forbes’ list includes a regal church converted into posh condos, including a stained glass-bedecked $1.5 million, three-bedroom unit in western Pennsylvania; a haute houseboat docked in Seattle for $3.45 million; and a $8.5 million Mountain Village, Colo. estate constructed of recycled mining materials and equipped with an enclosed steel and timber bridge.

For more information and images of the residences: http://abcnews.go.com/Business/strangest-unusual-homes-market/story?id=14124673

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