House of the Day
The 1958 home boasts all of architect William Krisel’s trademark features: a low-slung roof, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and indoor-outdoor living.
While some vacation retreats opt for quaint shutters and southern charm, this contemporary home—built in 2015—is inspired by ship building.
The three-bedroom house features soaring 30-foot ceilings and the church’s original stained glass windows in the living room.
The first section of the porch-filled home was constructed 164 years ago—before Minnesota was a state.
Located near San Diego, this elaborate Victorian looks like a real life dollhouse set down in a laidback tropical paradise.
It’s prime skiing season, and while some may be pining for an island getaway to escape the cold, we’re dreaming of the perfect winter house.
With four fireplaces and a new pool, this cute cottage features dramatic mountain views.
This sprawling home features a theater, guest house, and an epic deck.
Located in the hamlet of Garrison, about one hour from Manhattan, this property features 1/4-mile of river frontage.
Built in 1975, the three-bedroom home won an AIA award for Best Vacation House.
The home features a stone fireplace, clerestory windows, and terraces galore.
The Spalding House currently features five galleries, but could be converted back into a single-family residence.
At 10,515 square feet this is hardly a cabin in the woods, but Annabelle Selldorf designed the home’s spaces to feel intimate and surrounded by nature.
Enjoy panoramic views of Mt. Hood from the patio or outdoor pool.
Perks in the five-bedroom home include a blue marble fireplace and a rooftop deck.
The William Cody-designed home features walls of glass, poured terrazzo, and an original avocado-colored bar.
Designed around a picturesque courtyard, the four-bedroom house is like living in a chic art museum.
The 3,752-square-foot ranch looks right at home in New Mexico thanks to its boxy lines, flat roof, and neutral-colored stucco.
Nineteenth-century features abound, including the home’s boxy shape, tall, pedimented windows, flat roof, and eaves with elaborate brackets.
A William Krisel design from 1969, the four-bedroom house retains plenty of its late-midcentury DNA despite updates throughout.
We’ve got floor-to-ceiling windows, floating hearths, and terrazzo galore.