Your next shed, cabin, or outdoor retreat doesn't have to be some plain aluminum abomination of engineering. Take the Bunkie ($TBA) for example. With an outline that's a symbol of a house, it features a frame made using a CNC router, plywood and reclaimed barn board in the interior, and the ability to be flat-packed and shipped to the site for final assembly. Glass front and back sections keep the whole thing from feeling cramped, and with two queen-sized murphy beds built into a main wall, it's got plenty of room for whatever you have planned.

  • Missile Silo Cabin

    Lots of people can claim to have a big house, a nice yard, or even their own private airstrip — but virtually none can claim to live in an old abandoned missile silo. You'll be able to do just that if you pay the price for this Missile Silo Cabin ($750,000-$1.75 million) available on its own or in a package with a ton of extra land, another log cabin, and an airplane hangar, this unique home is tucked away in the pine forest of Upstate New York's Adirondack State Park, and is perfect for those looking for extra security, zombie outbreak safe haven, or a proper base from which to start their quest for world domination. [Scouted by Nicholas]

  • The Dude's Bungalow

    Dude. Hey Marty. Dude, I, I finally, I got the uh, venue I wanted. Uh, I'm performing my dance quintet — you know, my cycle — at Crane Jackson's Fountain Street Theatre on Tuesday night, and well, I'd love it if you came and gave me notes. I'll be there man. Uh, Dude, uh, tomorrow's already the tenth. Far out.    Oh, oh, alright, okay. Just, uh, just slip the rent under my door.

    Own six historic one-bedroom Venice bungalows ($2,295,000), including one in which a famous rug really tied a room together, and create your own rent-free Lebowski village.

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