Megan Barber is the news editor at Curbed. As the former editor of Curbed Ski, she explored mountain towns in search of great stories and epic snow. Now, Megan writes about everything from campers to shipping container homes to traveling with kiddos, with a special eye for under-the-radar destinations. Based in Denver, you'll find Megan biking the Mile High City with her husband and two kids or camping the American West in a 4x4 Sportsmobile Sprinter.
Modern Farmhouse Asking $2M in Connecticut Has Exposed Beams in Almost Every Room
Tucked into a grove of trees on 10 acres, this home blends a rustic timber facade with a more modern interior.
Frank Lloyd Wright House With Cathedral-Like Living Room Asks $2.3M
A Wright-designed Usonian just hit the market in Lake Forest, about 45 minutes north of Chicago.
Austin Mid-Century Modern With an Avocado-Green Kitchen Asks $1.6M
Located near Zilker Park in Austin, this four-bedroom ranch blends recent updates with midcentury flair.
Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home on private island now wants $10M
The posthumously-built Wright design features a cantilevered section that juts out 28 feet over the lake.
Eleanor Roosevelt’s childhood summer home in Germantown (now with a Viking stove) asks $960K
The Victorian brick building was once the guard house for a much larger Second Empire mansion located on the banks of the Hudson River.
‘Fixer Upper’ cottage has all the farmhouse touches you’d expect for $360K
Featured in season five of HGTV’s ‘Fixer Upper’, this cozy Waco cottage has plenty of Chip and Joanna’s farmhouse style.
A very ’70s home (dubbed The Funky House) asks $1.2M
The three-bedroom home was built in 1974 by George Reynoldson, an architect known for unique homes that use solar principles and salvaged materials.
Fire station turned four-story home has a functional fire pole for $3.5M
Located in Newport, Rhode Island, the imposing brick building started life as a fire station in 1887.
How to pick the best outdoor furniture at any budget
We break down the different types of outdoor furniture—like teak, aluminum, and wicker—and share over a dozen picks at various price points.
For $7.9M, pretty much your own private waterpark in Key Largo
We’ve got waterslides and fountains, cabanas and lounge chairs—all on 700 feet of Florida oceanfront.