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10 quirky homes for anti-establishment types

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Editor's note: This article is reposted with permission of Zillow. View the original item: "Off-Beat Homes Perfect for the Off-Beat Personality" By Erika Riggs When hippies retire among the waves of baby boomers, where do they hang up their tie-dye? Because not everyone wants a condo on a golf course in Hilton Head, or fits the Florida lifestyle where mall walking is a daily form of exercise. Not that there is anything wrong with either of those, but perhaps the answer for anti-establishment types is an offbeat home. A dwelling that fits so seamlessly into the landscape -- unlike its occupants, maybe -- it's tough to tell it's there. Whether the brainchild of an artist, architect or just someone with a penchant for unusual design, we rounded up some of the most unusual examples of offbeat real estate, with homes that vary from a grass-covered dune to a rotating dome. Art Meets Architecture 3331 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio For sale: $349,...