True to its name, the Roundhouse in Deanshanger, England, has an unusual circular layout. More specifically, the timber-clad home arches into a semi-circle with a brick courtyard tucked into the middle.
The property, described as a “giant wooden spaceship” when it was featured on the iconic British show Grand Designs in 2014, is now on the market for £900,000 (that’s just over $1 million). Polished concrete floors and wood-beamed ceiling are lit up by massive floor-to-ceiling windows, while four sets of bifold doors open onto the courtyard.
The house features a spacious open-plan living room and kitchen area that spans 58 feet. One zone flows into the other as the home bends into a wide curve. The communal living spaces occupy the center of the curve while four of the bedrooms are situated closer to the ends of the house.