1. Move right in! This breathtaking Kiawah Estate comes fully furnished and decorated by top interior designer Ellie Cullman.

Kiawah Island Real Estate.

This  15,182-square-foot, eight-bedroom estate on pristine Kiawah Island features a three-story foyer, light-filled great rooms, a magnificent master suite, a billiard room, an infinity pool, a spa, a gourmet kitchen, a guesthouse, and much more. The sprawling residence, which was designed by the celebrated architect Mark Findlay, sits atop a premier lot with stunning ocean frontage and panoramic views of the area’s unspoiled landscape. An array of tiered verandas, walkways, private porches, and gazebos ensure that you will always have a spectacular place to enjoy the island’s awe-inspiring beauty. The home features interiors by the leading designer Ellie Cullman -- founder and principal of the esteemed New York-based firm Cullman & Kravis. Each beautifully appointed room features reclaimed antique oak flooring, antique and custom lighting, eye-catching artwork, hand-tufted rugs, exquisite furnishings, and countless other luxurious details. Thanks to Cullman’s refined touch, the expansive home feels incredibly inviting and intimate. This shingled seaside retreat is listed for a breezy $24 million. Click here to view the full listing.

2. The Guggenheim would have nothing on you if you lived in this $57-million, Frank Gehry-designed compound.

Pritchett-Rapf Realtors.

Calling all architecture fanatics: this eye-popping, oceanfront home could be yours for a cool $49.8 million. Did we mention that it was designed by the one and only Frank Gehry? The Malibu mansion, which was built in 1989, spans over 11,400 square feet and features six bedrooms and ten bathrooms. The home’s abundant amenities include a lighted tennis court and lap pool, a sauna, a wine cellar, and an outdoor area with a spa, fireplace, and a kitchen. The modern masterpiece also comes with 1.46 acres and 160 feet of beach frontage -- a rare feat for this high-profile area. Revered as the crown jewel of Broad Beach, gems like this don’t come around too often. Click here to view the full listing

3. Ever thought about living in a glass house? This Philip Johnson beauty even comes with a modern art gallery.

Sotheby's International Realty.

The legendary architect Philip Johnson built his first Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut, in 1949. A few years later, he followed it up with the Wiley House -- another stunningly modern home located in the bucolic, well-to-do town. Commissioned by the real estate developer Robert Wiley, the glass, steel, and stone residence was later restored and expanded by Roger Ferris + Partners. Spanning just over 5,600 square feet, the impossibly chic residence boasts marble floors, soaring ceilings, a vintage swimming pool with its original diving pad (a twin to the circular pool at Johnson’s iconic Glass House), a new pool house, and a modern art gallery, which is housed in a converted barn. The home’s living areas are cantilevered over a stone base that conceals four bedrooms -- providing spaces for both the exhibitionist and the more modest type. For the past 21 years, Frank Gallipoli, president of an energy trading firm and an avid art enthusiast, has called this unique residence home. You could too if you have $14 million to spare. Click here to view the full listing.

4. How cool would it be to live in the National Register of Historic Places’ “ Most Unique House in America?” Petroglyphs included. Horses extra.

Sotheby's International Realty.

Maybe living under a rock isn’t such a bad thing. Sixty-percent of this jaw-dropping, 4,380-square-foot home is made up of granite boulders. Situated on nearly nine acres of untouched desert in Scottsdale,  the abode’s exterior is adorned with ancient petroglyphs -- a feature that has earned it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Dubbed the “Most Unique House in America,” the Charles Johnson-designed residence is one of Arizona’s only estates to be showcased on the cover of Architectural Digest. This one-of-a-kind, five-bedroom home is up for grabs for $4.2 million -- a solid deal considering it last sold in 2005 for $4.8 million. Click here to view the full listing.

5. Presidential estate, anyone? How about the “Summer White House” with a lookout tower and sandy white beach in Cape Cod. Oh, and the price just dropped $1.1 Million.

LandVest/Christie's International Real Estate.

Picture this: You are standing in your very own observation cupola overlooking Woods Hole Passage. The breathtaking view, dotted with boats, stretches from Cape Cod’s iconic Nobska Lighthouse to Martha’s Vineyard. You breathe in the sweet, salty air and smile. Sound too good to be true? It isn’t! This waterfront, Queen-Anne style estate comes with a four-story lookout tower, astonishing views, and a private sandy beach complete with a dock. Additional attributes include heartwood oak flooring, beautiful Arts and Crafts touches, a California redwood staircase, and a marble and porcelain tile fireplace. The ten bedroom residence, which was built in 1885 and renovated in 1910 by the noted firm of Purcell and Elmslie, sits on nearly two acres and is a short walk to downtown Woods Hole. The historic property was purchased by Charles R. Crane, a Chicago industrialist, and it has remained in the Crane family ever since. President Woodrow Wilson, a close friend of Crane, hand-picked the property as the summer White House, adding to the home’s inimitable provenance. This beachside beauty’s listing price recently dropped $1.1 million and it is currently on the market for $5.3 million. Click here to view the full listing.