Game of Thrones fans will be particularly enamored with this castle fit for a
This little bird bungalow is outfitted with red, white, and blue star-shaped LED lights controlled by a timer. How festive is that?!
Old MacDonald had a ... sparrow? Here a tweet, there a tweet, everywhere a tweet tweet, thanks to this cute barn-shaped birdhouse.
This is the perfect birdhouse companion for any log cabin.
This classic wooden birdhouse comes with its own bunting.
With a quaint pink door, window boxes filled with red blooms, and a little chimney, this birdhouse has major curb appeal.
If you're an architecture enthusiast, you need this birdhouse inspired by the real-life Star Barn located in the heart of Pennsylvania's Amish Country.
Think politics are for the birds? Then get yourself one of these.
Your local birds can live in style, thanks to this two-story Victorian birdhouse.
A post office for birds? Now that's something to tweet about!
Because birds need a place to get their dry goods, too.
Let's be honest: This birdhouse is probably cuter than any real home on your block!
Hey, hummingbirds like to let loose, too!
Can't afford a quaint cottage in the English countryside? Opt for putting this abode in your yard instead.
Your feathered friends can shack up in this adorable travel trailer.
Sparrows and robins can live it up in this mini yacht club.
Raise a glass to this adorable birdhouse.
Perfect for your beach home.
The British branch of Swedish home and garden specialist unveiled a handcrafted luxury birdhouse that included an open plan kitchen, a gym, a floating staircase, a lawn, and a deck complete with tables, chairs, and a dipping pool.
See of this luxury birdhouse.
Canadian builder John Looser builds massive bird mansions, some of which can accommodate hundreds of birds and feature fly-through tunnels and pools. The largest of his creations are over nine feet wide and eight feet tall, with one that has 103 rooms and weighs over 500 pounds. Looser sells his houses and birdhouse plans at .
These cheeky birdhouses are sadly no longer for sale, but they still crack us up—they were a collaboration between painter and woodworker that were sold at the now-shuttered San Francisco boutique The Curiosity Shoppe. .