Halseycot is widely known as one of the area's most iconic homes, so the chance to own it is rare indeed.
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The monumental abode is one of the finest and priciest estates in the Boston area.
The shark is saying “I’m out” to this glamorous Los Angeles home in a coveted location.
This magnificent residence in one of NYC's most celebrated hotels offers an endless supply of luxury and style.
This high-end listing checks off all the boxes on a homeowner's dream wishlist.
From a stock trading room to a limo as part of the selling deal, the list of unique bonuses doesn’t end there.
Retired athlete to retired athlete, former Norwegian soccer player hands off a South Beach property to former NFL New England Patriots star.
Commonly known as the "Vanderbilt Mansion," Gloria Vanderbilt spent a year in this townhouse before moving to Paris with her mother, consequently after the passing of her father.
Just as the Real Housewives of New York's season 11 reunion began airing, news broke that the Bravo star's longtime Manhattan apartment found a buyer.
The bold interiors were recently revamped by renowned designer Nick Olsen.
Former triathlete and Ironman competitor finds a new place with stunning ocean views.
Live in an historic mansion in the heart of the Hamptons.
Nestled on the Upper East Side, the duplex penthouse is the epitome of style and class – fit for a socialite like Kramer.
The Queen of Ballads is reportedly the secret buyer of this midcentury spread.
The hit musician isn’t the first big name to reside here, and surely won't be the last when celebrities see the abode's stellar views.
If you were trying to ‘Beat Bobby Flay’ to buying this stunning Los Angeles home, you’ve lost out.
This Greenwich home, once owned by a Kiss bandmember, offers a professional-grade bocce court, along with pond, brook and cottage.
Famous for pitching a perfect game, this baseball veteran is now looking for the perfect sale.
Proceeds of this substantial sale will go to the late playwright's charitable foundation.
The man behind the Wee Wee potty pad, a dog bed of sorts meant to lessen the blow of an indoor accident, and he is selling his Upper East Side condo for $39.95 million
Brimming in a vast amount of history, the residence rivals that of the European buildings it aims to emulate.
The musician took a massive loss on the property, which is overflowing with unique amenities.
A traditional exterior holds colorful and whimsical interiors.
After years of struggling on the market, this Hamptons mansion is pending sale.