Houses

November 16, 2017

The Simpson’s Family Home Reimagined in Different Architectural Styles

Springfield's 742 Evergreen Terrace—the suburban two-story detached residence that’s home to The Simpsons—is possibly one of the most recognizable homes on TV. The home has hardly changed since first airing in 1989, and features a garage, basement, attic, and a large garden complete with a brown picket fence. By design, the fictional family home encapsulates the American suburban stereotype.

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September 6, 2017

19 Barns Transformed into Modern Farm Fantasy Homes

With high ceilings and wide open spaces, barns have become the perfect dwellings for homeowners looking to repurpose architecture or simply live expansively. Increasingly, architects are being asked to convert barns into homes, with some homeowners even purchasing historic barn frames and relocating them to their land for a rustic, yet contemporary feel.

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August 7, 2017

One-of-a-Kind Vacation Home Sits on a Lava Bed of the World’s Most Active Volcano

Over the years we've brought you all types of unusual vacation stays, from an evening in an 18th-century French chateau to a minimalist vacation home carved inside a rock. But if you are looking for something exotic and adventurous, the Phoenix House may be for you. Located on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, thrill seekers will have a bird's eye view of the Kīlauea volcano, which has been continuously erupting since 1983.

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March 17, 2017

North America’s Tallest Single-Family Home Lets You Sleep in the Sky and It’s for Sale

North America's tallest single-family home is back on the market. The 6,200-square-foot house, called Falcon Nest, is located in Prescott, Arizona and carries a price tag of $1.5 million. And while the 124-foot-tall home isn't the tallest in the world—that honor belongs to a colossal house in India—it will still get you close to the heavens. The 3-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 10-story home was previously on sale in 2015 for $2.8 million, making the new purchasing price a steal.

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