The childhood home of Dr. James Naismith—the man who invented the game of basketball—is up for sale in Canada.
The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom Georgian house located on a 45-acre farm in Almonte, Ontario, has a price tag of $1,195,000 million in Canadian currency—which equates to 1,170,421 dollars and 16 cents in American currency as of today. The Naismith home was built in 1850.
The Colonial Revival house features three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a three-quarter bath, a powder room and 3,213 square feet of living space. The former home of Don Knotts in Glendale is for sale at $1.295 million. Read Post
This Bridgehamton South, 12 bedroom, 12 bathroom estate sits on 11.5 acres and has 31,000 sq. ft. of living space. According to Sotheby's International Realty, who feature the listing, dubbed "Sandcastle", the place includes a Grand... Read Post
Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones put his farm house in Cambridge, Md. on the market for $30 million. The estate covers 6,250 acres of wildlife inhabited land, the living area is 14,000 square feet, and there are 11 bedrooms, and 10 bath... Read Post