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    House of the Week: Hobbit-Sized Home Built by Hand

    The seller of this tiny adobe built it by hand, using mud he unearthed from digging the foundation.

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    House of the Week: ‘Blue Sky Home’ in Wine Country

    This custom home was designed around the color blue, with a bold blue exterior wall and blue touches throughout. One side of the home opens up for access to the outdoor patio.

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    House of the Week: Sunset Strip Mega-Estate

    This home blends modern architectural beauty and simplicity with organic, California-style design for a mega-estate that is comfortable enough for family life.

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    House of the Week: Old Hollywood Charm on Two Acres

    1950s Hollywood star Eva Marie Saint raised her children on this country retreat in a private neighborhood of Los Angeles popular with celebrities who value privacy. Now it is on the market for the first time in 37 years.

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    House of the Week: The Little House of Sneden’s Landing

    The historic Little House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has a long history of famous visitors in Sneden’s Landing, a celebrity and artist refuge outside New York City.

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    House of the Week: Alabama Lighthouse

    Constructing a lighthouse was always a dream for this homeowner.

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    House of the Week: Pyramid House in Connecticut

    Set designers worked with an architect to create this dramatic Connecticut home.

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    House of the Week: Italian Villa Favored by the Stars

    Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, among others, stayed at the home.

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    House of the Week: Home Where Harriet Beecher Stowe Wrote ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’

    Harriet Beecher Stowe rented this home to complete “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” in the 1850s.

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    House of the Week: The Mushroom House

    The pod-like shapes earned this home its Mushroom House nickname.

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    House of the Week: Elvis’ Other Graceland

    The King of Rock and Roll’s “Graceland West” is now being sold for $3.95 million.

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    House of the Week: Arc House in the Hamptons

    The Arc House in the East Hamptons has many green features, including geothermal heating, a rainwater collection system and a living, vegetated roof.

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    House of the Week: Renovated Stone Mill

    This stone grist mill was once part of the Underground Railroad.

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    House of the Week: Glass Walls in the Colorado Mountains

    Translucent walls reflect the shadows and light and seem to blend into the landscape.

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    Malibu ‘Temple of Muses’ is Not Your Average Beach House

    The master bathroom has 3 “pods” that look like giant beer tanks but actually house the sink, shower and toilet. A circular stairway appears to take you to the roof of the garage but instead leads to a massive tennis court framed by the Santa Monica Mountains.