Falcon Nest Home

Falcon Nest is currently the world’s tallest single family home. This ten-story, 124-foot living space is nestled in the 6,514-foot Thumb Butte in Prescott, Arizona. Not just a museum piece, this home is equipped with solar panels, as well as alternative cooling, heating and energy-generating systems, in case of zombie apocalypse. It spans 6,200-square-feet house and was designed as tall as possible to create a chimney effect for natural heating and cooling, complete with glass ceilings that offer panoramic views of the the San Francisco Peaks. Thankfully, there’s an elevator that leads from the first floor to sixth floor of the house. Yes, there’s a swimming pool for those sweltering hot summer days. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how to make swamp water drinkable


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