The price of this East End rental is steep, but so is the architectural prestige.
Author: Annika Holmberg
The famous painter owned this unique, treehouse-like residence from 1973 to 1995.
Design lovers and history buffs will all get their fill at this vibrant listing reimagined by Molly Hirsch.
Armstrong pioneered this artful passion project in 2008 and set it on the waterfront site of his family's former summer home.
While it retains its history and stately presence, the magnificent estate recently received artful updates at the hands of the seller.
It was a great labor of love to convert a worn-down print works spot into a contemporary house with a stellar energy-efficiency rating.
The 1928-built spread is as artful and fun as the sunny city it sits in.
A relaxed, welcoming three-bedroom right by the Santa Monica Pier, what could be better for a taste of classic SoCal living?
It's one of the most expensive rentals currently available in New York City.
After an extensive remodel, the historic house is so clean and bright that it might feel more like you're on the coast of California.
This is far from the only New York residence connected to the Roosevelts.
Overall, the residence embraces a traditional New England vernacular, but with a few exciting surprises.
Might a real-life billionaire scoop up this dramatic, sky-high pad recently featured in the hit series?
It's one of only three Wright-designed structures in the state, but also one of the largest homes the legendary architect ever created.
Only a handful of families have owned this airy townhouse that was built over 170 years ago when the neighborhood was developing.
Even the laundry room is a work of art at this eclectic residence up for sale fully furnished.
This 19th-century home is yet another historic Hudson Valley gem with star power.
With this opulent Belgravia listing, living like a royal actually does have a price tag.
The Nobel prize-winning author's family just passed along the quiet, coastal property where he wrote at least two novels.
The circa-1930 estate was once home to the Pratt family of the Pratt Institute and Standard Oil.
If you loved the scenery in 'Where the Crawdad Sings,' perhaps a coastal Carolina getaway like this that embraces nature is in your future.
This new-old home dates back to the 1850s, but was recently reborn thanks to an artful gut renovation by the renowned architect.
The beloved comedian and his wife built this L.A. sanctuary in 1939, but now it will be legendary for an additional reason.
If members of the Gilded Age's high society lived in 2023 New York City, they would likely find this revamped building created by William Waldorf Astor up to snuff.