House of the Day
This four-bedroom home in Palm Springs was built in 1962 for Walt Disney and his wife, Lillian.
Designed by architect Rick Joy, the award-winning house is surrounded by serene woods and pastures.
First constructed in 1910, the home received a mid-1950s remodel that added midcentury style to the mix.
A 2002 renovation got rid of wall-to-wall carpeting in this North Carolina home, and the owners found pristine vintage teal tile underneath.
The four-bedroom, six-bath residence sits on 57 acres just 15 minutes from downtown Sonoma.
This 93-acre alpine retreat in California recently took a $30 million price cut.
Located on a deep, wide canal with no fixed bridges to the ocean, this four-bedroom home is all about the water access.
Sick of gray homes? Check out this kaleidoscope of color in Hood River, Oregon.
With panoramic views from the A-frame living room, the house is located above the iconic Windansea beach.
A mix of Gulf Coast and Victorian styles create an adorable Houston home.
This 1962 abode is an ideal example of the Sarasota School of Architecture, featuring glass walls, clerestory windows, and terrazzo floors.