Not all homes are made equal, and top our list of the most out-there this year.
In a city like New York, space is a real luxury. That makes this 7,000 square foot a true one-of-a-kind home. Lavish in the club's history (with former members including Andy Warhol and Al Pacino) while enjoying more space than any of your neighbors.
Recognize this Brooklyn stunner? That's because it's been featured on shows like "Girls" and "Saturday Night Live." Despite its newfound fame, has been meticulously restored to honor its original grandeur.
is a work of art in itself. It features traditionally high-end touches like beamed ceilings and wide-planked floors, with surprising elements like colorful deer heads and jungle-themed wallpaper.
Think was decorated by a retro-obsessed interior designer? Think again. It hasn't been redecorated since 1969, meaning the groovy decor is original and still oh-so-fabulous.
The teal trim and terra-cotta accents that surround make it a perfect fit within the famous Disney Streets neighborhood of Dallas. Looking for monochromatic neutrals? Better keep moving.
is a true product of its surroundings. The hand-painted murals reflect the lively restaurants and clubs of the French Quarter waiting just outside the front door.
Even though this castle may look like it belongs in the Scottish Highlands, it is actually a . Despite its regal facade, it has gained a reputation as an epic celebrity-party spot.
This listing could earn a spot on our list simply because of its age (an amazing 267 years!). But best-kept secret is the incredible original stone tavern in the basement.
If you're a water-lover, than may just be your dream come true. A quick dip in the pool will take you from the living room to the dining room in no time.
Who said you needed to fly to Italy to get a taste of the Tuscan sun? features lemon and fig trees, and a wine cellar fit for a master wine-maker — all along a private beach in Hilton Head.