unusual homes

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    Celebrity Gods Have Partied at This Newly Listed Miami ‘Temple’

    “The Temple House” has hosted One Direction, Jennifer Lopez, Jay-Z, and the Kardashians, to name a few.

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    For Sale: A ‘Slightly Haunted’ Home

    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.

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    These Homes Could Be Your Castle

    Ever dreamed of living in a castle? You’re in luck! These stone residences are for sale.

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    Homes We’re Grateful For

    We’re counting our blessings — in terms of real estate.

  5. Dome home

    House of the Week: Colorful Domes in Sedona

    It was built to withstand tornadoes, hurricanes and fires, but even more than that, it was built to stand out.

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    House of the Week: A Seattle Home Built Out of Spite

    This little sliver of a home was built out of pure spite.

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    House of the Week: Castle Ruins for Sale in Upstate New York

    This unusual home was built in 1935 by the reclusive Bouck White, a potter and Socialist activist.

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    House of the Week: Former Jail Turned Residence for Sale

    For those that imagine owning a place with bars and literally cell-like bedrooms, there’s a place in Indiana for you.

  9. Menkick House

    House of the Week: Boulder, CO Home Built on a Boulder

    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.

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    House of the Week: Florida Beach House Comes With Cadillac Bar

    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.

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    Live Like Royalty in These Castle Homes

    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.

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    Author’s Home for Sale Includes Hidden Bar

    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.

  13. Fort Pierce Bomb Shelter

    Bomb Shelter or Ultimate Man Cave?

    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.

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    House of the Week: Out-There Wine Cellar

    This gorgeous estate in Tennessee has traditional-style exterior architecture that makes its ultra-modern wine cellar inside quite a surprise.

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    House of the Week: Lighthouse in Chesapeake Bay

    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.