A one-bedroom penthouse apartment with panoramic views of Montreal is on the market for $1,866,400.
A converted schoolhouse in Bridgewater Corners, Vt.; a two-bedroom co-op in Chicago; and a two-bedroom houseboat in Portland, Ore.
A secluded mill has been transformed into a site for weeklong vacation packages themed around French cooking, architecture, art or bike rides through the Loire countryside.
It adds convenience, privacy and security. And the oversize door is handy for moving big objects in or out. One owner even turned his garage into a music room.
There are plenty of opportunities for cut-rate quality-of-life enhancements for co-ops and condominiums.
When Nick Kravitz and his wife, Hongyu Adella Lin-Kravitz, decided they wanted to move to a bigger home, they took months shopping for homes and neighborhoods.
Norwood, which suffered neglect in the 1980s and ’90s, is once again sprucing itself up. Its roads, with steep grades and closely packed wood-frame houses, almost recall San Francisco’s.
Images of a one-bedroom apartment located in a former factory in Montreal.
Moulin Bregéon, a property in the Loire Valley of France, has been turned into a small inn.
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Screened from all but the envious eyes of aerial neighbors, the backyard is the most counterintuitive of New York spaces.
Eight stories above Broadway and 97th Street, construction is near completion on three little houses that sit atop a turn-of-the-century apartment building.
Rose Cirigliano has turned her 320-square-foot efficiency apartment into a survivors’ camp where every item has a reason for being, or else.
Now, at the most unlikely of times, a neighborhood organization in Hartford is taking advantage of the current spike in foreclosures to buy up deteriorating bank-owned properties.
A free Web site enables anyone — including prospective buyers and sellers, brokers and neighbors — to check a location for health hazards lurking underground.
Images of a Colonial-style house in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
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