Oddly Designed Homes You Can Rent
When it comes to vacation rentals, the options are endless. There are hundreds of hotel and rental home websites to choose from, but if you’re looking for once-in-a-lifetime accommodations, that typically requires a lot of time and research. And who has time to scroll through and read thousands of listings and reviews?
If that’s you, look no further: we’ve done the work for you. The slideshow below is a compilation of some of the most amazing oddly-designed homes you can actually rent.
Of all the oddly designed homes featured in the slideshow, a few stand out. Villa Collina is one of Italy’s many cobblestone villas that dates back to the 14th century. The room featured in the slideshow contains a brick oven for making pizzas. Redstone, a $7.5M historic townhome in downtown Aspen, features almost 4,000 square feet of antique features and design elements such as wrought-iron railings and grand staircases throughout the home.
Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and original Italian artwork grace the walls at Foresteria Firenze, an Italian penthouse with Renaissance flair. The views of downtown Florence and the city’s most famous landmarks can be seen from most rooms in the home. Pictured below, you can see the over-the-water swimming platform connected to the Gansevoort Villa in Turks and Caicos giving guests direct ocean access.
Cobalt Cottage is a restored home in Rosemary Beach, Florida with a unique three-story tower made for visitors to view the ocean. If guests are looking for a memorable Florida beach experience, Cobalt Cottage is a great option. And at over 6,000 square feet, Vista Lago is the largest home featured in the slideshow. This impressive lakefront estate is just minutes from George Clooney’s property on Lake Como, and the classic design is enhanced with contemporary updates.
If travelers are looking to plan a once-in-a-lifetime vacation, renting a uniquely designed home is the first step. Most of the homes in the slideshow and featured images above are available through Inspirato.