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The Toronto Raptors have clawed their way back into the NBA’s eastern conference finals and it seems the city is doing everything they can to make sure superstar Kawhi Leonard stays in Toronto next year, including offering the superstar a free multi-million dollar penthouse if he re-signs.
Imagine enjoying a nice dinner with your loved one, when suddenly you have to address the elephant in the room. No, seriously, a hungry, wild elephant recently charged into a restaurant in a Chinese village.
You can now own a piece of realty TV history. The New York loft that served as the setting for the first season of MTV’s “The Real World” is on the market for a lofty $7.5 million.
This home has curves in unconventional places and colours that will dilate your pupils, but boy is it buoyant. Check out the “Aqua Star” floating home in Oregon, on sale for $995,000.
Olivia Newton-John’s horse ranch is automatic, it’s systematic, it’s hydromatic and the Grease star’s California home can be yours for $5.4 million.
From in-home climbing walls and kids-only crawl spaces to epic arts and crafts stations, transform your child’s play room into a play kingdom using these wonderful examples.
Grass tennis courts, a full-sized baseball field, bowling alley and a private 18-hole golf course: these luxury Hampton homes are a sports lover’s paradise. But these tricked out estates come with hefty price tags.
From the CN Tower and Fogo Island Inn to the Montreal Biosphere, Canada is home to many beautiful buildings. These are the six must-see destinations for architecture buffs.
Want to explore your roots? You can now plan a trip as unique as your DNA. Genealogy company 23andMe has partnered with Airbnb to let users explore regions around the world based on their ancestry report.