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An isle for Frank
An isle for Frank

There are lots of Frank Lloyd Wright homes out there, but not many of them feature private parking for your client’s helicopter. This listing actually features three properties on Petre Island, two of which were designed by the renowned

Everybody yurts, sometimes
Everybody yurts, sometimes

On a 4-acre lot in Reeds Spring, Missouri, yurt-building pioneer Bill Coperthwaite taught seminars and led the construction of two of the four circular tentlike structures that are now for sale for

A lot of history in store
A lot of history in store

This former general store, built in 1906 in Gold Hill, North Carolina, still has a ton of its original features: forest pine ceiling and floors; counters; display cases; shelving; and even an old post office. The attic has been reimagined

Keep your stash secure
Keep your stash secure

This 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath oceanfront home in Bolinas, California, has a secret. Built in 1958, the home features multiple hidden doors. One treat stashed away from public view is the wine cellar, presumably for oenophiles who don’t like to share their

Curvilinear fortress up for auction
Curvilinear fortress up for auction

Want to own Frank Lloyd Wright’s last project? The Circular Sun House, the last home design Wright worked on before he died in 1959, is hitting the auction block with no

Army strong
Army strong

Why stop at one decommissioned missile silo when you can have three? This $850,000 listing in Dillsboro, Indiana, actually includes 10 buildings alongside the trio of silos, all surrounded by an 8-foot-tall barbed-wire

Life in a museum
Life in a museum

Art collector Nancy Magoon built this contemporary mansion to display her massive art collection, but now it’s up for grabs for $16.9 million. Located in Aspen, Colorado, the three-story home sits on 4.5 acres of land and is surrounded by

Farm living in spades
Farm living in spades

This 4,500-square-foot barn located in Warwick, New York, has been converted into a 5-bedroom, 3.5-bath home complete with wide-board pine floors, high ceilings, skylights, a fireplace and wood stoves. As if that’s not enough country charm, buyers will score a

Getting emoji-tional
Getting emoji-tional

On the market for $1.75 million, this duplex made headlines as the subject of a dispute between neighbors in Manhattan Beach, California. After nearby homeowners reported the property for being posted illegally on Airbnb, the owner painted the home bright

Treehouse of luxury
Treehouse of luxury

This listing, on the market for just under $1.7 million in Quilcene, Washington, is perched in the trees high above Dabob Bay. Architect Tom Bosworth called the project his “treehouse,” and designed the home to be practically encased in glass

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