Real Estrange

For the cliff dwellers
For the cliff dwellers

This 1,800-square-foot home in Sherman Oaks, California, seems to dangle over a cliff. Supported by stilts, the property boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and glass balcony railings that reinforce the feeling of living in the open

A piece of Chicago history and a bookworm’s paradise
A piece of Chicago history and a bookworm’s paradise

What better way to show your love of our hometown than owning a two-flat that once was home to infamous gangster Al

Real Estrange: A pipe dream, where the buffalo roam
Real Estrange: A pipe dream, where the buffalo roam

Ah, what every homeowner is looking for: a buffalo farm. After winning $180

Real Estrange: Space for your helicopter and cows
Real Estrange: Space for your helicopter and cows

This farm, which sits off the coast of the Pacific Ocean, comes with two Spanish-style villas, an avocado and persimmon farm, and 120 cows.

Real Estrange: A brick beauty, space for your helicopter and cows
Real Estrange: A brick beauty, space for your helicopter and cows

This old power plant in Astoria, Oregon, was recently converted into a residence with an industrial farmhouse

Real Estrange: Prepared for anything; Small place, huge price
Real Estrange: Prepared for anything; Small place, huge price

Prepared for anything Those who fear the end is near might be interested in this apocalypse prepper’s paradise, on

Real Estrange: A gorgeous grotto; hot property
Real Estrange: A gorgeous grotto; hot property

A gorgeous grotto This property in Coconut Grove, Florida, is a water-themed paradise. The windows of the wine cellar,

Real Estrange: Waste not; want not, a binding contract
Real Estrange: Waste not; want not, a binding contract

Waste not; want not On the market for $3.475 million, this Alamo, California, home gives a new name to

Real Estrange: Famous designer — and redesigner, Live like Lincoln
Real Estrange: Famous designer — and redesigner, Live like Lincoln

Famous designer — and redesigner It’s not often you come across a listing for which both the architect and

Real Estrange: Pining for home, Best of the west
Real Estrange: Pining for home, Best of the west

Perhaps it’s time to upgrade your childhood getaway? This 5.5-ton, pine cone-shaped treehouse constructed by designer and builder Dustin

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