130 High Point Walk, Sandy Springs, Georgia, is currently listed by The Palmer Team & Associates with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty for $1,170,000.

Have we got the million-dollar listing for you! This week we zeroed-in on Atlanta and found a Southern Living Georgia home that is gone-with-the-wind-fabulous, honey!

Nestled in the exquisite High Point community on the south side of Sandy Springs just north of Atlanta, you’ll enjoy a pristine 0.34-acre cul-de-sac lot, coupled by a generous 3,590-square-foot interior, and a stunning wrap-around front porch so you can twirl, twirl, twirl.

Too many Real Housewives of Atlanta references? Okay, let’s get to the house.


111 Moon Isle Horseshoe Bay is currently listed for $995,000 by Patricia Gillean. 

Perhaps you’ve heard about it from a friend, saw it in a magazine, or read about it on CandysDirt.com – whatever it is, the secret is out on Horseshoe Bay. This striking resort community attracts second home buyers of all kinds, from captains of industry, to watersport enthusiasts, golfers, to astronauts. Above all, it’s where families go for a slice of Texas paradise on Lake LBJ. This begs the question, what can I get for $1 Million in Horseshoe Bay? What we find may surprise you. And yes folks, it’s a waterfront estate!


3206 Hidden Springs Ln, Prospect, KY is currently listed by Greg Taylor of Re/Max Louisville for $1,000,000. 

I don’t know about you but I still have Louisville on my mind after that fantastic Kentucky Derby race! This got me thinking … what can I get for $1 million in Louisville, Kentucky? What I discovered is nothing short of Derby Day perfection, and perhaps the next best thing to celebrating at Churchill Downs. Let’s see just how far our money will go in the good ol’ Derby City.



26A Daffodil Lane #A, Nantucket, MA is currently listed for $980,000 by Dawn Hill Holdgate of Great Point Properties.

The tiny isolated island off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is a summer destination for travelers looking for some R&R amidst dune-backed beaches, cedar-shingled houses, scenic lighthouses, and cobblestone streets. You can only reach the island by ferry, boat or airplane – there is no bridge – but the island’s quaint seaside cottages, coastal restaurants, and boutique shops are well worth the trip.

It’s also the site of America’s most swoon-worthy hotel! TripAdvisor recently announced the winners of its Travelers’ Choice Awards and for the second year in a row the Nantucket Hotel & Resort was ranked No. 1 in the country, No. 7 among hotels around the globe. Think of it as a fabulous home away from home, when hunting for that perfect Nantucket retreat.

Fun Fact: According to Hunter Reed & Co Real Estate, Nantucket’s nickname, “The Little Grey Lady of the Sea,” refers to the island as it appears from the ocean when it is fog-bound. For those in the market for ultra-luxury Nantucket estates, they are a great resource, featuring homes ranging from the $10 million-plus category, but today we are answering the age old question – “What can I get for a million in Nantucket?” Here is what we found.


0151 Scounty Rd # 871 in Breckenridge, CO, is currently listed for $998,000 by Jonna Beardsley of Breckenridge Associates Real Estate.

It’s slim pickings when it comes to finding homes for$1 million in Breckenridge, Colorado. With an abundance of year-round activities and jaw-dropping mountain vistas at every turn, homes listed at or around $1 million are in limited supply and continue to attract buyers from around the world. Why Breck? Well perhaps the tourism folks at GoBreck.com say it best.


3337 Walton Way Ext, Augusta, GA, currently listed for $925,000 by Dorothy Peterson of Blanchard & Calhoun-Evans.

Come for the golf, stay for the pimento cheese, they say. As if Amen corner, blooming azaleas, and the way the sunlight peeks through the trees weren’t enough, Augusta, Georgia, is flush with golf’s greatest moments. Yes, since 1934, Augusta has played home and host to the iconic Masters Tournament, but it’s also known for its historic and downright breathtaking architecture. With the Masters looming, I was inspired to see just how far a million dollars would go in the Augusta real estate market. What I find will leave you wanting more!