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9 Of The Strangest Homes In America: Zillow (PHOTOS)

First Posted: 09/07/10 09:27 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 06:35 PM ET

The housing market is still slumping underneath the weight of foreclosures, a stagnant job market and skittish consumers. If you're looking for a decidedly alternative approach to home-buying, we may have some options for you.

Courtesy of Zillow, the online real estate provider, we've gathered nine of the strangest homes in America. Included in this odd bunch is a decommissioned missile site, a former firehouse and, if you tire of bucolic views, a circular Connecticut home that can rotate at varying speeds.

Check out Zillow's list of some of the strangest homes in America -- and visit Zillow for more information:

A Round Connecticut Home: $1.053 Million*
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Designed by Ricard T. Foster, the "Round Home," located in Wilton, Connecticut, was renovated in 2005 and has been on and off the market in the last few years. This 3,000 square-foot home, can be rotated on its base at varying speeds.

*Zillow's price estimate.
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