Eddie Murphy fought the bad guys at this place, but that's not its only claim to fame. A secret Prohibition-era bar also sits inside this three-acre Santa Monica, Calif. estate.
For $7.9 million you could own this home just off the Vegas strip with a fully equipped, customized casino where the house never wins.
This 450 square-foot New York City studio was styled as the set of a mysterious residence in a forbidden city and can be yours for $405K.
This eco-estate on 20 acres in Topanga, Calif., features a two-story treehouse with Moroccan-inspired décor.
The rounded glass atrium of this Pennsylvania home was designed to look like the coolest hotel lobby out there and can be yours for $4 million.
CNNMoney gets a first look at one of the the most expensive homes for sale in the U.S.; a 25-acre Dallas estate.
See what it's like to live in a house with a geodesic dome.
This narrow home in San Diego, Calif. features a windowed wall that lowers to become a deck.
This 25,000-sq.-ft. palace-like home in New Jersey features a salt-water swimming pool in its main living area.
This home in Canada features whimsical murals, a huge indoor pool, a starlit bedroom ceiling and a game room complete with a giant slot car race track. It is on the market for $10m.
A look inside the 7,000 square-foot apartment with the tubular metal slide that winds through each of its four stories.
Look inside Rancho de los Cerros, a 10-acre property in Tucson, Ariz. with a waterfall and a replica of a Western town -- complete with a saloon -- in the backyard.
This $19.9 million home in Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood has 7 kitchens, 9 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms and includes a private spa, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a recording studio.
With Calder mobiles and an endless staircase, Coach President Reed Krakoff uses his stunning Manhattan townhouse as a laboratory for design inspiration.
This 18,000-square-foot Las Vegas mansion has a movie theater, an indoor swimming pool and a runway to land model airplanes.
Robert Guthrie turned an old gas station just outside the French Quarter in New Orleans into a modern living space.
A Russian oligarch spent $40 million restoring one of Britain's stately properties sitting on 600 acres in Northamptonshire, England.
What started out as a bunch of hubcaps on a fence has evolved into a huge structure made of found items from in and around Austin.
Meet the couple who lives aboard a 44-foot boat they sail up and down the Atlantic in search of optimal weather all year long.
You won't find an auto worth less than $250,000 in Barrett-Jackson CEO Craig Jackson's dream garage.
Bob Short transformed his San Francisco basement into a neighborhood watering hole where the drinks are strong and the booze is free.
On Belvedere Island, this multi-million dollar home offers thousands of square feet of indoor-outdoor living with iconic San Francisco views.
A Texas homeowner explains what it's taken to set his holiday lightshow to Korean pop-star Psy's 'Gangnam Style' anthem.
Nestled in snowy Aspen, Colorado, this gorgeous 7-bedroom, 15,000-square-foot estate can be your winter getaway for just $26 million.
Architecture professor Randy Brown built his home, nicknamed 'the laboratory,' over 10 years with the help and input of 42 of his students.
Former President Gerald Ford's Beaver Creek mansion comes with separate Secret Service quarters and direct access to the slopes.
With a budget of $150,000, Marti Montgomery used shipping containers to build a home on the land she's dreamed of living on for decades.
For decades, Heather Wilcoxon has made her home aboard a 100-year-old riverboat named the Delta Queen.
This historic home on Connecticut's Tavern Island features a private boathouse, a dock and even its very own 18th-century cannon.
UNICAT manufactures self-contained expedition vehicles for the client craving off-road adventure and a two-month supply of all the modern comforts of home.
Avid Disney fan Mark Hurt built his home as a nearly exact replica of Disneyland's famous Haunted Mansion complete with its own ghost.
Music legend Sheryl Crow's rustic LA compound is for sale. With three homes, 11 acres, a pool and a view of Hollywood ... it can't be that bad.
Every summer, two volunteers head two miles off the coast of Maine to live in and maintain a 150-year-old lighthouse on Seguin Island.
Chicago's Norwegian Baptist Church was built in 1903 and converted to a four-bedroom home. Today it's on the market for $1.35 million.
Look inside one of London's smallest apartments that trades space for a great location.
Perched atop the San Diego hills, this home was designed to spin all the way around -- offering every room breathtaking views of the sweeping vistas.
Steve Huff's 72,000-square-foot home isn't only impressive for its size -- it's being built to last thousands of years.
Senior Disney designer Robert McDonnell created Graystone Manor in the theme park's image -- and for $1.5 million, you can live happily ever after in it.
An exclusive look at the American fashion designer's apartment in New York City's iconic Plaza Hotel.
Blasted into the side of a steep Arizona mountain, Cathy and Randy Clark's cave home is surprisingly cozy.
Forty stories up the Smith Tower in Seattle, Petra Franklin turned the hundred year old pyramid top into a home for her family.
This 43-acre estate with a home built using three barns, also includes a 7-acre vineyard and winery. It is on the market for 3.75 million.
CNNMoney got a tour of the house known for parties where Mark Zuckerberg and his crew lived in the summer of 2004 and got Facebook off the ground.
The elevator shaft in this Pasadena mansion once housed a 100-foot pendulum used by Charles Richter to monitor seismic activity.
Harold Cushing calls his fortified island in the Gulf of Maine, 'a little kingdom.' For $4.85 million, the keys to the kingdom are yours.
Ed Augustavo gutted an old Seattle Water Works pump station and converted it into an industrial loft-style home.
This 48,000 square foot Beverly Hills estate boasts an underground garage and both indoor and outdoor pools. Is it worth the price tag?
With 67 acres of land and room for 150 horses, the former ranch of the 'King of the Cowboys' sold at auction for $640,000.
This curvy home was designed and built around a protected cedar tree in the woods of Portland, Oregon.
Fears of rising taxes in France have triggered a strong interest in New York real estate.