The late owner of this modest home had a pipe organ installed because he loved the sound.
This historic home in the Detroit bedroom community of Lake Orion has been restored over the past 20 years.
The seller is hoping to attract an art or nature lover looking for a one-of-a-kind retreat.
The sellers of this home decided they wanted a castle built into the mountainside in rural East Tennessee.
After an extensive renovation, this historic home near Tampa is listed for $950,000.
The King of Rock and Roll’s “Graceland West” is now being auctioned.
A copper brewing kettle isn’t out of place in this home.
The heirs of the Macy’s department store founders began this grand estate in the 1920s. It was later divided into a co-op, but now the entire place is for sale, with three residences.
This penthouse in a swanky new development in Santa Monica comes with a huge rooftop terrace and a spa for the family pooch.
The Lawrence family made this home on the Sammamish River near Seattle their home base and project. Now that the four kids are grown up, they are hoping another family will enjoy their dome house as much as they have.
It’s a sleeker, smarter species of mountain real estate.
The famous financier took this property, Camp Uncas, as collateral and made it into a family retreat. Later, he sold it to a member of the Vanderbilt family.
The owner and developer of this home outside Telluride infused his love of travel into the home, importing a pre-Civil War barn, a Bhutanese bridge and a door from ancient India.
Derin Williams was inspired to build homes the size of some people’s closets.
This sleek lakefront Michigan retreat is on its own private island and has a miniature railroad and Greco-Roman lion statues on the terrace.