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Alien Homes: Exploring the Ruins of Florida’s Abandoned UFO House

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Located deep in Homestead, just a couple of miles from the Everglades entrance, is an odd-looking house. Locals call it the “Alien House” or “UFO House” simply because of the saucer-like shape the building has. Others claim a mob boss actually built the house, making it easy for any drug drops in the area. A dumber theory is that a nude colony lived there so they could live in solitude without having neighbors called out on them. Actual information on this place is pretty scarce though.

According to property records, it was built in 1974, a time when architects were influenced by the space-age future such as the Futuro homes and Xanadu. Though it’s two units with seperate bathrooms and even kitchens, it’s counted as one home as it’s connected by a walkway.

Digging a bit deeper, I found a similar home in Plantation, Florida. Being built in 1977, it’s still used and occupied to this day. The house in Homestead though is gutted, tagged, boarded up and had been condemned by the city.

Demolition of the house began in August 2013.

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(Images: Abandoned Florida, reproduced with permission)

The now demolished ‘UFO House’, which stood at 37350 Southwest 214th Avenue, was built in 1974 when the town’s population was only 15,000.

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(Image: Abandoned Florida, reproduced with permission)

Also known as the Alien House on account of its unconventional form, the isolated property had a shady past fueled by decades of rumours that may (or may not) have transformed it into an urban legend.

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Rumour has it that the futuristic building was once owned by a drugs trafficker masquerading as an exotic animal importer, who kept big cats and other wild beasts in cages behind the property.

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(Images: Abandoned Florida, reproduced with permission)

Later purchased by a doctor from New York City, the pink-painted UFO House narrowly survived complete destruction by Hurricane Andrew in 1992 before its ruined shell was condemned by the city authorities.

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(Image: KACP, reproduced with permission)

The abandoned Alien House was still standing in late 2013. It was finally demolished soon after.

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(Image: Abandoned Florida, reproduced with permission)

Homestead’s most bizarre building may not have been as famous as Taiwan’s Sanzhi Pod City, futuristic ruins also dubbed ‘UFO houses’.

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(Images: Abandoned Florida, reproduced with permission)

But the weird house has certainly become an integral part of local lore in this southern Florida town of 60,000 people, situated near the famous tropical wetlands known as the Everglades.

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(Image: KACP, reproduced with permission)

 

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