Real Estrange

Holy house of sculptures
Holy house of sculptures

This one-of-a-kind residence that’s the former home of painter and sculptor Robert E. Kuhn can be yours for $1.5 million.

Your own fantasy island?
Your own fantasy island?

Ready to take your quarantine game to the next level? How about buying your own island?

Jailhouse rocks
Jailhouse rocks

The listing has made headlines because of the 9-cell, fully functional jail attached to the rear of the structure.

Wright house, right price
Wright house, right price

This 5-bedroom, 3-bath home is marketed by Coldwell Banker Realty as a “retreat from the chaos of city living” and a “chance to own a piece of American history.”

Catholicism meets Mediterranean
Catholicism meets Mediterranean

This 2,544-square-foot, 1-bedroom former house of the holy in Weyauwega, Wisconsin, is featured on uniquefinds.com for $274,900.

Real Estrange: School’s out forever
Real Estrange: School’s out forever

Clients not ready to buy? UWM officials say they’re willing to lease it, too.

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 Frank Lloyd Wright, but also because it was designed for Wright’s own son and daughter-in-law, David and Gladys Wright.

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