You've seen the "mansion home" for sale in my neighborhood, which at least includes a nod to the Craftsman style of bungalows that are common around here. The bulk of the new construction doesn't even have that, being monolithic stucco duplex monstrosities that could be plunked down in mass-produced suburbia anywhere. (I may add a photo of one or two to this post tomorrow.)
So I have mixed feelings about this one, but I'm leaning toward liking it. If you're going to shoot for "different," you might as well go all-out. It also looks like they're putting solar panels on this, which is good. I don't know if it's a custom home or being built on spec.
Certainly you would have a clear idea of how to furnish it. Just as my house pretty much demands Victorian-style furniture, this will require a hefty dose of modern, which could look quite fabulous if done right. There's no ambiguity here.
The houses on either side are obvious scrape-off candidates. I wonder how soon that will happen, given the current market.
Then there's this one, which is newly listed. The sellers aren't even bothering to pretend it won't be scraped; the sign says "Lot for Sale."