Life on the prairie doesn’t get more authentic than this.
This house among the trees has five levels on a steep slope and includes a two-story sunroom and a bedroom-library combination.
This “painted lady” has modern amenities like a hot tub cabana, an updated kitchen and a secret upholstered alcove in the turret.
The owner often sees red-tailed hawks, blue herons and bald eagles from inside this long, thin home with views in all directions.
The owner bought it as a weekend retreat but loved it so much she moved in full time.
This striking off-the-grid home is one of the few LEED Platinum Certified residences in the country.
One of the largest craftsman homes in the country, Artemesia underwent a quarter-century renovation and is back on the market in the Hollywood Hills.
The Houston home flipper who envisioned this closet said she’d like to build one twice as big next time.
A mining car-style funicular connects this home to a ski trail, and its “wine tunnel” looks like an old mine shaft.
This historic home was built by shipbuilders and renovated by its Russian owner in the style of a Russian palace.
The designer and builder of this house on wheels first thought he would live in the home, but soon decided to start a business building custom tiny homes instead.
The owners of this luxurious mountainside retreat fixed it up, then moved closer to town.
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.