I Could Live Here: The Belles of the Presidio

My latest fantasy home is a brand-new LEED-certified, 3-story townhouse tucked in the woods of the Presidio with 3 bedrooms, a garage and a heated roofdeck.   Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Arts & Crafts Classic In Palo Alto

So if you're like me, you enjoy the beautiful places where Sarah says she could live, but you're also a bit jealous. I want to pretend too!  Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Villa Paradiso

While researching a story for CH+D's September issue, I decided my new dream house would be Spanish-Moorish in style with a Spanish tile roof, oggi arches, plaster walls, Moroccan tiles and maybe a little cupola.     Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Sequoyah Country Club circa 1960

With mortgage rates so low, it's time to check out some homes I could actually buy... or not.  Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Cabin on the Lake

Since I'm more of a summer sports gal than a snow sports fan, I much prefer proximity to a lake than ski-in/ski-out access.   Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Atlantic or Pacific?

If I had $13.5M for a house on the beach, would I spend it on a boxy retreat in Montauk or a 1980s showpiece in Manhattan Beach?  Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Erin’s Urban Takeover

For weeks you’ve gotten a view into the domestic fantasies of Editor in Chief Sarah Lynch through her “I Could Live Here” posts  Else>>>

I Could Live Here: La Grande Summer House

In a week I'll be heading out for a weekend at my friend's summer house in the Catskills, which has led me to fantasize about having a fabulous vacation home of my own.   Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Nightingale House

Offered at $1.575, the historic Nightingale House is a maze of strangely make-shift rooms, but with a little love and lot of white paint, I could easily live there.   Else>>>

I Could Live Here: Live at the Warfield

If you thought the renovation of the Warfield theater was incredible, wait til you see the work/live units upstairs.   Else>>>