Last we met, for World's Wildest Houses IV
, we toured some of the coolest and quirkiest living spaces. We saw Mercury House One
, an advanced-concept, high-tech, mobile lounge. We checked out the Cosmic Muffin
, a floating home made from a 1939 plane that once belonged to Howard Hughes. And we almost passed right by the Boulder House
, with its unassuming rock facade, camouflaged in the landscape of Joshua Tree, California.
Here, we continue the journey with a new crop of quirky domiciles, including the 727 Fuselage Home in Costa Rica, a floating apartment complex in Belgium, and more. As you've requested, we'll give you a look inside the strange abodes, too.
Got a wild house of your own? Or know about one that we should include in the next installment of World's Wildest Houses
? Tell us in the comments section below!