There's no denying that the UK has its fair share of odd houses. From converted garages to Grand Designs nightmares, there are far too many to count.
After the striped Kensington mansion - painted red and white by its owner to annoy neighbours following a spat over basement plans - attracted so much attention, we thought we'd take a look at some of the UK's weird and wonderful homes.
And we've wittled them down to the best of the best, or is that oddest of the odd?
The Pineapple House, Dunmore
Just like Spongebob Squarepants, you too could live in a pineapple, albeit on land and not under the sea.
A result of the aristocracy showing off exotic fruit in the 18th century, the Pineapple House shows just how well-off the owner is.
The property is available to rent from the Landmark Trust, so this could be your next holiday destination - especially if you like pineapples!
The Thin House, Kensington
A house that Mr Creosote would struggle to live in, this thin house is actually more akin to The TARDIS.
Situated at Thurloe Square, - another entry for Kensington - the house is deceptively large, with viewing angles making the property appear to be almost uninhabitable.
Thanks to an adjacent railway line, the house is actually triangular in shape.
House in the Clouds, Suffolk
Not one for those afraid of heights, the house in the clouds, in Suffolk, is a converted water tank.
It was turned into a home after mains water supply was introduced to the area in the 1970s.
Just like the pineapple house, you too can rent this property for your holidays - just remember to pack a grappling hook and parachute for easy entry and exit!
The Headington Shark House, Oxford
Looking to be pulled straight from a scene of a low budget B-movie (we can confirm there hasn't been a reported Sharknado in the Oxford area), this house may win top prize for the oddest house in the UK.
I just hope the roof has been patched up, you wouldn't want a leak.
The 'Beach Hut' House, Kensington
Enough to get the sun cream on and 99's eaten, the peculiar paint choice of this house is thanks to an angry owner.
After neighbours objected to her swimming pool planning permission, owner Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring spruced the house up a bit, abiding by property laws.
It's not surprising that very few of the neighbours actually like looking at it.
Would you like to live in any of these houses, do you think you live in a wacky house yourself? Let us know in the comments below.