The interior of an airplane seems like the perfect place to call home, right? Whether you agree or not, in 1991, Bruce Campbell bought a Boeing 727 for $100,000, renovated it and now calls the jetliner home. The plane sits on a wooded lot in Portland and offers a spacious 1,066 square feet of living space. While Campbell kept the original water tank and plumbing, he tore out the original flooring and replaced it with transparent floors so visitors can see the jet’s rib and control cables running to the cockpit. He also uses the wings as deck space and the cargo hold for storage.