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Known as Hart Ranch, this rustic New York escape with everything from a pickleball facility to a horse barn is being sold by a professional golfer.
Some of these charming abodes are still for sale, while others are in the process of being snapped up.
This circa-1984 stunner will never go out of style, and neither will its sweeping views, docks, and amenities.
While the reboot films on the streets of NYC, this Old Hollywood-inspired LA condo is stealing a bit of the spotlight.
Walkable to town and unbelievably charming, this circa-1868 home might make you feel like you just stepped into Stars Hollow.
With everything from grass roof art installments to fountains to a soundproof studio, this home promises to nurture one's artistic spirit.
Built in 1915 and restored for residential use in 2016, the former church is full of dreamy details like art-glass windows and cathedral ceilings.
Designed by Barnes Coy Architects and constructed by Ben Krupinski Builder, this oceanfront masterpiece embraces views of the beach and incorporates natural elements.
Inspired by the owner's travels, this home has subtle elements that harken to the streets of London, the resorts of Puerto Rico, and beyond.
For this homeowner, a burst pipe leads to a flood of new ideas.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
At her home in East Hampton, HC&G Innovator Award honoree Martha Stewart is setting the bar higher than ever.
Known for creating the Louvre pyramid and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Pei's own home was also a treasure.
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