They might look sweet enough to eat, but San Francisco's famed Victorian residences hold a surprise of their own.
In the late 1800s, nearly 48,000 houses were built here taking after the Victorian and Edwardian styles. Today, many have been remodeled to knock your Chelsea boots off from the moment you walk through the stained glass door. Don't say we didn't warn you . . . (Scroll through to see all 5 Victorians, then tap our Story for a bonus treat!)
Palm Springs, land of sun, cacti and living rooms like this. The Edris House is listed on the national register of historic places and defines desert modernism. Architect E. Stewart Williams built a home for THE Frank Sinatra before beginning work on this residence. He was given complete freedom, no budget and even measured his clients' clothes to determine exactly how much closet space they would need. Take the full tour through the link in our profile.
Snow White, is that you? There's not a square corner anywhere in this wee magical cave. Just don't be surprised if you start singing to your neighbors after moving here. See more photos through our profile link.
The only thing better than a floating home is a floating home with a library AND solarium! Were you meant for a life on the water? There's only one way to find out. Tap the link in our profile to go inside.
On the edge of La Conner, Washington, there's a cliff. And on that cliff is a house. And from that house you can see the Olympic Mountains, sparkly blue Puget Sound and trees almost as old as time. See for yourself by hitting the link in our profile.
In San Francisco, the ocean is always just a few miles away. Sunset walks, bonfires with friends and late-night pizza trips are just a few reasons locals love the Sea Cliff and Outer Richmond neighborhoods. See the view from every window of this home through the link in our bio.
If this is what the 90s looked like, take us back now! Known as "Summer Cottage," this 2 bedroom, 2 bath is free of worries and cares. Escape the world and bundle up inside next to your wood burning fireplace and screened in porch. In the back, you'll find a lake full of fresh trout. Dinner is waiting! See more photos by tapping our profile link.