The Wave House is built on 1 acre of land north of Santa Barbara in an area known as the "California Riviera."
Brandie might have called this house a "fatal flaw," but it's custom curved walls were designed to mimic the ocean it borders.
Could a hobbit live here? Perhaps. Though according to Brandie, she's not sure anyone but a hobbit would want to.
The space includes two bedrooms including a lofted space with windows that provide ocean views.
The home was built in 1980, but it just as easily could have been built in a J.R.R. Tolkien dream.
The guest tower includes a bedroom and an observation area for those hopping to spy the ocean from the comfort of home.
Paging Christina Aguilera. The genie-bottle-shaped, stucco fireplace features twin chimneys and a tiled hearth. Be careful to rub it the right way.
Yes, everything in 1100 square foot abode is curved -- even the specially made ceiling beams.
Not only does the specially made roof provide an artful aesthetic touch, the curved roof and louveres were built to amplify the sounds of the crashing waves.
Why bathe alone? Most of Candlewoods' seven customized baths have tiles shaped like woodland creatures, valuing out at over $100,000.
The home features an outdoor Jacuzzi, but if you want to take a tub indoors, this one should do fine as well.
Outside on the home's 13 acre backyard features a tennis and basketball court, perfect for cross training.
Perhaps because the house's Victorian exterior skews a little girly, they've set the table in shades of pink.
Located one hour from Manhattan in New Fairfield, CT, the house gets its name from Candlewood Lake, which it overlooks.
However, this old school Victorian gingerbread house has been supersized for the 21st century and boost 8,500 square feet.
To create the custom cabinetry and shelving, the builders used nearly 13 miles of wood for the trim and moldings.
Too blustery outside to train on the courts? Get your fitness on in the home's private gym.
The home features six bedrooms and seven baths, with four as themed kids rooms. It's a jungle in here.
How about a trip to the Wild Wild West?
The theme of this room seems to be presidential and camouflage, so the child clearly wants to grow into a political career.
The theme of this kid's room appears to be giant Lego men? Or circles? Kids today, huh?
The kitchen features a counter-height fireplace perfect for nights when it's too chilly to make s'mores outside or if you're serving cold dishes but still want your guests to feel warm.
The kitchen features four gourmet cast-rion stoves, and plenty of room to entertain folks who like to eat while looking at them.
The conservatory style living room opens on to a mahogany deck. Sometimes life is so hard.
Sneak down to the lower level for a relaxing sit in your private sauna.
The home is four levels, pushing the gingbread/doll house vibe.
Forget cast iron pans, Candlewood features a 1,000-pound cast iron stove $20,000.
Set on 28 acres, Villa Lauriston is just west of Silicon Valley and 45 minutes south of San Francisco in Portola Valley, making this house the perfect place for an uber-wealthy tech billionaire to commute from.
The 1920s built Florentine villa features a paltry 20 rooms and 1600 square feet sitting on
The 28 acre property not only includes manicured gardens and a vineyard (yes, a vineyard) but a 125,000 gallon reflecting pool, three antique European fountains, plus a brick frame swimming pool.
The grand foyer features marble columns, which greet you with just the formal touches you need for entertaining on a Gatsby level.
Need space to entertain. Your home includes your own personal concert hall with a formal music room big enough for 100 and a chamber quartet.
Mary's idea to revamp the kitchen? Flip it to something that looks like a traditional serving kitchen from the era with stainless steel fixtures.
Feel like flipping through some tomes from the '20s? The library provideds a cozy, yet stately place to flip through some pages.
And you thought your skin was smooth. The bathroom features red moire silk covered walls. Just try brushing up on that post shower (or don't water can't be good for that).
While Brandie and Jeff disagreed if the home needed staging, the current owner (a tech entrepreneur) filled the abode with fairly classical furnishings.
The expertly manicured gardens are perfect for taking long walks in and reflecting on F. Scott Fitzgerald's greatest works.
Consider yourself a bit of a wino? Find in vino veritas with your own private vineyard. The 600 vines can produce 2,000 bottles per year, which should keep you in enough drinks for 365 days.
The copper sinks in the sprawling kitchen were originally used to make candy, but work just fine for banal tasks like washing pots or draining pasta.
The home features 9 bedroooms and 8.5 baths, all the more room for you to have a few guest sleep over after that chamber quartet-accompanied party.