These chickens are definitely living the life.

We never thought that we could be jealous of a chicken coop, but here we are. These swanky accommodations showcase the architectural prowess that some owners take. Let’s take a closer look at some of the awesome houses, or rather chicken coops, that owners have provided for their feathery friends:

1. The “I’d Rather Be Flying” bumper sticker is quite the nice touch, isn’t it?

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2. Even chickens like to belly up to the bar and spend time at the local saloon.

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3. This dome deserves to be in a museum.

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4. We’re moving on up…to a deluxe loft apartment in the sky. These chicken finally got a piece of the pie!

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5. Coops like this one are probably more fit for a Hobbit. But we think this chicken doesn’t mind too much.

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6. Instead of putting the chicken coop outside, these owners elected to add it onto their house instead.

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7. This is one of the coolest tree houses that we have ever seen. It is hard to believe that this is a place for a chicken to live.

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8. Even chickens deserve to have the chance to live in a castle at some point during their lives.

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9. A schoolhouse for chickens? Now we have seen it all.

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10. This rustic log cabin is the perfect place for the chicken who is just looking to get away from the hustle and bustle.

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11. The best name and color: “The Egg Plant”

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12. A pink cottage fit for a princess.

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13. I feel like I could live here and be happy.

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#sorrynotsorry for all the #utahhouseforsale photos. It's really hard for me to believe we haven't sold this awesome house yet. Soon… Very soon. I can feel the good house selling vibes a comin' . #bustullfalo #busconversion

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15. Hopefully, chickens don’t learn to drive anytime soon.

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