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An El Portal House With Four Buddhist Stupas Out Back Is On The Market for $1.5 Million

The cheesy, cheesy, cheesy listing description notwithstanding ("Eat, Pray, Love in El Portal on the Little River," really?), this four-bedroom house on Miami's Little River in El Portal, is an interesting little number.

The Mansions That 1-800-411-PAIN Built Are On The Market For $54 Million

The very rich identical twins Robert and Harley Lewin have listed their matching estates at 13000-13001 Lewin Lane in Southwest Ranches.

Med Revival on Miami Beach With Fab Interiors Lists for $4.4M

It's a sign of just how obscene the Miami real estate market is, when a nice but ultimately not particularly outstanding Mediterranean Revival number on Miami Beach attempts to get over four times the price it sold for 11 years ago.

Tacky Little Hollywood, FL House Comes With A Hipster-ific Houseboat Out Back

Looking for a little house for your Granny that's got space to tie up her speed boat out back while being conveniently close to the highway for those last-minute trips to the hospital, with an adjacent (but most importantly, separate) unit for yourself to use while in town? Have we got you covered?

Charles Sieger’s Notoriously Ugly Modern Castle In The Redlands Is On The Market Again

One of the most bizarrely unsettling homes in Miami, a massive castle designed to look very much like a brutalist middle school where capital punishment is still used to keep the students militantly in line, is back on the market for just under $20 million. For the last three months Chateau Artisan, as it is known, has been back out there as a live listing on the MLS for the first time since 2014. Located at 25791 SW 167th Ave, in Homestead, the home was "built to resemble a modern French Chateau" by architect Charles Sieger, who designed it for himself.

For $16M, This Bunker-Like Miami Beach Mansion Could Probably Survive the Apocalypse

Completed in 2021, this Hibiscus Island Miami Beach new-build is a 6,746-square-foot big box store of a house that, in the age of Covid, looks like it was built to survive anything.

A Drop-Dead Spectacular South Beach Art Deco Villa Sold Earlier This Year For $7 Million

They say a kitchen renovation can test any marriage, but apparently not for a former Detroit automotive CEO and his interior designer partner.

Swinging 1970s Compound in South Miami Comes With Multiple Pavilions, Freeform Pool, And Super-Rad Floating Fireplace

This 4,400 square-foot compound in South Miami comes replete with an all-stainless-steel kitchen, groovy pendant ball lighting, a spiral staircase, exposed beams under a vaulted ceiling, and of course, a floating fireplace hanging from its own big iron chimney.

Classic Tudor Listed For $2 Million in Miami Was Given That Generic White Interior Look That’s So Popular These Days

Built in 1924, this historic Tudor Revival family home in Miami's Shorecrest survived almost a hundred years of people moving in and out, neighborhood highs and neighborhood lows, renovations, new kitchens, changing tastes, and whatever the '70s threw at it, always being the kind of house that everyone always says has "charm." Designed to be an old English fantasy that you lived in, it would have had interiors that evoked ye old past just as seductively as its exteriors still do.

Balinese Resort-Style Compound in West Palm Beach Wants $22 Million

Located on just under an acre of land, extremely close to the sweeping Lake Worth views of S. Flagler Drive, but on a leafy and extremely quiet dead-end street, this Balinese compound was built in 1950, yet has been thoroughly updated for contemporary life. Located at 250 Essex Lane, does that updating, along with the obscene excesses of today's real estate market, justify a $22 million price tag, however?