With Easter just round the corner, Quick Move Now decided to take a look at some of the most egg-cellent quirky homes around.
These egg-shaped beauties made us all think of yummy chocolate treats and got us wondering how the owners will be enjoying their Easter weekend this year.
Hemloft – Easter homes
First up we have the Hem Loft – a secret tree house built in Whistler, in the United States, by Joel Allen.
He funded and built his quirky little abode around a hemlock tree in the British Columbia mountains, after finding himself living in his car.
With built-in storage spaces, it has a cosy inside and fabulous forest views on the outside.
The Blob – Easter homes
The Blob VB3, built by Belgian architects, dmvA, is the most egg-travagant and quirkiest home to grace our list.
The giant hard-boiled egg-like pod has a bathroom, kitchen, bed and a whole host of little niches for storing the essentials.
It is marketed as an easily transportable office, guestroom or garden house.
Ornate Garden – Easter homes
Whilst not technically a home, we couldn’t resist adding this fabulous rotating dining room to our list. It looks just like a giant Easter egg!
Prices range from £7,000 to £17,000 and they available from Ornate Garden.
Wallington – Easter homes
This quirky three bed home is for sale in Wallington, Surrey. It is a zero energy property, with the most amazing roof, that reminded us all of a giant Easter egg.
Stroud carbon neutral house – Easter homes
This house in Stroud made it on to our list because it reminded us of a giant bird house.
It is a 4-bedroom detached house, for sale by Parkers Estate Agents, and built with a very low carbon footprint.
For just £450,000 you could be enjoying a smashing Easter weekend in this great home.
Everyone loves to be different these days and these quirky homes have certainly taken unique to a new level.