This home has it all, including underground features like a tennis court that doubles as a ballroom and a 10,000-square-foot Turkish-inspired spa.
Take a peek inside the Mushroom Tiny House, a 64-square-foot home designed by Ecovative Design that uses mycelium -- a type of fungi -- to literally grow the structure from the inside out.
For $36 million, you can get a hilltop property that's surrounded by a moat and offers views from Catalina to downtown Los Angeles. Plus, all the furnishings and a putting green.
Michael Jordan's Highland Park, Ill., home hits the auction block November 22. The highest bidder will walk away with keys to the fully furnished 56,000 square-foot estate, replete with a regulation basketball court where the Hall of Famer used to play.
This luxury horse farm in Wellington, Florida boasts 18 stables, a variety of riding rings, 3 luxury apartments and easy access to the largest horse show events in the country. It's on the market for $27m.
This former local bank branch in Spring City, Penn. was converted into a private home, replete with the two vaults now used as a full bar and a sauna.
No one actually lives in a Cockaboose train car, but for upwards of $250,000, University of South Carolina football fans can buy one to throw gameday parties.
You won't believe that this 19,000 square foot chateau less than an hour outside of Miami has a meditation garden -- and a moat.
Singer Céline Dion's 24,000-square-foot mansion features an elevator, a game room and 19 acres of complete privacy. It sits on its own island just north of Montréal.
A beautiful 50-acre estate in the heart of the Berkshires has one unique feature: a luxurious, heated, self-cleaning pool that was converted from an old limestone rock quarry.
The $54 million Malibu mansion featured in HBO's 'True Blood' and Adam Sandler's 'Funny People' has a four-car garage, an indoor 'natatorium' and a rose garden with over a thousand bushes.
During the Cold War, the U.S. government built several missile silos around the Adirondacks to defend the homeland. One was renovated into a home in Lewis, N.Y.
Gianni Versace's former estate in Miami, Fla., features ten bedrooms, eleven baths, a pool decorated with gold and an asking price of $75 million.
The former home of the Wizard of Oz's Cowardly Lion sits on 1.3 acres in Beverly Hills and features a bowling alley, a sunken tennis court and a two-bedroom guesthouse.
This $18 million estate in Telluride, Colo., boasts a lap pool, bowling alley and its own indoor shooting range.
This tropical home in Carlsbad, California is steps away from the beach and has its own movie theater.
This Naples, Fla., home, ideal for entertaining, has its own ice-cream parlor, a diner, a pink Cadillac turned into a bar, slot machines, a two-level home theater and an observatory with a telescope and 360 views.
Rocky Oaks is perched on its own Malibu, California hilltop. The property includes a 9,000 square-foot house with panoramic views and a vineyard that produces award-winning wines.
Accessed by a hidden entrance in a boulder, this home was built to be a nuclear fallout shelter. Below ground, it boasts features like a backyard complete with pool, faux grass and trees.
Back in his heyday, 'Ol' Blue Eyes' leased this mid-century modern estate perched high above Los Angeles. Today, its owners rent it to Hollywood for movie and television shoots.
This Orcas Island, Wash., estate sits on 80 acres and has a two-station railroad and an indoor shooting range.
We go inside Marmont Manor, a four-acre estate so secluded it has its own mini fire station, and ducks and swans make a home on its fully stocked fishing lake.
This micro-apartment in San Francisco's SOMA neighborhood makes use of every square inch of space and rents for $1,600 a month.
A private cable car takes you up a steep hill to this 73-acre Palm Springs, Calif., estate on the market for $14.5 million.
Elvis' estate in Memphis, Tenn., sees more than 600,000 visitors annually and looks just like it did when the King of Rock 'n' Roll lived there.
100% of the structure of this modern home is built from salvaged pieces from Boston's Big Dig highway construction project.
In the 1950s, Rimrock Ranch was the weekend retreat for actors like Gene Autry and Roy Rogers who were shooting westerns in nearby Pioneertown, Calif. Today, urbanites rent cabins here to reconnect with nature and enjoy the desert calm.
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.