The neat rows of house in the highlands of Issaquah, Washington, seem like any other suburb around the country.
A residence in Wellesley, Massachusetts, was recently put on the market, as the 1895 home recently underwent a renovation that included the installation of a radiant heating system and a water softener.
A Menlo Park, California couple decided to go against the grain when making an addition to their home, as they decided to dig down to create more space instead of building up.
The Westmoreland County Historical Society is opening the doors of several important and historic buildings to local residents during a two-day celebration of the area's rich cultural traditions.
Each year the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa, Canada, hosts a Dream of a Lifetime Lottery in which a lucky family will win a home as part of a revenue-generating contest for the organization.
A zero-energy townhouse complex in Issaquah, Washington, features a combination of modern technologies in order to acheive a completely sustainable existence.
An Italianate Mansard home in Winchester, Massachusetts, that has been extensively restored features a significant addition as part of the project.
A newly constructed Brooklyn, New York apartment has been put on the market for a young couple looking to move into the convenient area right outside of Manhattan.
The historic Gordon Hall, the former home of Judge Samuel Dexter, has been the target of a potential restoration project for the Dexter Area Historical Society.
A Kinderhook, New York house that was built in 2007 has been put on the market. Located 20 miles south of Albany, the small town features scenic views and a quaint center village.