35 Isolated Houses As Far Away From Busy As You Can Get

If you’ve ever wanted to escape the 9 to 5 grind, these isolated homes are as far from the bustling city life as you can get. 

1. Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland

1Source: Photo by Gisli Jon

2. Hungary

2Source: Peter Busa

3. Urup Island, Russia

3Source: Photo by Denis Veselov

4. Russia

4Source: Photo by Moro

5. Alberta, Canada

5Source: Caroline

6. Iceland

6Source: Photo by Ryan Reisert

7. Iceland

7Source: Photo by Ryan Reisert

8. Trøllanes, Faroe Islands

8Source: Photo by Grégoire Sieuw

9. Drina River, Serbia

9Source: Photo by Irene Becker

10. Munnar, India

10Source: Photo by Ulrich Lambert

11. Iceland

11Source: Photo by Michael Schmidt

12. Holland Island, Maryland, USA

12Source: Reddit user xarvox

13. Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada

13Source: Reddit user haymaker26

14. Holmur Reykjanes, Iceland


15. Hofskirkja, Iceland


 16. Thousand Islands, Canada


17. Norway

17Source: Photo by Matthew Turley

18. Thousand Islands, Canada

18Source: Unknown Photographer


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23. Norway

23Source: Unknown Photographer

24. Japan

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26. Iceland

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28Source: Reddit user dirtdee


29Source: Photo by IanMichaelJohnson

30. Erfoud, Morocco

30Source: Photo by Phil Marion


31Source: Photo by Reddit user KPexEA

32. Iceland

32Source: Photo by simonmaennling

33. Ait Benhaddou, Morocco

33Source: Photo by Phil Marion

34. California, USA

34Source: Photo by Jassen T

35. Trabocchi, Abruzzo

35Source: Photo by Fabio Di Carlo

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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