Megan Barber is the news editor at Curbed. As the former editor of Curbed Ski, she explored mountain towns in search of great stories and epic snow. Now, Megan writes about everything from campers to shipping container homes to traveling with kiddos, with a special eye for under-the-radar destinations. Based in Denver, you'll find Megan biking the Mile High City with her husband and two kids or camping the American West in a 4x4 Sportsmobile Sprinter.
Set on two acres of forests in Wisconsin, this five-bedroom house was constructed in 1906.
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Seattle architect George Suyama remodeled this 1913 carriage house into a sleek, airy abode.
The updated Palm Desert home captures 1950s vibes with vintage appliances, globe lighting, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
This four-bedroom beauty was the first commission of the late John Volk, an architect known for lavish design.
The 1958 home boasts all of architect William Krisel’s trademark features: a low-slung roof, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and indoor-outdoor living.
While some vacation retreats opt for quaint shutters and southern charm, this contemporary home—built in 2015—is inspired by ship building.