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An English Country Home in Connecticut
This enormous Greenwich, Conn., estate offers a taste of the English Renaissance with modern updates and comfort. The 16,000-square-foot Tudor manor is nestled in an English park landscape.
2015 House of the Year
After more than 600,000 votes, readers crown their favorite: The Florida home that sold for $1 and traveled across a bay.
Builders' New Power Play: Net-Zero Homes
Net-zero homes that generate more electricity in a year than they use are going mainstream, if the home-building industry has anything to do with it.
Larger Home-Builders Show Reflects Industry Optimism
Sales of new and existing homes were lackluster last year, but there is an air of optimism running through this year?s gathering of home builders, contractors and suppliers at the home-building industry?s annual convention in Las Vegas.
Housing Starts End Year Solidly, Up 4.4%
A burst of groundbreakings for single-family homes last month offered hope a key segment of the housing market is revving up after years of malaise.
In Elmsford, It Takes a Village With History
The diverse and relatively affordable community of Elmsford in New York?s Westchester County enjoys many perks of its small size.
New York Real-Estate Firms Tap Chinese Brokers
Most of New York City?s largest real-estate firms have hired Chinese nationals as a growing number of Chinese believe New York condominiums and other properties to be a safe place to invest.
Push for Development at Teleport Complex
New York City Economic Development Corp. plans to seek proposals to develop an 18-acre parcel in Staten Island?s Teleport, an 80-acre campus of office buildings and data centers.
Table Settings That Set High Expectations
To create a memorable dining experience, take inspiration from the new wave of ?culinary happenings??parties that push tabletop design to new heights.
Perk Up Your Home With a Bolt of Color
Pale, minimalist Scandi-inspired interiors are starting to smack of limited imagination?it?s time to bring back color, exuberance and drama.
Millennials Yearn for Homes in the Suburbs
New survey shows Generation Y prefers to live in single-family homes outside the urban center, even if they currently reside in the city.
Alexander Wang Debuts a Furniture Collection for Poltrona Frau
A year after taking the helm at Balenciaga, the fashion designer tries his hand at furniture design with a three-piece collection for the Italian brand Poltrona Frau.
A Napa Valley Estate for $27.5 Million
A 12,000-square-foot Napa Valley on 40 acres rates high with readers in Mansion?s House of the Year voting.
A Tiny Cabin With a Big Price Tag
A small cabin in Idaho, listed for $2.5 million, rates high with readers in Mansion?s House of the Year voting.
Asia's House of the Year
This cliff-style home on the island of Phuket has open Thai-style pavilions and big views of the Andaman Sea
Europe's House of the Year
This 19th-century villa outside Florence, Italy holds many memories for the family who owns it
The Look of Lacquer
In a Paris workshop, a granddaughter takes up the family business; applying layers of luxury to objects from lamps to wall paneling.
Some of the Hottest Homes in the U.S.
Three homes for sale that offer an oasis in the desert areas of Arizona, New Mexico and California
Low Down Payments = Higher Rates
Few lenders require private mortgage insurance on jumbo mortgages. But jumbo borrowers who put little money down will pay more in another way: higher interest rates.
Motor Courts Take Manhattan
A number of luxury condo buildings under construction in New York plan to offer spacious old-world motor courts.
The Work Ethic of Daydreaming
Billy Gardell of ?Mike & Molly? recalls his bumpy childhood in Pittsburgh and Florida
Site of Tragedy Now a Home to Luxury
The Pennsylvania estate where millionaire John du Pont murdered an Olympic wrestler has been razed and remade into a development with million-dollar homes.
Latest Style: Home Hair Salons
For both convenience and privacy, homeowners are installing personal salons, complete with hair-washing basins, stylist chairs, manicure stations and even massage tables.
Revel Casino's Sale to Developer Can Proceed, Says Judge
A federal judge denied a request by the restaurants, night clubs and other tenants of Atlantic City, N.J.?s Revel Casino Hotel to temporarily halt the sale of the boardwalk property to a Florida developer.
Foreign Real-Estate Developers Hit U.S.
Foreign investors are increasingly getting in on the ground floor of development projects they hope will become the next Rockefeller Center or Chrysler Building.