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If you’ve ever wanted to get away from the everyday stress of life, there are some places that you can find that are hidden in the wilderness, secluded from the cities and the masses. These are places where you could truly relax and find yourself. So step away from your everyday routine for a moment and join us as we look at 10 Amazing Isolated Houses You Might Like to Try
10. A secret treehouse, hiding in the woods of Whistler – This treehouse started out as a self-funded project that was built in the middle of the woods in Whistler, Canada, and it was built by its owner who was a software engineer turned carpenter.
9. Enchanted Cave and Secret Treehouse! – Here’s a really cool place that is a combination of cave and treehouse that are situated together. This is a place that you can rent for about $860 a night, with a minimum stay of two nights, and its located in Bilpin, New South Wales, Australia. The clifftop cave is built onto a natural rock platform.
8. Treehouse with a spa – This cool treehouse with a spa is also located in Bilpin, New South Wales, Australia. The treehouse is built 12 meters off the ground. A wood-burning stove warms the small room in winter, while in summer it’s a great idea take a beer onto the front balcony overlooking the gorge and watch the clouds drift over.
7. An Invisible Tree House – Here’s a cool treehouse that is covered by mirrors on the outside, and if you weren’t looking close enough, you’d probably miss seeing it entirely. For $600 a night you can stay inside of this mini glass treehouse.
6. A Snowboarder's Unbelievable Tiny House – This incredible home was built in the mountains in Soda Springs, Colorado, USA. It took 5 years to build it, and the owner, Pro-snowboarder, Mike Basich, built it by hand moving all the rocks into place and even moving the cement and water to this tiny house secluded in the mountains. It’s built with lots of natural wood and stone.
5. Tiny Turf House in Iceland – Turf houses are made of turf and lava stone, but not many of them exist anymore. Inside the main home you can see that all of the beds are in one room.
4. The Secret Treehouse – There is a treehouse that is hidden deep in the woods. And unless you know it’s there, you won’t even see it. Getting up to the treehouse is somewhat of a nightmare, especially if you are afraid of heights.
3. Stone Hotel in Grindelwald - High above Grindelwald village located in Switzerland lies the hotel of the Swiss Alpine Club stands which stands on a very high plateau.
2. Hidden House in Tree in Balch Park – If you are looking for a true tree house, you’ll find one in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains of California that features a grove of Giant Sequoia trees. In one of these Giant Sequoia, a room was carved out of the base of the tree complete with stairs.
1. Isolated Modern Treehouse – This amazing modern treehouse is built in Seattle, Washington by The Treehouse Masters and is a really cool looking treehouse that is built in between two large trees. Underneath the house is a really nice custom swing for two people.
If you had millions of dollars what would you build and create the most amazing house ever? Here are 10 Insane Celebrity Homes. Subscribe to Talltanic 4. Howard Stern Two hundred thousand for hurricane shutters? Ten million on renovations alone? No problem for the most successful radio personality of all time. Stern reportedly spent 52 million dollars to purchase this insane mansion in Palm Beach, Florida in early 2013 and had those refurbishments done early in 2016. The specialty shutters weren’t cheap and so as you might guess, they are very heavy duty and able to withstand winds and debris impact of up to 276 miles per hour. They are also remote controlled and cover every one of the houses many windows. The home itself is even more remarkable. The mansion boasts twelve and a half bathrooms, in case the first twelve are taken, five bedrooms and sprawls over nineteen thousand feet across the Florida beach front. 3. Dwyane Wade+Gabby Union Dwyane Wade is a star guard for the Chicago Bulls. Gabrielle Union is a very well known actress. The couple is, by all accounts very happy together and with salaries that can afford them cribs like this who could blame them? The ecstatic couple got married on August 30, 2014, and leased this ridiculous castle for the occasion. The house was priced at 10. 9 million dollars before it was delisted shortly before the wedding. The property was built by architect Charles Sieger, for himself and includes a giant, landlocked moat and formal gardens that surround the property. 2. Bill Gates Though the richest man in the world is known as a charitable man who spends his money frugally, he opened his wallet a little bit to build his dream home. The home cost a record-setting sixty-three million dollars to build and took seven years to complete. The property lies in the hills of Medina, Washington and is surrounded by nature. The estate has a variety of garages, including an underground cave that can hold ten cars, six kitchens tended by a twenty-four-hour on-call chef, a fifteen hundred square foot theater, a twenty-one hundred square foot private library and a massive aquarium. This home is incredible, but of course, it's not the only property the billionaire owns on the west coast. He also bought a ranch in California for eighteen million dollars that has a private race track. 1. Mukesh Ambani Ambani is no celebrity; he’s the Chairman of Reliance Industries, a gigantic conglomerate holding company in India. But he is a billionaire and had this crazy pad built in South Mumbai that is valued at around one billion dollars, making it the most expensive private residential property on the planet. The 27 story property, called Antilia, and its unique design have been a part of the Mumbai skyline since being completed in 2010. The extravagant home’s location in a destitute area of Mumbai is extremely controversial. The property has six floors of underground parking, three helipads and a total interior space of over four hundred thousand square feet. The crib also features nine high-speed elevators, a two story health center and six floors for Ambani and his family. An entire floor is dedicated to servicing Ambani’s stable of cars.
We all love secrets and hidden homes so why not make your house the ultimate hideaway and disguise it from the world? Here are 10 hidden homes you literally won’t believe exist! Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: beamazedvideos@gmail Update: the jungle house isn't located in the Amazon forest. It is located in the Atlantic Rainforest, in the state of São Paulo. More info: Credit: Music: "Odyssey" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3. 0 License Be Amazed at these 10 INCREDIBLE HIDDEN HOMES! Norwegian Mountain Cabin - Architects like to talk about their buildings “functioning in harmony with nature” but this remote cabin on the side of Norwegian mountain Åkrafjorden takes things a step further - it functions in harmony with nature so well you’ll struggle to separate it from the hill! Barn Conversion - Barn conversions are all the rage these days. Underground Town - It’s one thing creating a secret hideaway that can house a family or two but surely that pales in comparison to a hideaway for a whole town! Coober Pedy in the Australian outback houses no less than 3, 000 people underground and out of sight, with only bland, featureless mine entrances to indicate there may be anything beneath the scrubland. Coober Pedy dates back to 1915 when it was mined for the stone Opal. Desert Living - The desert isn’t traditionally seen as an attractive place to live. Water is the stuff of life and there isn’t much of it in the wind-blasted and dust-caked canyons of Utah. Fallout Shelters - When we discuss luxury retreats it seems safe to say that underground bunkers created for use in the case of a nuclear holocaust wouldn’t usually come to mind. When you think about it, though, what better place for a hidden retreat? The Narrowest House in the World - Blink and you’ll miss it. In fact, stare at it and you still might miss it. Keret House in Warsaw, Poland has a width of between 92 and 152 centimetres and is jammed between two far bigger buildings, like an alleyway that felt left out and wanted to become a house. Ground houses - Sometimes the obvious hiding places are the best, so why overcomplicate things when you can simply dig your house into the ground? Crazy Cliff Houses! If you suffer from vertigo look away now. These cliff houses are certainly not for the feint of heart. Jungle House - The jungle is the ultimate hiding place. Dense vegetation means that you can barely see a foot in front of you and with snakes, spiders and all sorts lurking in the foliage you wouldn’t want to be wandering about on the off chance you might encounter something interesting. Rooftop Houses - Rooftops might be the biggest waste of space in the world. Our cities are crowded, jammed with flat-roofed buildings and skyscrapers, so why not make use of that extra bit of space on top?