These 11 Unique Houses In Maine Will Make You Look Twice…And Want To Go In
As local travel experts, we know what travelers are looking for when it comes to finding the perfect accommodations for their next trip. To compile our lists, we scour the internet to find properties with excellent ratings and reviews, desirable amenities, nearby attractions, and that something special that makes a destination worthy of traveling for.
We have unique Maine homes in our state, don’t we? Whether it’s a house so small you’re not sure where to hang your hat, or one so big you can’t FIND your hat, there are a wide variety of places to lay your head. From tiny to huge, we’ve tried to find the most unique houses that dot the Maine landscape. Some will have you dumping out your piggy banks, and others will make you secretly thankful to have the home you have!
11. The Adriance House
This home was built from 12 shipping containers, divided into two groups of six that are separated by a glass area. Check out this video for a full tour of the home and the reasons why it exists.
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July 13, 2022
What are some other interesting homes, buildings, and architecture that can be found in Maine?
We have a pretty big state here in Maine so it might take you a while to scour the whole land for the best and most unique buildings but here are a few to get you started. If you are looking for impressive architecture then check out this article filled with some of the most awe-inspiring structures we have in our state. We have a lot of history in Maine so we have a list of historic buildings to visit as well. Another odd and interesting building you must check out is this very strange business in our state that loves their blueberries, like really loves them. For a more hilarious look at our housing situation in Maine check out these houses that are just so Maine. Sometimes it is nice to get outside of the norm and do something very different, just like these amazing dome houses in Maine. If you are looking for a more fairytale experience then maybe this tree house or hobbit house is more for you. If you are interested in abandoned places they can really take on their own creepy kind of beauty. Check out these abandoned places that nature is reclaiming.
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Michelle has lived in many places, but counts Maine as one of the best. In addition to the smell of ocean water in the air on rainy days in Portland, she loves puppies, photography, funny people, the Maine Red Claws, traveling, fresh tomatoes, Cambodia and filling out forms. For questions, comments and inquiries please email: email@example.com.