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Tue, 22 May 2012 11:33:58 GMT | By Marcelle Sussman Fischler, Forbes.com
Homes in unusual places

From houses built into caves to homes built on top of WW II bunkers, these structures are built into unlikely places.



From houses built into caves to homes built on top of WW II bunkers, these structures are built into unlikely places. (© Rick Joy; caveland.us; zillow.com)
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  • From houses built into caves to homes built on top of WW II bunkers, these structures are built into unlikely places. (© Rick Joy; caveland.us; zillow.com)
  • Caveland, Festus, Missouri (© caveland.us)
  • Desert Nomad House, Tucson, Arizona (© Rick Joy)
  • Waterwood Estates, Vermilion, Ohio (© Sotheby's International Realty)
  • WW II Ruin, Hamm Westfalen, Germany (© Amort Architektur)
  • Stiltsville Houses, Key Biscayne, Florida (© Miamicharters.com)
  • Villa Rockledge, Laguna Beach, California (© zillow.com)
  • Earthship, Taos, New Mexico (© zillow.com)
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"Location, location, location" has long been a rule of thumb in real estate. Most often it's a place with access to the water or a spread that sits in proximity to the latest business development. The following eight places, however, go against accepted real estate wisdom. Click through to see some amazing homes built in unusual places.

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