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Grey Gardens, the former home of Jackie O's eccentric aunt and cousin, Big and Little Edie Beale, is perhaps the most peculiar home in East Hampton, adding a slice of strange history to this ritzy Long Island area. The house where future first lady Jacqueline Bouvier would gallivant as a child soon turned into a mere shell of itself, dilapidated and rundown by...

Do you ever dream of living in a mega mansion with a swimming pool-sized bathtub and a guest house that can fit a football team? Of course you do. Whether you want to walk the halls where celebs once clicked their heels, or prep a meal in a gourmet kitchen ripe for a Cooking Channel reality show, we've all day dreamed about what we would do with an epic living situation. Unfortunately,...

Fresh out of the (cake) box is the Betty Crocker House, now on the market for $675,000. The Cape Cod-style confection, located in Norwell, Mass., was home to Janette Kelley, one of the first contributors of cookbooks and recipes to Betty Crocker, a brand with a persona cooked up by advertisers. (Consider our soufflé deflated.) The antique house is far from cookie-cutter....

Are you a fan of secrets? How about PostSecret—the blog-turned-book(s) that has been gaining thousands of fans since 2005? Now the family home of PostSecret creator Frank Warren is on the market, and for only $599k, you can make the home your own. (Warren and co. are off to dreamy California—do we smell a PS film in the making?) Secret moves aside, Warren's charming...

By Marlena Stoddard DIY enthusiasts from around the world are learning that renovating something old is far better than buying new. TWEET Home building used to be an art, and it is important for our neighborhoods that we preserve history rather than bulldozing it for a new, cheap house. While new buildings...

Fans of famed troubadour James Taylor, rejoice. You can now live in the star's childhood home. Well, if you win it at auction, that is. The sweet North Carolina spot is currently on the market, with bids due by 3 p.m. on June 29. With a sleek, modern look, the home and guest house—built in 1952—incorporate the work of three renowned architects: George Matsumoto,...

  It’s not the first time that an entire American town has gone on the auction block, but it might be the most unusual. Sugar Grove Station, W.Va. was originally a United States Navy military base to support part of the National Security Agency’s surveillance operation. Though the array of giant parabolic dishes that continue to track location and content...

All photos by toptenrealestatedeals.com "Piano Man" Billy Joel just turned 67 and is still performing every month at his favorite house, New York City’s Madison Square Garden, which is always sold out months in advance. At a million dollars a month, it’s not a bad gig and affords him plenty of time to lay back and enjoy his life at his Tudor mansion on Oyster...

Mood rings change color as our finger temperature fluctuates—this house changes color with the tap of a finger TWEET. Behold the Mood Ring House, a rainbow spectacle outfitted with LED lamps that reflect the owner’s disposition at night. The single-family home, located in Fayetteville, Ark., was conceived...

This 7 bedroom, 9 bathroom, home located in Beverly Hills stretches over a sleek 11,300 square feet. Designed in 1953 by famed mid-century modern architect, Gregory Ain, the Hollywood house sits on an acre of wooded ground just a stone's throw from the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel, allowing you to rub elbows with A-listers from the comfort of your own neighborhood. Even...