It looks like a home straight out of Smurf land with its curious mushroom-like pods.
That wasn't the original intention - architect James H. Johnson designed a home inspired by the stems of Queen Anne’s lace.
But the dwelling in Perinton, New York, ended up earning the nickname the 'Mushroom House.'
Smurfing unusal: The Mushroom House, pictured here at night, is on the market for $1.1million
The property is a series of five interconnected pods situated on a hill at the tree line, again just like the homes in the original Smurfs series.
There are two pods that are sleeping areas, a centre pod with a kitchen and sitting room, a fourth with a living and dining area with a fireplace and a fifth that is a deck.
Each pod rests on a concrete and steel stem, the New York Daily News reports.
Striking: The living room and dining in the house which was designed by architect James H. Johnson in the style of art meets nature
'Living in art': Listing agent Rick Testa was bowled over the unique features of the house
The pods are 30 feet in diameter and weigh 80 tons.
The home has more than 4,000 square feet of living space.
It was built in Perinton, a suburb of Rochester, in 1971, and became a town landmark in 1989.
While the home is unusual, what makes it more like a piece of art are contributions by several artists, including 9,000 ceramic tiles that cover the inside of the home, which were all hand-fired by previous owner Marguerite Antell.
Among the trees: The property is in a suburb of Rochester in upstate New York
Now, as the nation is poised to go Smurf crazy with the release on Friday of The Smurfs 3D movie, the property could be yours for $1.1 million.
The listing agent, Rick Testa, told Zillow.com that the current owners plan to donate $100,000 from the sale to Habitat for Humanity, and that he will donate $1,000.
The owners hired the original architect to build a great-room addition that is reached from the main pod through an underground walkway.
It overlooks a creek, waterfall and outdoor hot tub.
Mr Testa said: 'It’s like you’re living in art.
'In both daylight and evening it [the home] takes on different feelings. It really is a unique house.'
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