A cool house that almost looks like floating, multicolored shipping containers has listed for $1.15 million in Bandon, Oregon.
The two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home that sits on 10 acres of mountaintop offers up to-die-for views and a splash of uniqueness.
“We don’t have a lot of this kind of architecture in Oregon,” listing agent Hunter Finch told Realtor.com. “In the Pacific Northwest, it’s typically a lot of heavy wood.”
While the home, built in 2021, is original on its exterior, it features high-end amenities in its sleek interior, according to the listing on Realtor, including:
“Everything in the home has a function and a place, and everything in the home is very comfortable,” Finch said to Realtor. “It’s both a functional home and a beautiful home in a beautiful setting. It’s hard to describe. It’s just that everywhere you look, there’s something interesting.”
But the feature that stands out the most in and around the house? “The sense of peacefulness,” the listing says.
Houses that lean more on the creative side have been popping up all over the Beaver State’s real estate market, like this breathtaking estate that gives a very “Hobbit meets Harry Potter” vibe, McClatchy News reported, or this wild house that has its own “beer shrine.”
Bandon is about 139 miles southwest of Eugene.