Author: Nancy Lewinter

With ‘90s trends coming back in style everywhere you look, from scrunchies to fanny packs, the decade’s cool architecture is more in vogue than ever.

Built in 1941 by an affluent inventor, this NYC abode's architecture and technology have always been boundary-pushing.

This 28,000-square-foot modern American palace designed by starchitect Paul McClean takes luxury to a new level.

In terms of trick or treat, this 13,000-square-foot home with slightly spooky style is definitely a treat.

Halseycot is widely known as one of the area's most iconic homes, so the chance to own it is rare indeed.

Nestled between San Francisco and Napa, the estate's location is perfect for inspiring the creative mind.