Fine, it's actually $10.995 million. But according to real estate website Zillow, Tavern Island's 3.5-acre property was "allegedly named for its use as a speakeasy during Prohibition." So that's...
Selling your $400,000 house in Houston's most desirable neighbourhood for $150 and an essay seems like a pretty illogical move – until you consider how this couple is taking very innovative approach to real estate that'll probably fetch them more than market value
When you're named best in the province, you know you're doing something right. Especially when it comes to being named the best building design, ‘cause our country certainly has more than enough being constructed right now
A new report by Christie’s International Real Estate ranks the Toronto luxury real estate market as the hottest in the world. While the sale of luxury homes has slowed down nine of the other world’s top property markets, Toronto saw a 37 per cent increase in luxury home sales for 2014
One of Vancouver’s rare ‘thin homes,’ which were built on half-lots, has sold for $1.35 million. The dollhouse-like home – which is just 12 feet wide – is believed to be the last of its kind and makes the most of every inch
So you've finally got a group together, you're ready to book flights, and you're trying to find the perfect escape. We've already given you 14 amazing cities to visit this year, and now we're giving you 14 of the best Airbnbs apartments you can rent in them
It's hard to call moving into a $25 million West Village apartment a "downgrade," but what else can you call it when you're leaving behind a $7,600 penthouse triplex at New York City's most coveted address?
A family is pretty much living your childhood dream in a luxury tree house that’s fit for royalty. The “Living the Highlife Tree House” is complete with a trap door, swinging rope bride, zip line, and an assault course. Oh, and it also looks like a castle
Five million probably sounds like a lot. But in the biggest city in Canada, it's (sadly) often as high as you have to go to discover some truly drool-worthy properties. And that's exactly what we did find
France is up to some pretty progressive things as of late. First, they sought to ban anorexic-looking models. Now, the country is getting a little greener. In a law passed yesterday, all new commercial buildings must now be partially covered by plants or solar panels