Called Seven Lakes Ranch, the 11,900-acre ranch includes a massive lodge, cabins, a saloon/dance hall, a shooting range and riding trails.
Built in 1916, the East Coast-inspired home doubled as a set for television's "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" in the 1950s and '60s.
Not only is the sale price a high so far this year, but records show it's also one of the priciest in the resort city's...
The home was once owned by Percival "Perc" Westmore, who worked for decades as a makeup artist for Warner Bros.
The estate includes a three-bedroom villa, a four-bedroom guesthouse and two studios.
The stars of "Flip or Flop" on HGTV and "Selling Sunset" on Netflix have sold their modern farmhouse for $2.705 million — $130,000 over its...
The bassist and cellist for the band OneRepublic has put the 4-acre property up for sale at $2.195 million.
Set amid lush landscaping and mature trees, the walled and gated compound includes a 1930s main house along with a guest house.
Ed Niles, known for his chic glass structure, was the architect behind the stylish digs of football player Milt Davis.
Newly engaged, the NHL star and the former Olympic skier paid $6.75 million for the 5,500-square-foot home.
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