Highest single family house
To put it bluntly, we'd love to live in Falcon Nest, Arizona.
| Credit: ARMLS/Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty

Some people may look for things like “claw-foot tub” and “kitchen island,” when they're hunting for a new home, but world's tallest one-family home? Not as common.

Just in case that last qualifier is high on your list, you'd better hope you've got $1.5 million burning a hole in your pocket. The home — which is located in Prescott, Arizona — goes by the name of Falcon Nest (for obvious reasons). The home itself is only dwarfed by the neighboring Thumb Butte, which overshadows the home's ten-story height with its 6,514 of cliffside.

The home has three bedrooms, a living area, kitchen, four bathrooms, glass ceilings, atrium areas, and a Jacuzzi bathtub. The heating and cooling system may be the most intriguing part of the home (minus those views, of course): the tall, chimney shape of the home helps to keep the structure warm in the winter and cool during the summer months.

The home was designed by architect Sukumar Pal, who built it for his own family. But he's looking to part with the incredibly unique home, so now's your chance if you've ever wanted to live up with the birds in your own nest — or in your own version of a Bond film.

You can read more about the property on Estately.