Wall Street Journal
Priced as high as hundreds of thousands of dollars, these elaborate dollhouses count sex therapist Ruth Westheimer and a member of Qatar’s royal family as collectors
More homeowners are adding bocce, horseshoes, shuffleboard and croquet to their landscaping
Some buyers shut out of pricey neighborhoods opt for tiny apartments and splurge on high-end finishes. Developers are responding to demand by adding more studios to their buildings.
After busy nights at his downtown restaurants, the chef escapes to his home on James Island, a laid-back community across the harbor
Italian custom kitchens in New Jersey, New York City and San Francisco
The writer’s 15-bedroom home in France’s Bordeaux region plays a starring role in her food blog, cookbooks and Instagram posts.
A venture capitalist’s $5 million house in Healdsburg, Calif., built to blend indoors and outdoors.
In the home she built with her late husband, a Danish attorney finds ways to make the space her own
A look at homeowners—both procrastinators and perfectionists—who take years and spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on home improvements.
The 12,595-square-foot English country house called Manor Hall is on the market for about $10.2 million
Wine lovers who follow their dreams of owning a French château often find an unexpected amenity included: its staff.
To woo a limited pool of luxury homebuyers, it takes hardwood sourced by Benedictine monks and brick found only in one region of Denmark
A look at three major home renovations—in San Francisco, Houston and Chicago—that were years in the making.