You know I'm all about healthy living, but this is really going too far.
It's a house in Long Island, NY and it was specifically designed to be, get this, as uncomfortable to live in as possible.
The house even has a name, it's called the Bioscleave House and it's also known as the Lifespan Extending Villa.
So why would it be a good idea for the home to be uncomfortable?
Well according to an article from the New York Times, the designers feel,
"Its architecture makes people use their bodies in unexpected ways to maintain equilibrium, and that, she said, will stimulate their immune systems."So what's uncomfortable? Well as you can see from the picture above, the floor is an undulating, uneven mass with poles for stability and if you click on the slideshow on the New York Times' website, you'll also see that power outlets and light switches are placed at seemingly random and hard to reach locations.
Other than perhaps Dr. James Levine, I'm not sure who else would want this house. That might explain why not surprisingly, the house is unoccupied - but if you've got $2 million to spare, its wonders can be yours.
A word of advice to the would be buyers - if you go out for a bender, instead of getting a taxi home, rent a room.