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Season 7

72 :07x01 - Mailbox, Tomb Site, Spaceship

Oct/11/2012
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73 :07x02 - Hideaway, Body House, Pyramid

Oct/18/2012
Dwellings include a glass box in Switzerland, an outlaw cave in the Arkansas wild and a pyramid in rural Ohio.

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74 :07x03 - Upside Down, Wave, Spaceship

Oct/25/2012
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house hidden behind a wooden grille in Italy, a wave-form residence in California and an Austrian residence that's rusting beautifully. Lithuania has a round house built from sticks while there's an all-American house in Japan, a topsy-turvy home in Brazil has everything upside down and there's one in Australia that looks like a fence. Spain goes for the spaceship style, a house in Arkansas towers above the forest while one in San Francisco defies gravity and in Argentina a home takes the molecular approach and is light, incredibly strong and surprisingly portable.

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75 :07x04 - Sculpture, Snake, Boat, Plow

Nov/01/2012
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a high-flying metal house in Australia, a Peruvian residence that snakes through the trees and one like a nest on stilts in Japan. A traditional ranch home in Massachusetts has been pulled into a bigger shape, you can literally be in the dog house in Idaho and there is one in Lithuania designed to be played with. Plow lines inspired a New York house, ancient meets modern by an Italian lake, Chile has a cliffside house with three boat hulls overlooking the sea, there's a house based on a Picasso painting in Spain and an Austrian residence has an entire village built right inside.

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76 :07x05 - Bubbles, Bottles, Bookcases

Nov/08/2012
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a French bubble palace, a house in Virginia where the building materials dictated the style, a Dutch rhomboid-shaped residence and one made from soda bottles in Argentina. Two become one in Hong Kong, while a house in Portugal combines excitement with economy, a home in Wisconsin spirals out from solid stone and an Italian residence is a tiny cube. Australia has a live-in library, a home in Montana combines silver stainless with raw rusty steel and a Japanese house mirrors the world.



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77 :07x06 - Cliffhanger, Pod, Hammock

Nov/15/2012
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes an Australian house based on the shape of the letter K, one like a giant Monopoly piece in Portugal, a Californian home inspired by a lotus flower and a Japanese residence that looks like a subway station. A French home looks like an eye gazing over the Mediterranean, Austria has a futuristic portable pod inspired by nomads, there's a house shaped like a hammock in Paraguay and South Africa has a high-tech mountain house. A closet project turned into a whole house in California, a fairy tale inspired a snake-like home in Lithuania and a car elevator leads to a cliff-face residence in Laguna Beach.

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78 :07x07 - Hollywood, Ruins, PVC Bubbles

Nov/22/2012
Featured: an English home built beneath a wildflower meadow; an Australian abode perched atop a 1000-foot cliff; and a home constructed out of old shipping containers in Chile. Also: ruins in Portugal; a PVC bubble in France; a California residence perfect for performing arts; an ode to black and white in Hollywood; a Brazilian fig-tree house; and a glass farmhouse in Oregon.

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79 :07x08 - In HGTV's Extreme Homes special, get an up close look at some of the world's most unusual houses

Nov/23/2012
The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. From construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built, from a castle made entirely of mud to a home shaped like a sphere, from one built deep in a cave to a home that looks like a snake, and find out what makes them all so unique.

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80 :07x09 - Flashlight, Triangles, Holes

Nov/29/2012
Featured: a guarded mansion in South Africa; a home that resembles a flashlight in Portugal; a Dutch abode made out of glass triangles; a London apartment with a hole cut in the center of it; and a Japanese residence made partly from tires.

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81 :07x10 - Zigzag, Gryphon, Nest

Dec/06/2012
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a South African residence complete with two human-size nests, a Californian home that blends into the landscape and a Japanese home that is left open to the street because it has no doors. There's a dwelling no bigger than a shed in Oregon, a Brazilian residence that also houses thousands of books, a tree house made from recycled materials in Texas and an Australian home inspired by a mythical creature called a gryphon. Country living and cutting edge design collide in France and a Mexican house zigzags down a hillside while a once-ruined English hunting lodge is perfect for parties and a residence in California features a human aquarium.



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83 :07x12 - Bridge, Wedge, Cloud

Dec/20/2012
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes an American home which is like discovering a lost civilization, a house in Japan shaped like a staircase, one in South Africa which is so well-camouflaged that it almost vanishes into the wilderness and an Australian residence whose owners think they're living on Cloud Nine. Germany has a six-story wedge, Mexico has a seaside home made out of a bridge, every exterior wall possible has been made out of glass in Oakland and there's a self-styled temple to the gods in France. A Norwegian house nestles in a tree, a Portuguese one honors a whole forest and there's a pyramid home in Seattle perched on top of a skyscraper.

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85 :07x14 - TBA

Mar/08/2013
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86 :07x15 - Maze, Tank, Chalkboard

Mar/17/2013
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87 :07x16 - Petals, Boulders, Sail

Mar/24/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence hanging from a cliff in New Zealand, a cement castle in the South African wilderness, a hideaway home in Brazil and a house that seems to sail out of the ground in Australia. An American desert home looks like a pile of boulders, some Japanese apartments use giant petals for protection and the light from a house near San Francisco can be seen ten miles away. There's a brand new ancient house in the mountains of Morocco, a Californian home pretends to be much bigger than it really is, while what looks like a tower in Spain turns out to be a very modern home under ground and a London residence is simply bursting with color.

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88 :07x17 - Dragon, Spaceship, Teepee

Apr/14/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a farmhouse in England with a resident dragon, a home in Florida where the inside can be outside, an Australian residence inspired by a sci-fi movie and a geodesic dome home in New York. A treehouse in Canada has sixteen different levels, Morocco has a glass palace, while a forest dwelling in Oregon gets its own fan mail and the walls of a home in England can be moved around to suit the occasion. Belgium has a residence like a giant teepee, there's a mansion in Las Vegas made from bottles and Holland has a houseboat bigger than many of the homes around it.



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89 :07x18 - Fish Bowl, Beehive, Piano

Apr/21/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Las Vegas residence inspired by the European Renaissance, a Japanese house which has been wrapped in glass, a home based on giant beehive shapes made of stacked stones in South Africa and a tiny New York apartment with room to spare. Mexico has a house designed around a piano while a home near Death Valley seems to hover over the desert. There's a 21st Century traditional house in Thailand and a DIY bachelor treehouse in New Zealand. A Bishop's bathing pavilion has been turned into a home in Wales, a four-bedroom family house overlooking the ocean in Chile only cost $120,000 and a 350 year old Moroccan residence has risen from a pile of rubble.

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90 :07x19 - Sled, Temple, Houseboat

May/19/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence in Florida where even the family dogs have temperature controlled quarters, a New Zealand house you can move when the going gets rough and a home in Morocco that's been restored to the way it was when President Roosevelt came to dinner. A house in Canada looks like two ships dragged up on a beach while one in Wisconsin resembles an Egyptian temple, a Japanese home is made from sun-dried soil and there's a houseboat like a Manhattan loft in the Czech Republic. A trip to the bathroom in a Mexican home could make you dizzy, a house in Thailand is entirely clad in glass louvers, a Brazilian residence has been all the way around the world and a subterranean box room in Seattle makes a comfortable condo.

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91 :07x20 - Pyramid, Dream, Cliffhanger

Jun/28/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence in The Hamptons with its own pyramid, a Polish house which is little more than a corridor and a home in Australia that was built to beat the bugs. A house in New York features marble floors from the Vatican, one in Switzerland has a library shaped like a ship's prow, an Indonesian home has a staircase inspired by the artist M.C. Escher and there's a house hidden under a 300 year old barn in England. A home in Germany was once a water tower, a Mexican house has a freshwater pond inside while one in Seattle fulfils a young boy's dream and a Spanish residence is hanging right off the edge of a cliff.



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92 :07x21 - Yoga, Ocean Liner, Fossils

Aug/09/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Swiss residence which could be straight out of a fairytale, a houseboat flying high in London, a home in Los Angeles which makes an exhibition of itself and an Indonesian one that's designed on the principles of Yoga. A quarter of a million pieces make up one house in California, a home in Canada is picture-perfect and there's one in Belgium inspired by the Golden Age of ocean liners. A Virginian home has a mind of its own, an Argentinian residence brings together industrial design, sand dunes and the forest while a house in England is modelled on a fossil and there's one in Arizona made literally from dirt.



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93 :07x22 - Alien, Egg, Tattoo

Sep/08/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a woodland cottage with an invisibility cloak in upstate New York, an egg-themed home in Indonesia, a Californian residence which is smaller than a regular bathroom and a bamboo house built against the clock in Belgium. London, England, has the ultimate bachelor pad, an apartment block in The Netherlands has a wavy roof and France has a beach-front home built into a bunker. A Chilean residence has a canal running through it, a house in Berkeley looks like a primitive sea-creature, the neighbors can't see past the tattoos in Australia and a Seattle house has a floating putting green.

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94 :07x23 - Space Age, Caves, Rubber Roof

Sep/13/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house in Woodstock where color has run riot, a Czech home that hides from its neighbors, while an Australian one is a mother's dream come true and a residence in Charleston has a magnetic attraction. A Spanish villa sports an orange and blue rubber roof, Scotland has a home hanging off the edge of a 125 foot tall cliff, a French residence is both greenhouse and cave dwelling at the same time and Germany has a house you can take with you on your journey through life. A house in Brazil looks ready to leap off a hillside, you can move the walls of an English residence at will, an Indonesian dwelling is a little slice of Paradise and upstate New York has a home that fuses urban style with rural space.



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95 :07x24 - Rotating, Carnival, Bones

Sep/15/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a home in Canada that bridges an abyss, a Brazilian home where it's carnival time all year round, one in Texas that uses bones as a design feature and a German residence that arrives shrink-wrapped. A Japanese concept for living has inspired a home in the heart of L.A. while geometry has given a twist to an Australian house and Indonesia has one that made a young boy's dream come true. Florida has an island home where self-sufficiency and luxury living go hand in hand, a residence in Idaho has been built like a fortress to defend against the harsh desert surroundings, there's a house that rises up like a periscope in the Czech Republic and a Dutch home appears to have crash-landed in the countryside.

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96 :07x25 - Cartoon, Chateau, Bottles

Sep/22/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house in California that rotates to face the sun, an Indonesian residence made from bottles and a home in Canada that seems to be on the slide. A South African home is perched in a tree to get the best view of giraffes, a house in London is a cartoon caricature of its neighbors, while a Pennsylvania residence is straight out of a fairytale and there's one in Argentina built around a tree. A house in Seattle has been designed to withstand the fiercest storms, England has a bachelor pad fit for a secret agent, there's an architectural tribute to Roman engineering in Australia and a French chateau looks entirely at home in North Carolina.

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97 :07x26 - Yoga, Ocean Liner, Fossils

Sep/27/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Swiss residence which could be straight out of a fairytale, a houseboat flying high in London, a home in Los Angeles which makes an exhibition of itself and an Indonesian one that's designed on the principles of Yoga. A quarter of a million pieces make up one house in California, a home in Canada is picture-perfect and there's one in Belgium inspired by the Golden Age of ocean liners. A Virginian home has a mind of its own, an Argentinian residence brings together industrial design, sand dunes and the forest while a house in England is modelled on a fossil and there's one in Arizona made literally from dirt.



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98 :07x27 - Mystery, Mosaic, Fantasy

Sep/29/2013
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Canadian home with voluptuous curves, a really skinny house in Belgium, a floating pad in the heart of London and a contemporary cosy cottage in upstate New York. An Indonesian home is made entirely from bamboo while a house in Los Angeles is covered in broken crockery and a New York residence is one big treasure hunt. England has a house within a home, a dwelling in New Zealand is pure fantasy, Norway has a high-tech haven and there's a residence in Massachusetts like an airplane about to take off.

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Classification: Documentary
Genre: Housing/Building
Status: Returning Series
Network: HGTV ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 05, 1997
Episode Order: 13
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