This 74-foot “land yacht” in Au Gres, Michigan takes the meaning of “houseboat” to a whole new level.
This passive-solar structure will have its new owner giving a high-five to Mother Earth, due to the structure’s energy-efficient design.
Known as “The Bubble House,” this 11-dome residence is a real one-of-a-kind for just 1.5 million Australian dollars ($1.1 million).
A small single-family house stands in the middle of a huge construction project in Coral Gables. The $600 million commercial development is the largest in the city’s history.
Unassuming on the outside, but a world of wonder inside — a walk through this $325,000 home in downtown St. Louis is an adventure in and of itself.
This ultramodern $3 million home in Potomac, Maryland, is all drama from exterior to interior, with a drop-level dining room, slanted floor-to-ceiling windows, multiple kitchens and intricately tiled, geometric-shaped rooms.
No, this mind-blowing house is not an optical illusion — it’s a geodesic dome home that would make Buckminster Fuller proud.
This newly renovated condo in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood takes open concept living to a whole new level.
This German Catholic church and adjoining schoolhouse, built in the late 19th century, has been converted to a B&B, event hall and duplex — it even comes with its own fully functioning restaurant.
The structure, built in 1883, won the 2017 Archie Award for restoration and includes a blend of original and new features, such as reclaimed barn beams and restored original cherry wood floors.