Real Estate Rewind: The Weirdest, Wildest & Most Memorable Houses for Sale This Year

Real Estate Rewind: The Weirdest, Wildest & Most Memorable Houses for Sale This Year

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Tara Bellucci
Dec 23, 2016
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If you've ever browsed homes for sale, you know that after awhile, they definitely all start to blend together. However, these nine properties are ones that—for better or worse—we'll never forget. From untouched time capsules to the sets of our favorite childhood sitcoms, these are the listings that made us smile, laugh, and even cringe this year.

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This Virginia estate has been in the same family since it was built in 1856. While the exterior has been restored, the interiors are mostly in 19th century condition.

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The Hollis House, designed by modernists Buff & Hensman in 1978, hit the market for the first time ever in 2016.

(Image credit: Ken Conant/ Re/Max Estate Properties)

Ike & Tina Turner's former home is so close to how they left it in 1977, that it was used for the '90s film, What's Love Got To Do With It.

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Holy '70s, Batman! This kitchen is peak disco era, as is the bathroom at the top of this post and the rest of the Massachusetts home that they are from, too.

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This actual castle in Ohio got a price reduction this year to a quite affordable $349,500.

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If you have Hamilton fever, perhaps you swooned over the Aaron Burr house in Greenwich Village—though, despite the name, the infamous VP never actually lived there.

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Just 60 of these UFO-shaped Futuro houses still exist, and this one's for sale in France.

The Matthews' house from '90s Disney show Boy Meets World hit the market this year.

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And who could forget the terrifying nightmare that went viral in October. While the house looks rather normal on the outside, the inside is part Grey Gardens, part exploded craft store, with a dash of creepy doll.

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