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The spacious terrace has ample space for dining alfresco. It is hard to imagine the home’s decor without the thousands of
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Samantha DeBianchi is the young, thoughtful, business minded real estate professional who quickly grew her real estate business in front of millions of viewers on Bravo's Million Dollar Listing Miami.
“They’ve obviously been through a lot in their life already."
Credit: Alexander Synaptic / Flickr Situated in the mountains of Lake Como, Italy, this 1800s mansion comes with a sad tale
A stay in a historic mansion-turned-hotel sounds particularly cozy. And sorry North America, South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia (Antarctica, you were never in the running), but nowhere does a stunning estate better than Europe.
If you had to pick one, which would you choose?
"Mansionization" is the name given to the increasingly common practice of tearing down a smaller house and building a much larger, more expensive one on the same lot, often to the detriment of next-door neighbors who suddenly find themselves deprived of sun, views, and privacy by the new mansion now looming over them.
Getting to know Newport, Rhode Island, is -- how should I put this? -- just a bit different from touring around other famous resorts. You were thinking a quick walk-through of The Breakers or another summer mansion? Think again.
Ever wonder what it would cost to live like a king in Tony Stark's cliffside Malibu pad? Or maybe like a pampered prince in Richie Rich's mammoth estate? It's no secret that the homes you see on screen are just the facades used for filming, but we put an estimate on the cost of these palaces.
Back in 1927 Oscar G. Mayer the son of Oscar F. Mayer used the family’s processed meat moola to move into this mansion just a stone’s throw from Lake Michigan and lived in the home until the mid 1960s
From Mansion hopping to drinking to beach parties and discussing art and philosophy, below are some of the highlights from my Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 experience.
we can't go back in time, but we can try to emulate the Downton Abbey vibe by visiting England's most stunning hotels -- housed in the former manors and estates of the country's elite.
2. The bigger you go, the harder it is to sell. Unfortunately for you, not everyone wants to live large. When you purchase
Saratoga Springs in upstate New York may be best known to many as home to a world famous race track for thoroughbred horses, the second oldest in the United States that began its long life in 1863.
Newport feels halfway like a field trip to the past and halfway like being a part of a museum of what once existed. Its mansions stay intact, though mostly open for public tourism, giving the town a stately appearance.