8 Most Sought After Airbnb Properties In The World

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8 Most Sought After Airbnb Properties In The World

According to Airbnb, these are 8 of the most sought after Airbnb listed properties. Which include everything from a tree house to an igloo to even, a van. Colder location, obviously, were less in favor for warmer places like Belize City and the Turks and Caicos.

Off-Grid itHouse, Pioneertown, California

Off-Grid itHouse

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This property in the middle of the California desert is a prototype—one of 10 itHouses in the state—that is powered by solar panels for energy and hot water and observes key green principals of smaller footprint, minimal disturbance to the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape, use of renewable resources, and living simply and minimally. There’s no TV, no WiFi and it’s recommended you arrive before sundown so you can actually find the place. What you do get is serenity, with views and vistas in all directions and close proximity to many attractions like Joshua Tree National Park and something called Pappy and Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace. Built by Hollywood to replicate a western frontier town, Pappy and Harriet’s is open to the public.

The Cubehouse, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Cubehouse

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If you’d like to stay inside an M.C. Escher painting, look no further than The Clubhouse. The three floors have all the modern amenities; a full kitchen with a dishwasher, a coffee machine that provides free coffee and tea, as well as WiFi and TV.

Mushroom Dome Cabin, Aptos, California

Mushroom Dome Cabin

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This beautiful cabin in California’s famed Redwood forest. This mushroom has a TV, a couch, a loft bedroom with a geodesic dome for the ceiling and a large deck on which is provided with a barbeque and organic snacks, coffee and tea. You can’t get any closer to nature than this, but you’re not exactly roughing it. The bathroom has a tiled shower and a flush toilet, so this is nature at its most civilised.

The Seashell House, Isla Mujeres, Mexico

The Seashell House copy

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On the cliffside of the tiny island of Isla Mujeres, this is the ultimate in beachside privacy. You needn’t collect shells from the beach because your house will be shaped like a collection of them. Each shell has its own unique features, including a king bed, a kitchenette, WiFi and a bathroom made from tiled shells itself. The space is immaculately beautiful and private, but it is a gated community so you’ll either be bothered by tourists trying to look over the gates, or you’ll feel like a celebrity.

Balian Treehouse, Indonesia

BALIAN TREEHOUSE

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The mushroom villa, as the local people named it, is only 3-minute walk away from the beach. From the veranda, you can watch the sunrise in the morning, and enjoy the view of the garden and the pool.
Secluded Intown Treehouse, Florence, Tuscany, Italy

TREEhouse:casaBARTHEL

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Casa Barthel is located on a family compound, complete with tennis court and kitchen garden. Its location to both Florence and Siena make it also great for day trips.
Unique Cob Cottage, Mayne Island, BC, CanadaUnique Cob Cottage

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The Cob Cottage is made out of natural materials and is a true rural retreat on Mayne Island. You get the farm-life feel but are still only a 20-minute walk from the beach.

Secluded Intown Treehouse, Atlanta, GA,US

Secluded Intown Treehouse

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This is the number one “most sought after” property, it is an unbelievable tree house in the woods of Georgia. There are actually three separate tree houses that connect the bedroom to the other spaces, which makes it even cooler.

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