For a cool million, you could live in this newer construction gem in Chicago’s trendy Bucktown neighborhood. And what a sight to see! According to the listing, the six-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom beauty sits on “a massive lot with lush, green views from every window.”
This week we see just how far our money will go in Holland, Michigan. The lakeside enclave ranks among one of the most beautiful places to visit in spring, after all.
Blooming With Tulips
In fact, “Each May, more than four million tulips come into bloom in Holland, Michigan, which welcomes the blossoms with its annual Tulip Time festival,” reports Reader’s Digest. “The festival celebrates the state’s Dutch heritage and features three parades, carnival rides, and traditional Dutch food.”
Of course, there’s more to love about Holland than its springtime pursuits. The town is situated on the shores of Lake Michigan, offering the best beaches and outdoor adventure.
Mike Foley with Conway Cityside South Boston has 658 E. 7th Street Apartment 3, Boston, Massachusetts for $979,000.
This posh penthouse near Boston’s M Street Beach is perfect for cozy couples! Who isn’t looking for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo under $1 million in Boston? This one has been updated with the highest attention to detail, offering a spacious open floor plan with lots of natural light. We think its swoon-worthy interiors are sure to make your heart skip a beat!
Here you can entertain with ease! Curl up by the gas fireplace in the gracious living area with vaulted beamed ceilings or dine in the charming alcove with bay windows. Although it’s new, this stunning unit still retains its original charm. And we think it’s the perfect backdrop for a budding romance or longtime love to flourish, don’t you?
Originally built in 1923, the two-story Palm Beach crash pad is a head-turner! And what’s not to love about that powder pink exterior? The home affords high ceilings, tons of natural light, and loads of charm.
Pictured: A Work Shop Denver project. The group is currently listing a similar new construction opportunity at 3317 W. 33rd Avenue in Denver, Colorado for $1,100,000.
So you have $1 million to burn and want to invest in Denver real estate, but you’re not sure where to start? You could put an offer in on a chic downtown Denver loft with historic pedigree circa 1905 in the heart of the city. Or you could head east, to Park Hill, for a true walker’s paradise and throw down on a 1940s Mediterranean chock full of elegant upgrades. But if you’re looking for something brand spanking new, that lets you live your best life at a mile high, we suggest pointing your home search west. Nestled deep in West Highland, just minutes from downtown, is a million dollar new construction opportunity that will blow. you. away.
Ideally situated at 3317 W. 33rd Avenue sits an incredible new construction property that’s guaranteed to turn heads. It’s brought to you by none other than the folks at Work Shop Denver, one of the city’s premiere builders.
1361 Nottinghill Court SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan, is listed by Ann Despres with Coldwell Banker for $999,999.
Grand Rapids is a gem of a city situated on the Grand River, east of Lake Michigan. With a vibrant arts scene, trend-setting beer and food offerings, plus a slew of lively music venues, there’s a lot to do in Grand Rapids. The locals will tell you it’s easy to get to, easy to get around in, and easy to afford, which begs the question – just how far will $1 million dollars go in Grand Rapids, Michigan? What we find is the ideal Grand Rapids home, clocking in with a list price of $999,999. Let’s take a look inside.
611 Delrey Road, Whitefish, Montana, is currently listed by Dan Slezak with Shadow Creek Land Company for $1.175 million.
At any given destination, the locals always know where to find the best food and entertainment. So picture an entire town envisioned and built by the locals with the primary goal of utilizing its natural resources to provide a unique and memorable recreation location. Sound too good to be true? In Whitefish, Montana, it’s a reality.
Located in the Northern Rocky Mountains of Montana, Whitefish is tucked at the lip of Glacier National Park. The Whitefish range is comprised of numerous lakes, wild and scenic rivers, and an enormous valley that stretches 60 square miles. With easy access to ski resorts, Big Mountain, and Feathered Lake, the exploration options are endless.
Plus, the location of the valley protects against extreme climate changes, which makes it ideal for year-round fun! With so much to love, we had to see how far $1 million would go in Whitefish. What we found would make for one epic second shelter.
5842 Mount Rockwood Circle, Waco, Texas is currently listed by Roman Novian with Coldwell Banker Apex Realtors for $999,000.
Ahh Waco, where do we begin. As the home of the Baylor Bears and HGTV’s hit sensation Fixer Upper, there’s a lot to love about Waco – and it’s not just the cupcakes dished out at Magnolia Table. Waco is a Central Texas city nestled along the beautiful Brazos River. It’s known for the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame, and a locally invented soft drink you probably have stocked in your fridge. Here’s looking at you Dr Pepper.
Attractions aside, it’s Waco’s affordable home prices, nationally ranked football team, and charming small town feel that makes it a great place to live. How far does a million dollars go in Waco you ask? Pretty far actually. Here we uncover two million-dollar-beauties, each with great bones and desirable locations, but interiors that would make for one hell of a fixer upper. Ready to take the plunge? These properties are a great place to start.