The price of The Volcano House, a two bedroom, two bathroom architectural masterpiece that sits atop a 150-foot cinder cone on 60 acres in the Mojave Desert in California.

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The price of the The Pilot House, a historically significant residence designed and built in 1948 by A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith and Edgardo Contini in Mt. Washington, Los Angeles. Created as an example of how well-designed homes could be built on steep hillside lots, the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is the perfect opportunity to curate your personal brand on a new architected level. It’s even got a bridge and what looks to be an outdoor lizard cage. Leisure life at its finest.

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Time to Dig Up All Those Cookie Jars Full of Coins in Your Backyard


Flintstones Bedrock City in Valle, Arizona is on sale for $2 Million (+ a Hanna Barbera licensing fee). But why renegotiate that licensing fee? A couple quick paint jobs and the new Bedrock City that you create could be a place where all the misfit bootleg characters of the world are finally given a place to be themselves. Totally worth the $5 entry fee.

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$4.2 million


The price for architect Charles Johnson’s “Boulder House” in Scottsdale, Arizona which is situated in and around 1.4 billion-year old granite boulders. The 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath architectural masterpiece sits on roughly 9 acres in the Sonoran Desert and has been called “The most Unique Home in America.”

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“Who would have known that sex would lead to losing money?”


How Slim Thug slept with his real estate agent and ended up in foreclosure.

The Ian Curtis Museum


Fans of Joy Division are trying to raise a lot of £’s to purchase Ian Curtis’s final home and turn it into a museum where visitors will have “the experience to walk the same floorboards as the man himself.”

via, NME / DangerousMinds

Love in an Elevator on the Way to Your Bachelor Pad


Imagine driving a car—your car—to the end of a cul de sac in the Hollywood Hills where you park it inside of a garage carved into a hill. Upon exiting the vehicle, you and your date walk through a gated tunnel to a private elevator where you’re whisked up 6 stories to the top of a Tuscan tower. After stuffing everything back into place, you and your date arrive at your front door high above Hollywood BLVD. You remark “this is where David Copperfield used to live” and now my friend, this is where you live, and you’re the one with the magical powers. Featuring hardwood floors, a washer/dryer, and excellent views from the terrace, this one bedroom apartment is a sun-filled world away from that old studio you used to rent in the city that never sleeps. So sleep in, and look forward to many more elevator rides to your new heaven.

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$195 Million


The price of the most expensive home for sale in the United States. The newly-completed Palazzo di Amore is a 25-acre estate with its own vineyard in Beverly Hills, California, that features a 35,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style villa, and a 15,000-square-foot entertainment center. The Palazzo has the prerequisite discothèque with a rotating dance floor for all the euro dance parties, and includes 12 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms so that guests are virtually guaranteed privacy for whatever they’re feeling on club night. The estate also has a bowling alley, a theater that seats 50, a tennis court, plus a Turkish-style spa and a 128-foot reflecting pool and fountain.

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Once a Church, Still a Graveyard, and Yours For Only $99,000


Dreaming about an upstate retreat for your artistic endeavors? Don’t mind using an outhouse close to where the dead are buried? Maybe you’re inspired by the spirit of old Methodist church hymns? Or could it just be that you’ve always wanted a functional bell tower? Whatever the case, here’s a 2500 sq. ft. drafty old church for sale in the Catskills. The address is 40 Sack road, so you best bring the blunts…

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The price of a 756 sq. ft. Mausoleum Site at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. While that’s definitely on the extreme end, there’s definitely a “Cemetery Bubble” happening across the globe. Wonder how much it costs to get buried inside the booty club?

Photo by Cheryl Dunn

1 Liu Xiaobo Plaza


An amendment attached to the annual state department budget bill would rename the Washington, D.C. street that the Chinese Embassy is on to Liu Xiaobo Plaza, after noted Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, who is serving an 11-year sentence for subversion.

art by Shepard Fairey

Someone Finally Bought It


Five years after it went on the market, the A. James Speyer-designed ‘Ferris Bueller’ House has been sold to an investment banker and a lawyer for $1.06 million. The original listing price was $2.3 million.

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