Real Estrange

Real Estrange: If walls could talk
Real Estrange: If walls could talk

Maxine Davis Phillips and Steve Phillips spent $32 million renovating the Georgian-style home, which is on the grounds of a former stop on the underground railroad and later served as home to a group of Franciscan friars.

Real Estrange: Home on the range is a castle
Real Estrange: Home on the range is a castle

Moat? Drawbridge? Turret? It’s a castle alright. But, unlike most others you’ll find in Europe, this one is equipped with its own bowling alley.

Real Estrange: Getting away from it all
Real Estrange: Getting away from it all

Your only neighbors will be “the elk and deer and the stars at night,” according to the $1.495 million listing.

Real Estrange: Frank Lloyd round
Real Estrange: Frank Lloyd round

This 2,553-square-foot home in Phoenix is not a piece of history solely because it was designed by world-renowned architect

Real Estrange: Housing with a pioneer spirit
Real Estrange: Housing with a pioneer spirit

This fully functional 2-bedroom, historic log cabin, built circa 1927-1929 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, would make Abe Lincoln proud.

Real Estrange: Hitting the road at home
Real Estrange: Hitting the road at home

These 250-square-foot dwellings are a perfect fit for those with a minimalist lifestyle and a taste for the open road.

Real Estrange: Erin go green
Real Estrange: Erin go green

A wood stove heats the structure, and residents rely on a rainwater collection system for even greater self-sufficiency.

If 6 feet apart isn’t enough …
If 6 feet apart isn’t enough …

Listed at $294,000, the historic 1894 Wolf Trap Lighthouse includes a picturesque 0.68-acre lot on the shore of Horn Harbor in Port Haywood, Virginia, for easy access (as long as you have a boat).

Real Estrange: Nightclub is the new ballroom
Real Estrange: Nightclub is the new ballroom

This historic landmark contains a ballroom that’s been turned into a super-chic nightclub. The 9-bedroom, 7.5-bath home, listed at $21.8 million, was inspired by a small château on the grounds of the Palace of Versailles in France.

Hill Country architect’s delight
Hill Country architect’s delight

The home will dazzle residents and visitors alike with unique details such as its kitchen wall made of lichen-speckled tree bark and kitchen island topped with white macaubas quartzite.

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