Living in New York City often times means trading square footage for convenience. Not so with the Transforming Micro Apartment. This unique dwelling makes the most of its meager 420 square feet by relying on a clever modular design. Thanks to a sliding wall, hidden table, folding beds, and other neat tricks, this tiny apartment can sleep four comfortably, host a sit down dinner for ten, serve as two semi-separate offices, store bicycles, clothes, and more, all with a sleek, contemporary style that'd be the envy of many apartments multiple times its size.
It might be called "mobile", but this isn't some shanty on wheels. Instead, the Escape Mobile Cabin is a sleek one-bedroom space that is technically classified as a Park Model RV, allowing it to be delivered to you as a fully-complete living solution. features include a built-in bed with nightstands, a premium bathroom with optional walk-in tile shower, a full kitchen with optional stainless appliances, a main living area with vaulted ceilings, a window wall, and an optional fireplace, and, finally, an optional screened in living area off the main. Whether you're using it as a woodsy cottage, a guest cabin, or even just a small home, it's a great — and surprisingly affordable — option.
Imagine surveying your 500-plus acre estate bordering the Pioneer Mountains in Hailey, Idaho — where moose, deer, and elk roam freely — from the balcony of your 1,400 square foot log home. That dream will become reality for the next owner of Steve McQueen's Pioneer Moon Ranch ($7,400,000). The East Fork of the Big Wood River flows for over one and a half miles through the property, providing ample wild rainbow trout fishing. A huge 1,500 square foot four-bay garage gives you plenty of space for all your toys (we suggest at least one vintage Porsche in recognition of the former owner). An annex building gives visitors a place to stay because, let's face it, you're going to have a few drop-ins once word gets out about your new country compound.