Dining Rooms

  • Located in Parkland, this home has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and spans nearly 8,000 square feet. It's big enough for a NFL football player and his family -- and maybe even his entire football…   See the Image

  • 1831 Antebellum in Trenton, Tenn., Dining Room

    Legend has it that a few Civil War battles were seen from this grand home's huge wraparound porch, though it went untouched. It has 12-foot ceilings, seven fireplaces and at least one lovely claw…   See the Image

  • 1850 Colonial in Newburgh, N.Y., Dining Room

    Located about an hour from Manhattan, this historic estate has been hosting family events before Andrew Jackson was president.   See the Image

  • 1846 Greek Revival in Lebanon, N.J., Dining Room

    This beautifully restored five-bedroom, three-and-half-bath estate is located about an hour west of Manhattan and features many tasteful modern updates. It would make a perfect weekend retreat for…   See the Image

  • NYC Homes for Obama: Cobble Hill

    "When I was living here, Brooklyn was cool, but not this cool," Obama remarked when he visited the borough last fall, referring to the time when he lived in a Park Slope brownstone. If it's…   See the Image

  • NYC Homes for Obama: Upper West Side

    This six-bedroom townhouse on the Upper West Side would be ideal for President Obama, who has expressed fond memories of strolling through nearby Central Park.   See the Image

  • Emil Bach Formal Dining Room. Does your eye cast over to that blast of yellow leaf fan and bronze base decorative lamp on the right? We can't take our eyes off it either. If you've never toured a…   See the Image

  • Another angle of that glorious sun room and lounge in the Emil Bach House. Now owned by Col. Pritzker's Tawani Enterprises the compact Wright is in the hands of a "dedicated…   See the Image

  • Emil Bach House dining room & lounge area. The summery white against a knotty wood background is an unusual and unexpected decor ensemble for a Wright home. A sharp contrast from the more muted…   See the Image