“The Temple House” has hosted One Direction, Jennifer Lopez, Jay-Z, and the Kardashians, to name a few.
The owner isn’t even entirely sure that his 1901 home is haunted. However, he does admit there are some oddities that have occurred there.
Ever dreamed of living in a castle? You’re in luck! These stone residences are for sale.
We’re counting our blessings — in terms of real estate.
Why have a traditional home when you could live under colorful monolithic domes?
This little sliver of a home was built out of pure spite.
This unusual home was built in 1935 by the reclusive Bouck White, a potter and Socialist activist.
For those that imagine owning a place with bars and literally cell-like bedrooms, there’s a place in Indiana for you.
Charles Haertling’s iconic Menkick House is on the market for the first time in 30 years, but has yet to find an interested buyer.
The Cadillac inside the house is a real Cadillac, a 1959 Caddy that was driven from the beach into the house and turned into a working bar.
Castles don’t just live in your sandbox. Fortified mansions — yes, the kind with turrets, drawbridges and more — are hitting the market for under $1 million and up. If you thought American castles didn’t exist, check out these homes for sale.
The house was built in 1932 at the tail end of Prohibition, and surprisingly, a hidden bar isn’t that unusual in elaborate homes of that time period.
There was little to no chance a bomb would be dropped in Fort Pierce, FL during the Cold War. But that didn’t stop 30-inch-thick steel-reinforced concrete from being poured in the middle of St. Lucie County.
This gorgeous estate in Tennessee has traditional-style exterior architecture that makes its ultra-modern wine cellar inside quite a surprise.
Wanted: A homeowner with a dedication to history and lighthouses, willing to do a little renovation and, of course, live on a home set three miles offshore.