Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1961, the Fawcett Ranch House (a cool $2.7 million) near Los Banos, California, is a 3,800 sq. foot piece of history. Sited on 8 acres of farmland in the San Joaquin Valley, this retro-amazing home features a concrete slab floor, mahogany walls, windows, doors, and cabinetry. It's got six bedrooms, four and a half baths, two fireplaces (including a walk-in living room fireplace), a Japanese garden with Koi pond and waterfall, and unbelievable views from every angle. Here's your chance to live in an actual work of art. [Thanks, Chuck]
Well, at least something good came from Michael Vick's despicable actions: his sweet-ass pad can now be yours. Michael Vick’s Georgia Mansion ($4.1 million) is an absolute gem, boasting eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and a four-car garage all set on a northern Atlanta lake that also happens to be close to Sugarloaf Country Club's 18th hole. Other features include a weight room, theater, a high-end kitchen, an elevator, and a golf simulator — plus a giant number seven on the floor in one room that you'll probably want to have removed.
Bat Cave, Man Cave — whatever you want to call it, this unique Missouri Cave Home ($300,000) is a superhero-worthy hangout. Boasting over 17,000 sq ft of space, this cavernous house is fully livable, with three bedrooms, a 400 sq ft kitchen, three groundwater springs, 2.8 acres of land, and a legendary stage — yes, stage — where bands such as the MC5, Ted Nugent, and Bob Seger have performed. Fringe benefit: Being able to answer "yes" when asked "Do you live in a cave?" "Why yes, yes I do."
Looking for a star-approved estate getaway? Lance Armstrong’s Texas Ranch ($12 million) fits the bill. Offering 447.8 acres of land, including 1886 ft of frontage on the Pedernales River and ownership in the Dead Man's Hole swimming spot, this exclusive ranch also features a 4,241 sq. ft. main house with five bedrooms, five baths, and two living areas, a guest house, seven miles of biking trails, a pool and spa, and all the privacy you could ask for. [via]