Fifteen acres of Colorado land, with Boulder Creek running through it, is home base to this incredible four-bedroom residence. The house itself is no small slouch, with over 6000 square feet of living space.
Del Dios Ranch in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., is a magnificent redwood, glass and marble structure with foundations and framework of poured-in-place concrete commanding 360-degree views from its private hilltop location.
Multi-level clothing rods maximizes the real estate for your hanging wardrobe. Decorative touches are kept to a minimum – fresh-cut flowers and globe pendant lights – keeping all eyes on the clothing and accessories.
Golf courses and cemeteries are the biggest wastes of real estate, according to Rodney Dangerfield in “Caddyshack.” They also require a metric ton of water to keep green. Many are opting for synthetic grass instead.
Designed by Cesar Molina and Jodel Narcisse, and inspired by the Vanderbilt mansion on Miami’s Fisher Island, this magnificent Mediterranean villa spans 270 feet of prime waterfront real estate in the premier Coral Gables community.
Don’t let the backsplash area go to waste. Lean small pieces of artwork and family pictures against the backsplash to decorate your kitchen and give the space added depth, without sacrificing valuable storage or food prep real estate.
This incredible private estate sits on 66 acres in Blaine, Washington, waterfront property that backs up to the Georgia Strait. Both the San Juan and Canadian Gulf Islands are visible from the home, and the residence itself stints on no luxury.