• Mansions in Unexpected Places

    Luxe homes are found anywhere if the owner can pay up. Next to farmland or on sacred grounds, here are some in unexpected places. This 10-bed, 26,000-sq. ft. home in Annapolis, Md. is $28.8 million. "Formerly a Capuchin monastery, this stately brick structure offers modern amenities for comfortable family living," the listing says.
  • Mansions in Unexpected Places

    This 9-bed, 14-bath home in Johnson City, Tenn. is listed for $4.3 million. The 24,000-sq. ft. home is on 13 acres. It was built in 1998 and last sold in 1994 for $175,000. It's a replica of an 18th century Spanish castle with construction costs over $17 million. The home features 22 foot tall entry doors imported from Paris, the listing states.
  • Mansions in Unexpected Places

    This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. is listed for $3.225 million. "Ideally situated on 2+ beautifully manicured acres in Bloomfield Hills sits this magnificent English Cottage built in 1922," the listing states. "This extraordinary home was designed and expanded by award winning designer Ron Rea in 2008."
  • Mansions in Unexpected Places

    "The most sought after estate, unlike any other estate in the tri-state area," the listing of this 8-bedroom home in Englewood, N.J. states. "Gloria Crest is in the prestigious East Hill area of Englewood." the home is listed for $29.9 million and is on five acres. It was commissioned in 1926 by Count Stefan de Poniatowski, once heir to the Polish throne, later occupied by actress Gloria Swanson.
  • Mansions in Unexpected Places

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  • Mansions in Unexpected Places

    This home in Ellensburg, Wash. has a 155-acre horse farm and is 1.5 hours away from Seattle, the listing states. The five-bedroom home is listed for $11.5 million and was bulit in 2006.
  • Mansions in Unexpected Places

    This three-bedroom, 11,192-sq. ft. home in Las Vegas is Wayne Newton's former estate that is listed for $70 million. And yes, this is his home that has a zoo, equestrian pool and plane terminal. He invested $15 million to $20 million into the expansive 40 acre-ranch, the listing states.
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