With its cinema just like the bridge of the USS Enterprise, movie nights here will take you to another galaxy.
Even Michelango would be impressed.
Taking cues from France’s Palace of Versailles, this gold-leafed 26,000-square-foot waterfront masterpiece took eight long years to create.
Complete with skeet shooting, horseback riding and elk hunting, this Colorado home has it all.
The so-called Upside Down House flips the standard home layout on its head, but it’s the forest-like surroundings that justify the price tag.
The five-property development promises unprecedented levels of security—and the first home already sold for $40 million.
Amid Another Sluggish Quarter, the Manhattan Real Estate Market Finds a $20 Million-Plus Silver Lining
Legacy contracts buoy a sense of optimism for the high-end.
It could be yours to move into—come fall—for $53.9 million.
Home of the Week: Make Clint Eastwood Your Neighbor at This Elite, Sustainable Community in Northern California
You’ll need a fistful of dollars to buy one of the remaining homesites inside this eco-friendly development.