Scrap four walls and a roof, these wacky properties defy convention.
New TV show Most Incredible Homes showcases the world's most wacky and wonderful houses.
Steve, a 3D designer from Mexico, opens the show with his epic cave-like 'Bat Casa'.
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Most Incredible Homes – which premieres on November 3 via the TV platform Facebook Watch – showcases the most extraordinary properties from all around the world. Above, at exterior view of the car-shaped house parked in Salzburg, Austria
Each week, viewers wants to see three mind-blowing homes in 12 minute-long episodes and they're ready to vote for their favorite via Facebook's new video polling feature. Above, at exterior view of the desert dome house in Arizona
Steve, a 3D designer from Mexico, opens the show with his epic cave-like Bat Casa. Working in film and television for the last 25 years, Steve's 3D-printed dream was inspired by the work of Tim Burton and Ridley Scott
Covering 2,000 square feet of beautiful Mexican land, it took about two years to design the Bat Casa and build two magical floors – featuring the likes of a bat cave and jacuzzi. Above, views from the roof
Working in film and television for the last 25 years, Steve's 3D-printed dream was inspired by the work of Tim Burton and Ridley Scott.
Covering 2,000 square feet of beautiful Mexican land, it took about two years to design and build two magical floors – featuring the likes of a bat cave and jacuzzi.
Steve said: 'I love waking up to this fantasy world. The Bat-Casa is all about experimenting.
'It's very surreal and kind of like' where I go? ' I love it. '
In the heart of Ardee, Ireland, Nikki owns a quaint castle that sits in the middle of a busy high street.
A drawbridge provides access to the quirky Ark home built by Robert, with the structure precariously perched on a hillside in Poland
The interiors of an Art Deco-styled home in Kent, England )
This modern twist on the traditional oast house in the UK (the structures were originally designed for kilning hops as part of the brewing process)
An interior shot showing the panels within the oast house-inspired home, twirling upwards towards the roof
Hatch's Castle has been built in 1167 by Normans when they invaded Ireland back.
Nikki, the current Queen of the castle, lives with her daughter, Eliza – and they love to host together with their friends and family.
'One would not expect a castle to be in the middle of a main street,' Nikki said. 'It just has a lovely, friendly, homely atmosphere – and that's the beauty of it.'
Dan's cowboy-shaped boat and has properties in Texas are certainly incredible.
Primarily constructed with free, unwanted materials, Dan made use of covers from vinyl records, pieces of broken mirrors and even toothpaste tubes to bring his homes to life.
Dan said, 'It's absolutely pure Texas .'Both houses draw a lot of attention from the street. If you see a boat, and then you look like 'my lord, there's a too – how crazy is that?'
This 1930s grade II listed property called The Lime Works stars in the show. The property, located in Kent, is a residential home with six bedrooms
Florida's eye-popping Whimzey house is packed with art and homemade items
Another view of the colorful Whimzey house with blue glass bottles
This futuristic home in Portugal is decked out with solar panels and rotates, following the sun throughout the day
Dan's cowboy-shaped has property was crafted with free, unwanted materials. It's owner, Dan, said he made use of covers from vinyl records, pieces of broken mirrors and even toothpaste tubes to bring his home to life
Alaskan wilderness, a stack of wooden houses stacked on top of each other – built by lawyer, Philip.
With no blueprints and no architectural drawings, remarkably, Philip constructed the 185ft entirely from his own imagination.
Philip said: 'I think it's the tallest free-living living structure in the world. 'If I were to estimate how many floors and levels it has, I'd say probably 20 to 25.
'I did not go above 185 feet in height, because that's federal air space.'
Reminiscent of something from a galaxy far, far away, Lisa has built herself a shimmering desert dome home in Arizona.
Over the course of three years, Lisa made use of four elements to perfect her quirky living quarters: earth, fire, water and air.
In the heart of Ardee, Ireland, Nikki owns a quaint castle that sits in the middle of a busy high street. Hatch's Castle has been built in 1167 by Normans when they invaded Ireland back
A view inside Hatch's Castle, with an arched ceiling and a rustic stone-paved floor
Dan, who built this zany boat-shaped house in Texas, says it draws a lot of attention from passers by
An exterior view of the Yankee four storey floating mansion in New York. The ship served as an upscale New England ferry, a harbor patrol boat in Boston, a troop transport ship, and a ferry to Ellis and Liberty Islands, before being converted into a home
'Some people are commenting that reminds them of Tatooine from Star Wars,' Lisa said. 'And I'm sure Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker would be impressed!'
Other incredible properties in the series include a slick solar powered pad in Portugal, a floating mansion in New York and the most fascinating industrial chic house in the United Kingdom.
Sam Barcroft, the CEO of Barcroft Media says the company has already launched 15 shows on Facebook Watch over the past year and he has seen 'communities congregate around compelling shows'.
He concluded: 'Naturally we're excited to take things to the next level with this interactive original series.'
Most Incredible Homes premieres on November 3 with new episodes released every Saturday at 5pm GMT on Facebook Watch. Each week, viewers wants to see three mind-blowing homes in 12 minute-long episodes and they're ready to vote for their favorite via Facebook's new video polling feature