Amazing Hilltop Homes

A reader sent in these photos of amazing hilltop homes wanting to know if they're real or fake. I'd say it's pretty obvious that they're fake, but they're definitely cool, nevertheless. I would guess that they come from a Worth1000 photoshop contest, though I haven't confirmed this yet. I think they've been circulating around for a while, because I have a vague memory of seeing a few of them before. Note that in the second image from the right you can see a car in the garage, if you look closely.
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Posted on Sat Aug 20, 2005



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Need you ask?
Posted by Captain Al  in  Vancouver Island, Canada  on  Sat Aug 20, 2005  at  09:44 AM
I know it's a Worth 1000, I've seen the first pic before, I just can't seem to find what the gallery was called. I know it had to do with homes, obviously.
Posted by Yaanu  on  Sat Aug 20, 2005  at  09:44 AM
I wonder if I could get a 25 year mortage on the iceberg house?
Posted by Captain Al  in  Vancouver Island, Canada  on  Sat Aug 20, 2005  at  09:46 AM
Fake (duh!), but fun.
Posted by Big Gary  on  Sat Aug 20, 2005  at  10:03 AM
I like the Fortress of Solitude.
Posted by Chadds Ford Prefect  on  Sat Aug 20, 2005  at  11:09 AM
It almost looks like something out of the Myst comptuer game series.
Posted by Chris B  on  Sat Aug 20, 2005  at  03:39 PM
i guess they dont need the internet, electricity, or a phone to live there. Dont see any of those near
Posted by asdfg  on  Sat Aug 20, 2005  at  11:22 PM
They are creative...very nice.
Posted by Maegan  in  Tampa, FL - USA  on  Sun Aug 21, 2005  at  05:12 AM
what the Hill are those houses doing up there? Frank Lloyd Wrong, eh...
Posted by Hairy Houdini  on  Sun Aug 21, 2005  at  09:55 AM
The hilltop house looks like my house that was destroyed to make room for a bypass!
Posted by Arthur Dent  on  Sun Aug 21, 2005  at  12:39 PM
You've been looking for a good "picture" of the "museum," right, Alex?

Make something like this.
Posted by PlantPerson  on  Sun Aug 21, 2005  at  01:12 PM
The Fourth and Fifth ones look legit, but the first three look pretty bogus.
Posted by Bobcat  on  Mon Aug 22, 2005  at  12:10 AM
They're real... it's just that the first three were destroyed the next day when the tide came in.
Posted by Citizen Premier  in  spite of public outcry  on  Mon Aug 22, 2005  at  12:26 AM
#3 is fake: very clear copy-paste action. But creative, nevertheless 😊
Posted by Jerry S  on  Mon Aug 22, 2005  at  02:53 AM
i want mystery house no. 4! its like a little mouse house!
Posted by thunder  in  England  on  Mon Aug 22, 2005  at  01:28 PM
Here's the Worth1000 contest that these photos originate from:

http://www.worth1000.com/cache/contest/contestcache.asp?contest_id=4036&start=1&end=10&display=photoshop
Posted by Chris B  on  Tue Aug 23, 2005  at  12:19 PM
I think number 1 is a picture of the Hopewell rocks (flowerpot rocks) in NB, Canada. I've been there several times and I assure you that there is no house in one of the rocks.
Posted by Dracul  on  Fri Jan 20, 2006  at  01:41 PM
Actually one of them is my home on regent st 315
park and is also my sinister laboratory where i make catastrophic compounds in the bathtub while attempting to hack to cut the slack ,You are all welcome anytime if you dare take the rope ride between the clifftops to get here !
Posted by Nino Radichioni  on  Tue Nov 10, 2009  at  02:34 PM
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