Hip-hop artist Drake reportedly paid about $2.8 million for a sprawling complex in Hidden Hills, CA. The 3 acre property has a wealth of attractions, including a 12,500 square foot main house, stables, and an extraordinary swimming pool, complete with waterfall and a torch-lit grotto (top and above). To me, the home looks like an amusement park mash-up of Snow White and California Adventure’s Grizzly River Run – but hey, to each his own. I’m sure living in Disneyland can’t be all that bad.
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Hip-hop artist Drake reportedly paid about $2.8 million for a sprawling complex in Hidden Hills, CA. The 3 acre property has a wealth of attractions, including a 12,500 square foot main house, stables, and an extraordinary swimming pool, complete with waterfall and a torch-lit grotto (top and above). To me, the home looks like an amusement park mash-up of Snow White and California Adventure’s Grizzly River Run – but hey, to each his own. I’m sure living in Disneyland can’t be all that bad.


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Holy Monday, thank you Tom Phifer and Partners. Taking away our back-to-work blues this fine afternoon is a stunning modern compound in Taghkanic, NY designed by the New York-based architectural firm. Appropriately named the “Taghkanic House,” Phifer’s award-winning modern construct, which has been listed for $6.75 million, is an elaborate modern mash-up of glass and steel, but one that takes a rather ingenious, subterranean twist.

Holy Monday, thank you Tom Phifer and Partners. Taking away our back-to-work blues this fine afternoon is a stunning modern compound in Taghkanic, NY designed by the New York-based architectural firm. Appropriately named the “Taghkanic House,” Phifer’s award-winning modern construct, which has been listed for $6.75 million, is an elaborate modern mash-up of glass and steel, but one that takes a rather ingenious, subterranean twist.

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This 6-bed, 5-bath contemporary design really is a beauty. From the bucolic settings, to the fresh interiors, to the fact that the property’s 1.4 acres is zoned for horses, this house has ample ability to make jaws drop. Set in the canyons above Los Angeles, CA, the home was designed to make the most of its peaceful surroundings. The outdoors are warmly welcomed in through abundant windows and semi-transparent fiberglass walls, which admit light while still preserving privacy.

This 6-bed, 5-bath contemporary design really is a beauty. From the bucolic settings, to the fresh interiors, to the fact that the property’s 1.4 acres is zoned for horses, this house has ample ability to make jaws drop. Set in the canyons above Los Angeles, CA, the home was designed to make the most of its peaceful surroundings. The outdoors are warmly welcomed in through abundant windows and semi-transparent fiberglass walls, which admit light while still preserving privacy.

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Leave it to celebrated organic architect Bart Prince to liven up an otherwise dull Tuesday. Newly listed in Santa Fe, NM is one of the Albuquerque-based designer’s more angular constructs, a triangular manifestation known as the Glorieta House. Previously been profiled in Architectural Digest, the stunning property blends itself to its picturesque, red rock backdrop much like a chameleon to its surroundings. And rightfully so, as the $1.495 million home just so happens to have been built on a site of historical importance, which has been detailed on the Glorieta House’s very own website.

Leave it to celebrated organic architect Bart Prince to liven up an otherwise dull Tuesday. Newly listed in Santa Fe, NM is one of the Albuquerque-based designer’s more angular constructs, a triangular manifestation known as the Glorieta House. Previously been profiled in Architectural Digest, the stunning property blends itself to its picturesque, red rock backdrop much like a chameleon to its surroundings. And rightfully so, as the $1.495 million home just so happens to have been built on a site of historical importance, which has been detailed on the Glorieta House’s very own website.

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In today’s installment of mid-century modern dwellings for sale, we have a delightful Buff, Straub & Hensman design that is new to the market in Beverly Hills, CA. Known as the ‘Edwards House’ – AIA President-signed letter of authenticity included – the property was designed by the trio of architect studs for a Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Edwards way back in 1959, and is now there for the taking after being listed by its current owner for $2.35 million.

In today’s installment of mid-century modern dwellings for sale, we have a delightful Buff, Straub & Hensman design that is new to the market in Beverly Hills, CA. Known as the ‘Edwards House’ – AIA President-signed letter of authenticity included – the property was designed by the trio of architect studs for a Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Edwards way back in 1959, and is now there for the taking after being listed by its current owner for $2.35 million.

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If you’d have told me that there was a medieval-like castle, complete with gargoyles, spires and other gothic treasures, located in Denver, CO, I would have thought that the altitude had gone straight to your brain. But shame on me for not knowing that that’s exactly where Baron Walter Von Richthofen, the uncle and godfather of the legendary WWI fighter pilot known as the ‘Red Baron’, decided to build his towering stone manor in 1887. Referred to as ‘The Richthofen Castle’, the national landmark has now hit the market and can be had for $3.75 million - a pretty modest price tag all things considered.

If you’d have told me that there was a medieval-like castle, complete with gargoyles, spires and other gothic treasures, located in Denver, CO, I would have thought that the altitude had gone straight to your brain. But shame on me for not knowing that that’s exactly where Baron Walter Von Richthofen, the uncle and godfather of the legendary WWI fighter pilot known as the ‘Red Baron’, decided to build his towering stone manor in 1887. Referred to as ‘The Richthofen Castle’, the national landmark has now hit the market and can be had for $3.75 million - a pretty modest price tag all things considered.

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Former Los Angeles Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic is officially bidding adieu to Southern California. The headband-wearing swingman, who played for the Lakeshow from 2004-2011, is looking to wash his hands of his Rancho Palos Verdes, CA home. It makes perfect sense for Vujacic to sell his house, which can be had for $2.749 million, given that the husband to be of tennis star Maria Sherapova currently resides in Turkey where he suits up for Anadolu Efes of the Turkish Basketball League.

Former Los Angeles Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic is officially bidding adieu to Southern California. The headband-wearing swingman, who played for the Lakeshow from 2004-2011, is looking to wash his hands of his Rancho Palos Verdes, CA home. It makes perfect sense for Vujacic to sell his house, which can be had for $2.749 million, given that the husband to be of tennis star Maria Sherapova currently resides in Turkey where he suits up for Anadolu Efes of the Turkish Basketball League.

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