Weird Homes

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  • 1998
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.2  (36)

Weird Homes is a television series about some of most unusual and bizarre homes and the fascinating and inspiring people who built and live in them.

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Creative Worlds
13. Creative Worlds
June 2, 2002
Home is what you make it, although it may not be to everyone's taste. Behind his 'Wall of Refuse" and just outside Harmony, Maine, Wally Warren creates miniature cityscape sculptures from techno-trash.
Beyond City Limits
12. Beyond City Limits
June 2, 2002
These folks find creativity away from the hustle and bustle of city life. On a 10,000 acre ranch in Arizona, the Webers spend their days hunting rattlesnakes for their art. Far out in Miami County, Kansas, the Wise's renovated 1910 farmhouse colourfully reflects the couples' often conflicting styles and tastes.
This Old Home
11. This Old Home
June 2, 2002
Sometimes the past is too perfect to leave behind. A couple in Butte, Montana, 'conduct' their life in a 19th century mansion built by The Copper King. The Meinzer's in Texas 'do time' in their renovated 1887 Knox County Jailhouse. And Jacqueline Lagakos has decorated her 130-year-old Victorian home with impressive mosaics and bottle-art.
Buried Treasure
10. Buried Treasure
June 2, 2002
In Loveland, Ohio, Ken Klosterman hides his 'Salon de Magic' in an old mine shaft. Come down 83 feet to see the largest collection of antique and historical magic memorabilia in North America. From above, Glenn Young's dome home looks like a simple hill, but below ground it is truly amazing.
Personal Expressions
9. Personal Expressions
June 2, 2002
Passion for life, art and pastimes infuses these homes. In Roundup, Montana, you'll find Tim Anderson's 'divinely inspired' fantasyland. Ron Senko's 'hobbies' threaten to consume his life - his model railroad and record collections encrust the interior while his impressive garden envelops the exterior.
Imaginations Run Wild
8. Imaginations Run Wild
June 2, 2002
There are no limits to creativity...Jerry Hall and Sherry Haney are rebels with a cause in Tucson, Arizona - some of their art defies city code. And affectionately known around Montana as 'the old wreckin' yard', Charles Ringer has turned his home and yard into an incredible gallery of his own kinetic sculptures and steel vegetation.
You Live.Where?
7. You Live.Where?
June 2, 2002
In the desert outside Tuscon, Arizona, we find Mary Lou Gully living in a rock castle, hand-built for her by her eccentric father. The Links are the only inhabitants living in a ghost town in New Mexico and in San Francisco, the Katzmans have converted a fire station into their cozy home, complete with a working fire truck.
Creative Collectors
6. Creative Collectors
June 2, 2002
Ira Poole of Texas has let his imagination go wild and has created a Statue of Liberty in his own front yard and is now just completing an Egyptian Sphinx. Outside the Egan's home heavy metal wildlife sculptures graze in the yard; inside, the home is decorated in Mexican "Day of the Dead" theme.
In Disguise
5. In Disguise
June 2, 2002
His face fully tattooed, The Scary Guy of Tucson, Arizona actually brings a message of peace and tolerance. Alain Dubreil, a Vancouver salvage artist has created such a unique home, it is in constant demand as a film set. And the Turners of Boulder Creek, California live in a home shaped like a cluster of bubbles.
High and Dry
4. High and Dry
June 2, 2002
Laura Levesque is living alone among rattle snakes in a deserted mining camp in the desert of New Mexico. In the Florida Everglades, Kate and Mark Tague are loving life up in their tree house. And then a visit with Sidecar Willy who hopes his geodesic flying saucer home will take off one day.
Treasure Troves
3. Treasure Troves
June 2, 2002
Unique collections unite these three homes. Dr. Lucky's fascination with yo-yo's has taken over his life...and home. Audrey Lentz has 'encrusted' her home with everything from fake food to Lego sculptures. And, tattoo artist, Thomas Lockhart, collects Samurai Swords and shrunken heads from Borneo.
Outside the Box
2. Outside the Box
June 2, 2002
Three strange and wonderful homes defy construction conventions. In Quebec an illusive chef and his girlfriend have retired to the country to build cottages assembled from found objects. High above California's legendary Sunset Beach, a water tower keeps Jerry Wallace dry. And you can't corner Barry Glidden in his Florida house - there are no corners in a geodesic dome.
Dream Houses
1. Dream Houses
June 2, 2002
Dreamy, thoughtful, whimsical abodes - including the art and clowning around of Clement Cote in rural Quebec, a couple's dream home of a railroad car turned into a houseboat in Sausalito, California, and the 'Cosmic Muffin' an airplane once owned by Howard Hughes that has been converted to a floating home.
Description

Weird Homes is a television series about some of most unusual and bizarre homes and the fascinating and inspiring people who built and live in them. Weird Homes is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (65 episodes). The series first aired on September 8, 1998.

Where to Watch Weird Homes

Weird Homes is available for streaming on the Syndicado website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Weird Homes on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play and Hoopla.

  • Premiere Date
    September 8, 1998
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (36)