TV Show

Fine Living



World's Most Extreme Homes


Episode: Bali Stilt House, Norwegian Mobile Mansion, Mexican Shell House - 11:00 3 November

Cynthia and John Hardy built a modern take on the traditional Bali longhouse and perched it atop telephone poles. Gerold Peham's lightweight and stylish home can be dismantled and packed on a truck when he wants a change of scenery.

Episode: Belgium Barge, Australia Glass House, India Royal Heirloom - 11:30 3 November

Television producer Pierre Lebecque and his wife bought an old cargo barge in 1991 and have turned it into a dynamic, colourful family home. Prudence Bowen lives in a 3,000-square-foot home made almost entirely of glass.

Episode: Recycled Costa Rica Beach House, Bahamas Retreat, Contemporary Dutch Windmill - 11:00 4 November

Janice Hocking found the perfect place for her open air home on the tiny Bahamian island of Scotland Cay. Tom Kreuning turns an old windmill in the Netherlands into a three-storey home with a floor for each member of the family.

About the show

It may look weird to an onlooker but it's home, sweet, home to the owners of the most bizarre and unusual dwellings around the world, as host Ruth England finds out when she pays a visit and gets a guided tour by the families who call these unconventional houses home.

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