An abandoned house has caught everyone's attention recently after being dubbed as "the world's loneliest house," and there have been some rather interesting rumors surrounding its origin. Read on to check it out alongside some of the most eye-opening properties on the market...

Fancy staying overnight in this romantic bus in the middle of a forest?

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This gorgeous little camper is located in Weaverville, North Carolina.

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Specially built for 2 guests, this bus will provide one of the most romantic yet quirky getaways.

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This unique "artist mirrored house" is one of a kind.

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Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this house is pretty much a huge artist studio that is covered in mirrors on the outside.

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The interior carries out the mirror theme and includes many original artworks and furnishing, creating a memorable and unique getaway.

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Prefer something a little bit more off-grid?

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This house, which is located in Pioneertown in California, is perfect for those wanting to escape modern life for a little while.

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It brings together raw industrial aesthetics with the tactics of green design to forge a new home in the sunbaked wilds of the California high desert.

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Intentionally there is no TV or signal, and only satellite wifi for emergency communication so that one can truly experience being in a place of extreme natural beauty.

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This 3 Bedroom Riad is what dreams are made of.

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Located in Marrakech, Morocco, this little home would make for the perfect African vacation.

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Its stunning interior brings in the natural Moroccan light and it'll truly transport you away from any kind of reality.

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For those wanting to get in touch with nature, Bird Island is simply perfect.

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Located in Stann Creek Dist, Belize, the entire island is available for up to 8 guests and features an incredibly unique experience.

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It is located inside one of the most beautiful atolls in Belize, covering the full spectrum - in true relaxation or endless choices of outdoor activities at your fingertips and right outside your door.

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Guests can spend time relaxing, swimming, snorkeling, and exploring the island's natural beauties.

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Fancy staying in a super historic building for a few nights?

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The Trullo del 1800 is located in Cisternino, Brindisi, Apúlia, Italy.

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You can truly live out the authentic Italian dream in this gorgeous house!

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Just imagine cooking pasta and drinking wine in this kitchen... Simpy to die for!

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This house holds up to 5 guests, so it's the perfect getaway with a group of your closest friends.

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Nothing beats a beautiful cottage, right?

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This stunning little location is found in Laugarvatn, Iceland.

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This location is in one of the best vacation areas in the country because it is in the middle of the famous Golden Circle Route.

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The house was built to reflect the Icelandic landscape and complement the small vegetation of moss and trees in the old lava-field - it is a beautiful little gem within a great area of the country.

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And perhaps the most weird yet wonderful thing you'll see today... the Dog Bark Park!

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Located in Cottonwood, Idaho, this will be the most quirky getaway you will ever take!

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And finally...

The "world's loneliest house" that has been empty for more than one-hundred years.

The tiny white house is located on the island of Elliðaey, a remote island south of Iceland...

And because it has been deserted for such a long time, rumors have emerged over the property's origins.

According to one rumor, the house was built by a billionaire who planned to move to the remote island in the event of a zombie apocalypse.

Other people suggest a religious hermit may be living there. But the most popular theory - which was later debunked - said that the Icelandic government had gifted the island to singer Bjork.

The island was deserted by its few residents in the 1930s...

And it was built by the Elliðaey Hunting Association as a base to hunt puffins that feast on the abundant supply of fish in the waters below. The house serves as a hunting base for the group to support their activities on the island.

Being on the remote island, the property does not have electricity, running water, or indoor plumbing...

So we wouldn't say it's the ideal place to live! Still pretty cool though, right? Read on for more intriguing remote houses...