Welcome to Yahoo Homes of the Week, powered by Zillow. Get ready to channel your inner geek and think outside the white picket fence. In celebration of the unique and unusual, we've gathered a few standout homes currently on the market. See more one-of-a-kind properties on Zillow Blog.
142 Park Rd, Pittsford, NY
For sale: $995,000
It was designed to look like a stem of Queen Anne's lace, but due to its pod-style design, this home is most often referred to as the "Mushroom House."
Located about 10 miles southeast of Rochester, NY, the house was constructed in 1971, though it was no easy feat. After several failed attempts, the builders created five interconnected pods — two for sleeping, one for the kitchen and sitting area, one with a fireplace for the living and dining room, and one housing a deck.
7625 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ
For sale: $1.2 million
Featured on MTV's "Extreme Cribs," this Sedona standout has 10 colorful domes perched on 3.5 acres.
An indoor water feature, theater dome and oval breakfast nook bring the home's playful character inside, while a sparkling pool and spray-painted yin-yang symbol complement the exterior.
7 Montagel Way, Shoal Creek, AL
For sale: $13.9 million
A drive-by won't do this home justice. Though not a musician himself, the owner designed the 27-acre property to embody a guitar when viewed from above.
The 15-bedroom estate is stately with stone columns, a full-sized commercial elevator and a plethora of high-end finishes.
Clock tower triplex
1 Main St APT 16, Brooklyn, NY
For sale: $18 million
Ever wonder what it's like to live in a clock tower? Behind the hands of this iconic Brooklyn clock resides a triplex penthouse with a view spanning from the Manhattan Bridge to the Statue of Liberty.
Four 14-foot glass clocks serve as windows for the luxurious home, which includes 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a 3-story private elevator and a rooftop cabana.
688 Fourth of July Creek Rd, Danville, WA
For sale: $235,000
Taking the Central Asian-inspired portable dwelling to the next level, this 62-acre property features not only a main yurt, but also a guest yurt and bath house.
The main yurt's interior is cozy yet functional with a full kitchen and defined living areas.
Geodesic dome home
5008 Gent Ln, Port Charlotte, FL
For sale: $244,900
This geodesic dome home was built in 2008 with more than 3,100 air-conditioned square feet and 4,600 square feet overall.
Mirroring the home's geodesic shape, a screened lanai provides outdoor entertaining space.
Fortress of Solitude
404 West St, Harrison, NY
For sale: $1.575 million
The inspiration for this home comes from Superman's Fortress of Solitude. Click here to go to a slideshow of the home on Yahoo Homes.
With sharp angles and walls of glass, the home combines the feel of a Manhattan penthouse with a futuristic contemporary design.
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