A house set on a secluded six acres of land is a rustic hideaway in Grand Rapids, Iowa. The Gazette reports that the property used to be the site of the old Cherry-Burrell Co. farm, which is now known as Evergreen Packaging Equipment, but now it is a quiet residential property.
Homeowners who are privileged enough to own a vacation property often are on the lookout for the features and technology upgrades that will boost a space from everyday comfort to divine den of relaxation. A vacation property exists to act like an abode of peace - to let a person escape from the stresses of everyday life.
A Colorado Springs home listed as for sale is gaining interest because of the numerous cosmetic and structural additions included in the property.
A custom home has recently been listed as for sale in the Bay Area. The San Rafael house, located at 226 Bayview Drive, overlooks the bay and features a number of high-quality characteristics.
A new residential development in the middle of Manhattan is aiming to provide future homeowners with breathtaking views and luxurious comfort. Real Estate Weekly reports that the latest property to make a splash on the New York City skyline is located about a black and a half west of Union Square Park.
In the quiet town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, a traditional, Colonial-styled home has been placed on the market.
In Boston's South End, a residential property mixes old-world charm and new, modern technologies. Boston Herald reports that the four-story building was built in 1898 and has served as a boarding house for nurses, the home of the Women's Municipal League and recently a halfway house.
An end-unit townhouse in Coquitlam's Worthing Green complex spent only four days on the market before it was snatched up by an eager buyer. The Vancouver Sun reports that the recently built four-bedroom home is spacious and has 2,529-square-feet of living space.
Sometimes renovations can help make a property a home. An Arlington, Ohio, homeowner purchased a tiny property in 1994, and years later, after marrying her now husband, Lynn Gay-Roedel and Jeff Roedel had a decision to make. Would they stay in her small home or would they search for a new place together?
A Baltimore mansion is wowing prospective homeowners with its views and luxury features. CBS Baltimore reports that the waterfront home is behind a locked gate and is so large that the real estate company had to charter a helicopter flight for the photographer to take a photo of the estate.