Sometimes, architects design houses to purposefully be crooked, and other times they just end up that way over a long period of time or due to natural causes. Click here to see some real-life examples — image above via *Update – As a commenter has pointed out, the San Francisco pictures are just optical illusions and were snapped at certain angles to give the effect of crookedness.

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Photo Apartment Homes in San FranciscoPhoto San Francisco HousePhoto Antique StorePhoto Crooked House (Lavenham, England)Photo Crooked House (Sopot, Poland)Photo The Crooked House Team Rooms (Windsor)

Sometimes, architects design houses to purposefully be crooked, and other times they just end up that way over a long period of time or due to natural causes. Click here to see some real-life examples — image above via *Update – As a commenter has pointed out, the San Francisco pictures are just optical illusions and were snapped at certain angles to give the effect of crookedness.

[Sources 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 5 | 6]

Photo Apartment Homes in San FranciscoPhoto San Francisco HousePhoto Antique StorePhoto Crooked House (Lavenham, England)Photo Crooked House (Sopot, Poland)Photo The Crooked House Team Rooms (Windsor)