Special Spaces invites you inside America’s most extraordinary homes, estates and mansions. Rich properties with rich history, decadent design, and spectacular views.
From Penthouse to Treehouse
A Manhattan loft complete with waterfall, a historic home on the Hudson River, a penthouse meadow, a celebrity designer’s Hamptons estate, and a unique treehouse.
Collectors and Architects
A vintage race car collector’s castle, a unique oceanfront retreat with retractable walls, a contemporary Hamptons home with a moat, an art collector’s Manhattan townhouse, and Al Capone’s Miami hideaway.
An advertising industry legend’s all-black Manhattan apartment, an historic Connecticut country estate, jeweler Kenneth Jay Lane’s gem of a home, an entrepreneur’s model train mecca, Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Park City retreat.
Inspired by History
An 1895 barn turned art gallery, a contemporary silo home on the Provo River, a boyhood dream realized as a Tudor restoration mansion, a waterfront estate inspired by Italian palaces, and a 1752 stone cottage built by an American Revolution traitor.
New England Classics
A private home that opens onto Philadelphia’s famed Rittenhouse Square, a Georgian revival estate sporting a $12 million renovation, an art collector two hundred year old townhouse, an interior designer who restores historic mansions.
A $20 million landmarked Manhattan townhouse, a unique Texan lighthouse home on Lake Travis, a private island home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, a rustic-bohemian artists’ farmhouse, and the world’s most extravagant dental office in Philadelphia.
A banker-turned-oyster farmer’s private island, a magical Middle Earth-themed underground Montana home, a Rhode Island artist’s studio converted from a church, a gorgeous Southern California hacienda, and an historic 1883 oceanfront estate.
Home as Art
Combine passion for art with natural beauty, an artist’s home and studio built entirely from scratch, a retreat that disappears into the desert, Frank Lloyd Wright’s only adobe house, and a unique townhouse in a converted synagogue.
An estate built to house a fleet of private planes, an 18th Century water mill reborn as a weekend retreat, an oceanfront mansion built on a tea fortune, a palace with see-through walls and secret doors, and a home inspired by Tuscany.
A Moroccan designed estate in the mountains of Colorado, an estate of liquid assets and a ride to a ranch of contradictions.
Homes With History
A home with 200 years of history, a bungalow inspired by Napoleon and the French Revolution, an edgy museum-style home, a custom-designed treehouse, and a cabinet of curiosities.