7 Breathtaking Architectural Properties from ‘The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals’ Season 2



From a habitable UFO to a magnificent house by Frank Lloyd Wright, Netflix The most amazing vacation rentals in the world is full of drool-worthy places worth checking out. While the first season has chronicled many trips, including living spaces in Bali, Hawaii and Montana, this second season sees hosts Megan Batoon, Luis D. Ortiz and Jo Franco traveling to even more places. On Netflix now, the show will take you to the Bahamas, Finland, and other international hot spots, as well as many domestic destinations. Whether you’re about to plan a trip or just window shopping, the series has plenty to watch and learn about the distinct homes and cultures they are in.

Kingsley flour mill

Inside the Kingsley Grist Mill in Clarendon, Vermont.

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From 1882 to 1935, this holiday resort served as a working flour mill. Today, nearly 100 years after ceasing to serve its original purpose, the Kingsley Grist Mill is a comfortable three bedroom rental. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the idiosyncratic building retains many of its original features, such as a large millstone, grain shoots, and gears, which serve as decorations throughout the space.

Zone 55 Futuro House

A stay in this unique little house will set you back around $ 272 per night.

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Designed in 1968 by architect Matti Suuronen as an easily transportable prefab ski chalet, the extremely distinct-looking Area 55 Futuro House remains just as attractive as it was in the mid-20th century. There are only 85 true Futuro homes left around the world, and this Joshua Tree gem is the only one in North America where you can stay overnight. With furnishings inspired by the building’s UFO appearance, the location is the perfect getaway for anyone excited about alien life forms.

Ollero Eco Lodge



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