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Rising sea levels could reshape the real estate landscape—literally and figuratively. TWEET A new report published in Nature Climate Change postulates rising sea levels could displace millions of Americans, projecting figures substantially higher than previous estimates. The report submits that 4.2 million...

  Looking for a unique space for your corporate relocation? This basket-shaped Ohio building may be the perfect fit. Ideal for picnic and weaving fans alike, this eccentric structure was originally built in 1997 for the Newark, Ohio-based Longaberger Company, a creator of—you guessed it—high quality handcrafted baskets. But now the company is financially...

Have you ever dreamed of owning your very own Bed and Breakfast? Your dream could now become reality! In an area known for its historic architecture, the Silas W. Robbins House of 1873 stands as one of the great period homes in Connecticut. A masterful 6-year restoration (2001-07) resulted in a lavish transformation that preserved the timeless elegance of this distinguished...

Photos (here and below) courtesy of TopTenRealEstateDeals.com In a city famous for its fabulous food, music and art, New Orleans also has some of the most colorful homes in the world – many with legends that are even more interesting than the homes themselves. Encompassing everything from French Quarter cast-iron balconies and colorful court yards such as the Gardette-LePretre...

Celebrity real estate is a high-paced world of wheeling and dealing. Over the past 10 years, plenty of famous faces have scored big or lost out in attempts to secure (or sell!) the home of their dreams.  To help commemorate its 10th anniversary, Zillow put together this list of some of the hottest homes that have come and gone as these stars vied to scratch their...

Home is where the heart is…not. Spite houses—homes built to draw the ire of onlookers—have been a gesture of contempt for centuries, directed toward neighbors, local authorities, developers and other adversaries left wondering, “Where’s the love?” Take a look at some of the most obnoxious spite homes below. Turns out good fences don’t make good neighbors! 

We're going to say that again: it has its own lazy river! This Mediterranean-style Poway, Calif. estate (more photos below) located in the Maderas Golf Club is its own luxury resort and home all in one. In addition to floating around their own compound, its new buyers can go to work in their on-site gym or hit the basketball court or full-sized baseball field without...

Visiting the iconic Playboy Mansion is a pipe dream to many, let alone having a chance to own it. Well now that pipe dream could become a reality and the mansion could be yours...if you have $200 million. Hugh Hefner's playtime palace hit the market this week, seeking the right buyer to own the legendary home of Playboy's original playboy and publisher, who bought...

Michelangelo's Italian home sits above the rolling hills of Tuscany.  All photos courtesy of: TopTenRealEstateDeals.com Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni’s products range from sculptures to painting, poetry, engineering and architectural design, through the refinement of the High Renaissance and into the artistic age of Mannerism. He is considered by many...

When NBA superstar Michael Jordan bought his estate in 1991, it was a groundbreaking purchase that shocked the world of celebrity real estate. Located just outside of Chicago, Legend Point was massive - 56,000 square feet, to be exact. It's a mega-mansion with nine bedrooms, five fireplaces, a putting green, a tennis court, a regulation basketball court, and much,...