With custom bookcases and an abundance of cozy nooks, this listing is unsurprisingly a book lover’s dream.
Author: Gabrielle Ambrose
It didn't take long for someone to snap up the entertainment trailblazer's glassy pied-à-terre.
While still staggering in price, the amended contract grants the coastal Fairfield County town a discount of roughly $15 million.
Picking up this perch with dazzling views of Central Park in 1986, the designer is now selling as she spends more time at Italy and Florida properties.
Purchasing the lush property in 2003, the 'Full House' star and comedian renovated it and then called it home for almost 20 years.
The historic Greenridge Cottage’s original owners were one of the area’s earliest summer residents.
These takeaways are especially true in warm-weather locales.
Brown, the longtime partner of actor Gerard Butler, drew from Mediterranean and Moroccan styles when redesigning this multi-structure property.
The stunning interiors draw inspiration from elements within the surrounding nature preserve.
This residence is in the town's estate section and only a block from Indian Wells Beach.
The estate has an abundance of indoor/outdoor amenities and is located in an exclusive neighborhood.
Ocean views and leafy courtyards are at the forefront of this California abode, nestled behind an olive grove.
With certified LEED platinum status, this cool San Fran spread is stylishly doing its part to help the planet.
With 22,000-square-feet of living space and private amenities like a pool and running track, this really is a mansion in the sky.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Robert Couturier, and Christopher Peacock are all working on this luxury condominium destined to be iconic.
Unexpected art installations provide ample whimsy at this luxurious New York property.
This pre-Revolutionary, pink masterpiece has never been on the open market until now.
Created by NYC starchitects and skilled designers, the units are bright and luxurious.
The former 'Real Housewives of New York' star is finally moving on from this glitzy pad on Mercer Street.
At first glance, this home looks like any other drool-worthy Hidden Hills property, but as sci-fi fans know, things aren't always what they seem.
Built in 1926, this impressive home is ready to start the 21st-century roaring '20s with a new owner.
This château harkens to the residences created during the reign of King Louis XIV with ornate decor and splashy amenities.
Designed to have a seamless connection to the Hamptons landscape, this modern manse lets the great outdoors shine.
Charles Wright House is close to town and reasonably priced, making it a must-see for any history-loving, Connecticut house hunters.