Eclectic Exteriors From HGTV's House Hunters International

How a home looks on the outside can be just as important as the inside. HGTV's House Hunters International follows homeowners around the world in search of the perfect home — both inside and out — for a perfect price.

  • Los Cabos, Mexico

    This Mexican abode gives a modern twist to traditional Pueblo architecture with its flat roof and protruding roof beams that rest over a sleek glass balcony.

  • Freshwater, Australia

    Constructed with solid timber, this older home is surrounded by greenery as it sits right in the middle of the Australian rainforest.

  • Loughborough, England

    This quaint brick home has plenty of English charm. The arches over the doorway are reminiscent of Romanesque/Norman architecture, and the two large bay windows are a big selling point for this house.

  • Milan, Italy

    This classic Italian apartment building sports orange-on-orange brick and balconies made for only one or two people at a time.

  • Brisbane, Australia

    This glass-front apartment building on the Gold Coast of Australia is a contemporary high-rise with resort-style living amenities, like pool access and walking distance to the beach.

  • Paris, France

    This apartment building exhibits classic Parisian style with its decorative cornices, intimate balconies on every floor and horizontal lines that continue over in the buildings next to it.

  • Granada, Nicaragua

    Although the yard may need a little work, the exposed stones on this home's facade add a unique, natural touch, allowing the house to better blend into the landscape.

  • Glasgow, Scotland

    Once a 19th-century church, this building has been converted into several flats with a community atrium in the center.

  • Daintree, Australia

    Who needs dry land to be at home? This 40-foot-long vessel sleeps seven, offering enough space for the homeowners to have guests.

  • Busan, South Korea

    In a trendy district of Busan, this modern high-rise gives residents amazing views of the city and the marina below.

  • Tamarindo, Costa Rica

    This structure is known as \"the treehouse\" because of its placement on high stilts and all-natural wood construction.

  • Bern, Switzerland

    This large Swiss estate is simple but charming and comes with a little history attached to it because it is the former home of famous author and Nobel Prize winner Hermann Hesse.

  • La Baule, France

    A more modern side of French architecture, this house is located on the outskirts of a pine forest, making the yard quiet and safe.

  • Frankfurt, Germany

    This tall apartment building has authentic German features that have been updated to a more contemporary style.

  • Pattaya, Thailand

    This modern white house is more Western than traditional homes in Thailand. Equipped with a pool, large yard and rooftop garden, it's well suited for parties as well as everyday living.

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