This home originates from a bear run in Pennsylvania and was designed by architect Frank Lloyd wright to make the waterfall beneath it the focal point of the property. This place is so beautiful that the Smithsonian actually listed it among the “28 places to visit before you die” life list. Built between 1936 and 1939, Fallingwater is now a national historic landmark and one of America’s most famous properties. The residence accentuates the surrounding foliage and flowing water by having a bevy of rectangular, modern windows to help its visitors absorb the natural beauty. The interior is spacious and decorated with wooden furniture to match its nature aesthetic. This homestead is not only incredibly unique, it’s an architectural triumph.