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Nobody wants to buy the world’s largest log cabin

Granot Loma, which may be the largest log-cabin lodge in America, is still for sale after languishing on the market for years.
The perfect home for anyone with $188 million to spare.

Nobody wants to buy this outrageous $188 million mansion with a 4-lane bowling alley and an entire collection of cars

An over-the-top property in Bel Air was relisted for $188 million in April. It was originally listed in January 2017 for $250 million. It comes with $30 million in cars, more than 100 pieces of art, and 270-degree views of Los Angeles.
The artifacts inside are included in the $2.9 million price tag.

Nobody wants to buy the oldest home in the US, a log cabin from the 1600s with a $2.9 million price tag

Nothnagle Cabin, which is said to be the oldest home in America, has been listed since last summer for $2.9 million.

Wall Street billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller sold his 20-acre estate for $25 million

Billionaire trader Stanley Druckenmiller has sold his 20-acre estate in Greenwich, Connecticut.

No one wants to buy this $18.75 million townhouse owned by a real-life ‘Wolf of Wall Street’-er

The 6,500-square-foot mansion, which listed for $44 million in 2014, is back and asking $18.75 million.
YouTube star Jake Paul's new mansion in Calabasas features massive rooms and a pool.

A 20-year-old YouTube star just bought a $6.9 million mansion — take a look inside

YouTube star Jake Paul's new mansion in Calabasas features massive rooms and a pool.
The Obamas enjoyed the property for its seclusion and excellent biking territory.

No one wants to buy the Obamas’ former vacation rental on Martha’s Vineyard

This expansive Martha's Vineyard estate was a former summer White House of the Obama family in 2013.

Kayak’s CEO just bought a Miami penthouse at a discount —here’s what the $21 million spread will look like

Steve Hafner, CEO of Kayak Software Group, has just bought a new $21 million penthouse.

The most infamous house in the Hamptons has finally found a buyer

The home from "Grey Gardens" has sold for an unknown price.

An enormous island with 6 houses and ties to J.P. Morgan is on sale for a whopping $125 million

Salutation Island, on the North Shore of Long Island, is up for sale. It was first owned by J.P. Morgan's grandson, Junius Spencer Morgan III.