Located in Newport, Rhode Island, the imposing brick building started life as a fire station in 1887.
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The Kennedy family used to summer at Wildmoor, a shingled East Hamptons house a few blocks from the ocean.
Ai Weiwei’s only U.S. residence includes a 3,500-square-foot main house, a Y-shaped guest house, and a serene pool.
Designed by prolific local architect Frank Weise, this boxy white home has a ton of original features.
Pops of green balance wide-plank wooden floors in this just-listed artist’s retreat.
Once billed as a teardown, this 1963 home has been renovated with a fresh take on midcentury style.
Part of an archipelago of more than 100 islands, Jepson Island comes with a cottage, dock, and mooring.
At this barn home in Nebraska, farmhouse style meets Western flair.
Built to resemble a Loire Valley castle, this historic chateaux features a chauffeur’s waiting room, a sewing room, darkroom, coatcheck room, and more.
The goal of the unusual siding is to create a facade that will age and "develop a patina that reflects time through material changes."
This bright and airy 3,000-square-foot retreat balances a plethora of white with indigo blue and reclaimed wood.
The home features hand-hewn beams, stone construction, and expansive windows that let the outdoors in.
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In this three-bedroom Utah home, walls of glass are balanced by warm mahogany.
Nestled into the hillside, the two-story home features original stone walls, sun-shading overhangs, and a cantilevered staircase that leads to a reflection pool.
Located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, this five-bedroom house features a new addition with guest suite and rooftop patio.
This four-bedroom home in Palm Springs was built in 1962 for Walt Disney and his wife, Lillian.
Designed by architect Rick Joy, the award-winning house is surrounded by serene woods and pastures.
First constructed in 1910, the home received a mid-1950s remodel that added midcentury style to the mix.
A 2002 renovation got rid of wall-to-wall carpeting in this North Carolina home, and the owners found pristine vintage teal tile underneath.