In Greenwich, Connecticut, a 1905 colonial home has been upgraded with the latest in energy-efficient technologies.
A beachfront home in Delaware has been listed as for sale and those perusing the local housing market are intrigued by the property.
Two sizeable and iconic properties in Westport, Connecticut, have been listed for sale and purchased within the past year. Westport Now reports that two homes priced over $1 million have reached closing in 2013. This is a change, as only three homes priced over that mark have sold since 2000 - one each in 2005, 2007 and 2010.
Sometimes a homebuyer doesn't purchase a house that is move-in ready. Instead, he or she decides to buy a home that needs a little TLC.
A historic home in the high-class neighborhood of Irving Park in Chicago has recently been listed as for sale.
A home built by the infamous architect Mickey Muennig, who is known for building homes partially buried into land, has been listed as for sale.
In the picturesque North Shore of Massachusetts, a new residential complex is being welcomed in the community of Marblehead.
A luxury property high rise in New York City is gaining significant interest. The building won't be completed until 2015, yet, the 1,396-foot tower has already made $1 billion in sales.
Potential homebuyers who are combing the market in Ohio may want to take a look at a house recently listed for sale in Green Bank. The Pocahontas Times reports that a home built in 2005 features a number of characteristics that any person might enjoy.
In Wellesley, Massachusetts, a home that was designed for entertaining has recently been listed for sale.