A Sunny New Orleans Home That Will Make You Smile

We love a home that can make even the dreariest day a little brighter, and this New Orleans cottage (which we spotted on Curbed) is exactly that. It works its

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This Historical Home Could Be Yours for $1

Skip the vending machine today. How about a farmhouse instead? The circa 1850 Cotton-Ropkey House in Indianapolis is being sold for just $1, on one condition — that it be

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Here’s How Much You Need to Make to Buy a Home Right Now

It’s long been a cliché that owning a home is part of the American dream. But with the housing market the way it is, could that dream be an outdated

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Pretend You’re Rapunzel in This Dreamy Carriage House

Like most multimillion dollar homes, this impressive Maine carriage house (it once sheltered horses, wagons, and sleighs for the nearby Norumbega Castle), comes with all the fancy-schmancy bells and whistles.

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Step Inside This Charming Pennsylvania Dutch Farmhouse

If you’ve ever daydreamed about living out your life surrounded by a bucolic countryside, classic red barns, and the cozy nooks and crannies of a rustic farmhouse, it might be

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A Century-Old Cottage Has All the Right Modern Touches

The best kind of historic homes strike a delicate balance between preserving the old and indulging in the new. This renovated New Orleans cottage, which we spotted on Curbed, hits

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There’s a Historic Home Behind This Door

When most of us think of our dream home, the words “entrapment vestibule,” “blast door,” and “escape hatch,” probably don’t come to mind. But when you live in a Cold-War

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Step Inside This Dreamy Painted Lady

When it comes to interior design, we’re quite fickle in our tastes. Shabby-chic cabins, modern farmhouses, and even midcentury style all make us swoon. So when we spied this extra

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These Real Estate Photos Are So Awful They’re Hilarious

A picture is worth a thousand words — and this is especially true in the world of real estate. Sure, you don’t always know until you physically go to what

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