Effie Trinket would approve of any of these modern marvels.
Octagonal rooms and porches face the slopes and the views.
A bayonet from the French and Indian War was hidden in an old stone fireplace.
“I love that some guys showed up one day and literally glued it on our house.”
It was the first home in town with an indoor loo.
The nearly century-old, grand log cabin on 5,000 acres boasts 3.7 miles of shoreline.
The estate also boasts a home theater, a large outdoor telescope and an indoor climbing wall.
Famous comedians and copious closets have packed the house.
The beautifully designed windows and roof are 135 years old.
It’s in snow territory, but the owner hasn’t turned on the heat for 11 years.
The spa alone is more luxurious than many 5-star resorts.
Built for a modern Stone Age family.
Built in 1785 for the daughter of a Revolutionary War colonel and her husband, the property has had just four owners.
Inside, the French fireplaces and Italian chandeliers say ‘old Europe.’
The architect and his wife camped on the 10-acre site to decide which way the windows should face.