Let’s see the best dream houses in the world 2021 that will make you surprise to see human passions and luxury.
It really does not matter whether you have money or not, you could have a dream home in your mind. Today you are going to be envious for sure after knowing about the top 10 dream home in the world.
I am sure, you must like one of the dream homes 2021 list and think to build one for yourself. Do you know how different a dream can be? To know the answer you have to dive deep into the dreamy world with us. You may also like Expensive Home in the World.
Here is the best dream house in the world till 2021 including owner, place, price, attractions, etc.
01. The Textile Museum
Price: $35 million
Price Include: $23 million for building and $12 more for the modification
Location: Washington DC
Owner: Jeff Bezos
Architect: John Russell pope
Attraction: The garden-room
The Textile Museum is the best dream house in the world 2021. Jeff has used a museum to make a home for him and his family. Well this is Incredible. The textile museum is the largest house in Washington DC and one of the five homes of Jeff Bezos, the owner of the Amazon.
Interestingly, this was once a textile museum before it became Jeff’s house in 2013. After a modification and an expansion of $12 million, now Jeff is using this as his home. This is a massive house, which has taken 27k square foot to stand.
Jeff’s gorgeous house is actually an amalgam of two different mansions connected by a walkway. This massive house has 11 bedrooms, 25 bathrooms, 5 living rooms, 2 elevators, a huge ballroom, 191 doors, 5 lounges, 5 staircases, 3 kitchens, 2 libraries, 2 workout rooms, and a garden –room.
02. The Transparent House
Price: $4 million
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Owner: Sou Fujimoto
Attraction: glassy wall, the view from the house, huge amount of daylight
Architect: Sou Fujimoto Architects
This house has broken the traditional idea of a house and one of the best dream houses in the world. Everyone can see what is happening in your house. Can you even imagine that? However, this is what actually happened in Japan and is related to the idea of dwelling inside a tree. The house is also known as “House NA” and has plenty of natural light but little privacy. This house has only one room that is not transparent and it is the bathroom.
All day a huge amount of sunlight enters this house. This incredible house took 914 square-foot areas to stand. In the lower part of this house, there is a car parking lot. And in the upper part, there is a living area, a book reading area, a kitchen, etc. This house does not have any windows but doors only.
03. Floating Home
Price: $3.5 million
Location: Seattle, Washington
Owner: Tom Hanks
Designed by: Vandeventer, Carlander Architects
Attraction: Little boat journey for entering into the home
This home is a real dreamy one. Just think of it, you are living in a house where you need to drive a boat to enter because the house is surrounded with water still the house is stable. What can be more interesting than this? This new floating mansion is located on Lake Union in the midst of Seattle, and it follows in the footsteps of Seattle’s long and famous history of floating residences. With breathtaking views of downtown Seattle to the south, Queen Anne Hill to the west, and Gas Works Park to the north, this property makes the most of its location.
In this luxurious house, there are 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a rooftop terrace, an open-plan kitchen, dining, a boat lift and many more. The layout encourages versatility in use while providing optimum exposure to views and light in the living rooms.
04. The Floating Seahorse
Price: $3.3 million
Owner: Richard Branson
Architect: Kleindienst Architects
Attraction: under water rooms, glassy room in the upper floor of the house
The Floating Seahorse is one of the best luxurious dream houses in the world. Say hello to the 3 level under water house. Yes, this is no more a dream only. In the lower part of this house, which is under the water there is a master bedroom, a guest bedroom and 2 bathrooms.
Here you can enjoy the underwater view through the massive windows. May be you are thinking that under the Water everything will be looking so blur. However, you are wrong. The glasses are so extraordinarily made that you can see everything very clearly along with the colorful fishes.
Now come to the second floor of the house. In The second floor of the building, there is a kitchen, a living room, a lounge, a bathroom. The upper part of this house is as wonderful as the lower part is. The upper level has a Jacuzzi, shower facility, and an outdoor lounge area, which can be converted in an outdoor bedroom, where you can sleep under the star at night. Isn’t it sounding like fairy tale? In addition, the full area is covered with the glassy wall. Dreamy right?
05. Villa Anavaya
Price: $2 million
Locations: Koh Samui, Thailand
Owner: Not Founded
Architect: Not Founded
Attractions: master bedroom, 50 square meters guest bedrooms, fitness room, media room, living room, dining area, swimming pool, bar, gym, TV room etc.
Villa ANAVAYA is a cloud-like villa image in white virtually floats, staring out across the beautiful seas of the Gulf of Thailand, almost touching the cobalt blue sky. Its’ saltwater infinity pool is a deep blue jewel that sparkles in the sunlight, and its green lawns seem to reach out to Thailand’s most picturesque island’s natural surrounds. The villa offers free WiFi, a restaurant, conditioning systems, and a garden with an outdoor swimming pool. Other amenities include a Blu-ray player, a kitchen with a dishwasher, a living room with seating, and a dining area with 6 bedrooms Master Bedroom is 90 square meters in size, and bathrooms with a shower and hot tub.
The natural beauty of Koh Samui and the elegant nature of Villa AN AVAYA are a combination made in heaven, resulting in an amazing vacation; a luxury hideaway that calms your soul and carries you to another time and place.
06. Villa Tropicbird
Price: $1.23 million
Locations: Mahe Island, Seychelles
Owner: Not Founded
Architect: Ilya Zeiman
Attractions: guest bedrooms, fitness room, media room, living room, dining area, swimming pool, bar, TV room etc.
Villa Tropicbird – the white bird of the tropical regions – is situated in the natural woodlands of Mahe islands’ south shore, at the height of 115 meters above sea level. A spellbinding panorama combines an endless ocean of blue with a jumble of granite rocks that have attracted a swarm of tropical plants in green fury. It allows for the usage of the landscape as part of the interior design by combining modern and Creole architectural traditions. In the Villa, one may find a wide range of amenities, and he will undoubtedly have the best vacations of his life.
07. Toilet Shaped House
Price: $1.1 million
Location: Suweon, South korea
Owner: previously Sim Jae Duck, presen government.
Designer: Sim Jae Duck
Suwon, about 25 miles south of Seoul, is home to the Toilet-Shaped House. This house is standing in the South Korea with a very unusual face. In the year 2007, this house was built by the chairperson of the world toilet association Sim Jae Duck. Although the house is known as the toilet house but it is not the official name. Mr. Sim has invented the term Haewoojae, which means a haven of refuge where one can solve one’s troubles, in Korean. Two guest rooms, two bedrooms, and three “deluxe” bathrooms make up the residence.
White concrete, Steel, and glass comprise up the entire structure. This 2 level house has 3 toilets. This is the only toilet shaped house now in the world. The house has a symbolic opening in the roof. After the death of Sim Jae Duck, government has made it a toilet theme park. Which is actually a museum now.
08. Fallingwater House
Price: $345k USD
Location: Pennsylvania, USA
Owner: Edgar J Kaufmann
Architect: Frank Lloyd wright
Attraction: view from the house
This house is built on a natural fountain. Kaufmann once built this for spending their holidays but later on this become a museum. Wright connected a number of reinforced concrete “trays” to the natural rock in Fallingwater. Local sandstone terraces merge in perfectly with the rock formations, appearing to hover above the stream below. The first floor entrance, living room, and dining room on the first level are all combined into one seamless area. In the living area, there’s also a hatch door that leads to a hanging stairway that falls to the stream below. Approximately 1, 20,000 persons come to visit the place every year. It is known as the most beautiful works of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. In 2008, American Smithsonian magazine had published the name of 28 places that everyone should visit before death, falling water house was one of them.
09. The Spaceship House
Price: $250K USD
Location: Signal Mountain, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
Owner: Curtis king
Designer: UFO house design
In 2008, the wall street journal had published an interesting history about the house. This house has many strange features with much futuristic furniture in it. You will find 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms in it. There was a bar and full entertainment space in the house. Every room and the majority of the furnishings in the house are rounded, giving the house an odd round look. This house took a 2000 square feet area to stand. Interestingly the stairs of the house are contractible which are broken and remained in the down position.
Another interesting feature is the door of this house, which looks like the dropdown door of an airplane. The owner gives it for rent every year. However, Curtis King built this strange and wonderful home for his son once. It’s currently available for rent as a futuristic spaceship mansion in the woods.
10. The Upside Down House
Price: $220K USD
Location: Trassenheide, Germany
Architect: Polish architect Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastian Mikiciuk
Purpose: tourist attraction
This house is so different in its outer part that it will make you think that the house has been broken and it’s now falling aside where its roof is in the downward. It was made in 2008, in the north Germany. The unusual house was designed by two topsy-turvy Polish architects as part of a project called Die Welt Steht Kopf means “The World Upside Down”, which aimed to give visitors an alternative perspective on common objects. The only object in the Trassenheide house that hasn’t been turned upside down is the outside steps to the attic. Don’t worry this is not a private house for any family this is a tourist’s spot.
The house is so amazing that everyday many people come to visit the house. The house took a huge time to be structured. The inner part of the house is also decorated with the furniture, yes in the normal way.
11. Invisible Tree House
Price: $200K USD
Owner: Britta and Kent Lindvall
Architect: Tham & Videgard Hansson Arkitekter
Attractions: invisible, glass build
The tree house, which is 33 feet above the ground, is approached from below, with a life-size image of the treetops covering the entire underbelly. In the Invisible Tree House, the Mirrorcube’s interior is only 16 square meters (172 sq. ft.). Though, on the inside, there’s a queen-sized bed, a study room, a restroom, and even a rooftop terrace, all made with comfortable wood surfaces. The interior is well insulated, with electrically heated floorboards to keep residents warm throughout the cold Swedish winters.
The upper outdoor deck, which offers views of the forest from a vantage point not visible from the ground, may be the coolest feature. The Mirrorcube has a reflecting “spyglass” exterior that is supposed to help it blend in with its surroundings. An infrared film is embedded in the glass, making it visible to birds and other wildlife—important so they don’t crash into your expensive treehouse.
12. Cabin at Longbranch, America
Price: $200K USD
Locations: Longbranch, Washington
Owner: Jim Olson
Architect: Jim Olson
Attractions: 2,400 square feet, master bedroom, two guest rooms etc.
Jim Olson’s regard for nature and admiration for the beauty of the environment is reflected in the architecture of his cabin, which is hidden among the towering fir trees of an ancient forest on Puget Sound. The retreat was originally made out of three small pavilions connected by wooden platforms in the 1980s. The pavilions were joined by a common roof in 2003, resulting in a single form that was anchored to the hillside and projected out over the landscape.
The color and texture of the cabin are deliberately dim, allowing the rich natural surroundings to take center stage. On the inside and outside, wood-framed walls are coated in plywood or recycled boards, and exposed roof systems are supported by doubled pairs of steel columns and three mature fir trees were included into the design and permitted to grow through deck openings, one of which exited via a roof opening.
13. Skinny House
Price: $61k USD
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Owner: Etgar Keret
Purpose: to be used by different artists
Architect: Jakub szczesny
This strange house is 152 cm wide in its largest part and only 92 cm in its narrowest area. In this 2 level house, there is a kitchen, a bathroom, 2 windows that never open, a dining room and a bedroom with a small bed. The house’s main structure is elevated on stilts, with a stairway leading inside from below.
The house is made with the white polycarbonate and that is the reason why the house looks bigger than it actually is. People move through stairs from one place to another in this home. The electricity comes from the neighboring houses. If you want to spend a night here, you have to apply for that to Keret, the owner. The Keret House, crammed between two buildings in the heart of Warsaw, will serve as a temporary residence for visiting writers.
14. Boeing 727 House
Price: Total $30,000 to turn into home. $24,000 for renovating the inside
Designer: Bruce Campbell
Zuyan bought a Boeing 727 plane for $2000 and made his home in that. Zuyan spent $4000 to take the plane to the bank of a river. In addition, $24,000 more to renovate this. There is a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom in this plane house. In the cockpit of the plane, zuyan made a jaccuji. Let’s see: Expensive Luxury TV Brands in the World 2021
Living in a Boeing 727 House has been very natural to them who have lived in the house as all of the basic needs of a person can be fulfilled. The plane’s structure includes a water tank, an electronics bay, and climate control ducts, and because it’s essentially a pressure canister, it keeps clean, comfortable, and insect-free throughout the year.There is also a single sewage connection for each of the home’s fully functional toilets.You would not expect to see a Boeing 727 hidden in a wooded clearing in Oregon.
15. Jungle Frame House
Price: $50k USD
Locations: Costa Rica
Owner: Not Founded
Architect: Studio Saxe, (Benjamin Garcia Saxe)
Attractions: 340 Square Metre , steel, wood and glass frame, Ecoroof, FV, Grenada Tiles ect.
The 340-square-meter Jungle Frame House by Studio Saxe is located in Nosara, Costa Rica, a renowned tourist destination. Built atop a natural incline, the house features a triple-height room encased in glass that provides a panoramic view of the sky and vegetation from the main floor. The living room, a dining room and open kitchen are all located around a central tropical atrium. The living room area is extended to the outdoors by sliding glass walls that open to rejoin a huge L-shaped outdoor terrace and swimming pool.
The second level is accessed through a narrow stairway with a wooden walkway splitting off to the several bedrooms, each with a different perspective of the surrounding forest. A mezzanine on the top floor provides a striking summation of the home’s particular vision: a bird’s eye view from three levels up surrounded on all sides by a vast expanse of rainforest.
16. Dragspel House, Sweden
Price: $40K USD
Owner: Not Founded
Attractions: Dragspel House completed by 24 Houres in 2004
Dragspel House’s most remarkable feature is its matchbox construction, in which a smaller piece of the structure stretches and retracts into a bigger volume depending on how much space the users require. Inside, there’s a large open living area with a kitchen in the center and the bedroom is in the original nineteenth century build. Depending on the weather, season, or amount of residents, the structure can adapt to its surroundings. During the summer, the extension unfurls like a butterfly; in the winter, it becomes a cocoon, compact and protected from the elements by a double skin.
There are thousands of house around us all over the world. However, some houses can literally stuck your mind completely. Please comment below and let us know which one you like most?
# Top 10 Best Dream Houses in the World 2021
- The Textile Museum – Price: $35 Million
- The Transparent House – Price: $4 Million
- Floating Home – Price: $3.5 Million
- The Floating Seahorse – Price: $3.3 Million
- Villa Anavaya – Price: $2 Million
- Villa Tropicbird – Price: $1.23 Million
- Toilet Shaped House – Price: $1.1 Million
- Fallingwater House – Price: 345K
- The Spaceship House – Price: $250K
- The Upside Down House – Price: $220K