Author: Diane di Costanzo

For affluent architecture lovers in search of a unique vacation, this rental could be the chance of a lifetime.

Oodles of water views, splashes of chic style, and loads of luxury make the New England property a strong contender for affluent buyers.

Those who stay away from cookie-cutter residences and instead seek quirky real estate finds will love this home with its own three-story silo.

Like a real-life doll house, the historic residence exudes charm on the outside but is full of modern delights for foodies inside.

The magazine-worthy estate defined by its red brick exterior and interior charm has been refreshed by architect David Dumas.

Within the classic and hospitable manor, you'll find perks like a wine cellar, bunkroom, pizza oven, and more.

From perfecting the open-plan interiors to putting in a pool, the seller took the time to really revitalize this circa-1964 home for the next owner.

An entertainer's delight, it features perks like a 300-bottle wine cellar and a newly-constructed fieldstone pool house.

Architect Stephen B. Jacobs and interior designer Andi Pepper crafted this spectacular spread on almost 18 acres.

Brought to life in 1921, this rare 101-year-old abode is as fabled as a storybook tale yet has swanky new updates like a helipad.

The 7,100-square-foot main house was designed by a team that included the British firm Colefax & Fowler, famed for its fabrics, wallpapers, and celebrity clients.