Back in 1968, a certain house in Kansas was dubbed the "Four Seasons House." It was built by a lightning engineer (the original homeowner) and architect Albert Yanda on what was supposedly "unbuildable" terrain. The land where the spaceshuttle-inspired home was built is surrounded by Kansas' Lake Quivira on a slope providing unobstructed views. This crib boasts a 3,947-square-foot floor plan with four bedrooms, hardwood floors, geometric windows, and incredible angular structures. The house is back on the market for $499K in case that sounds like a place you're trying to live.

[via Curbed]