• Hamptons Beach Houses: 124 Beach Ln., Wainscott

    One of the few beachfront properties in Wainscott, this 3,000-square-foot contemporary home has five bedrooms, 4.5 baths and cheery white rooms throughout.   See the Image

  • Hamptons Beach Houses: Southampton

    Architect Norman Jaffe designed this beautiful contemporary home in Southampton. Situated on 2.3 acres, the landscaped property is a sprawling 5,800 square feet. The soaring open-plan living room has…   See the Image

  • Hamptons Beach Houses: 28 Long Point Rd., Sag Harbor

    This recently renovated house is literally a stone's throw away from the water, with 195 feet of waterfront as well as a 100-foot dock. With walls of windows in the living room, dining room and all…   See the Image

  • Hamptons Beach Houses: 380 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk

    This five-bedroom home in Montauk has 210 feet of ocean frontage. It's on the market for $9.15 million.   See the Image

  • Hamptons Beach Houses: 139 Surfside Dr., Bridgehampton

    This 4,500-square-foot home is tucked away on a private lane and offers picturesque dune and ocean views from the many outdoor terraces. It has five bedrooms and four baths and a pool with an ocean…   See the Image

  • Hamptons Beach Houses: Amagansett

    This Tuscan-style villa is decked out with stucco design and archways, with ocean views from every room. All four bedrooms are en suite — perfect for a weekend getaway with friends.   See the Image

  • Much of Florida's coastline (especially South Florida) has been developed into luxury condo buildings and towering beachfront hotels. But head over Alligator Alley (yes, it's really called Alligator…   Read the Blog

  • View: Sue Wong’s Home in Malibu, Calif.

    Perched high on a bluff, the loft-like estate commands 180-degree views of white sand and surf.   See the Image

  • Oceanfront Setting: Sue Wong’s Home in Kipahulu, Hawaii

    Sue Wong plans to build her dream home on the magnificent 35-acre oceanfront parcel across the Hana Highway from her current home.   See the Image

  • Fontainebleau: Bow Tie-Shaped Pool

    When it opened in 1954, the Fontainebleau was the largest and most luxurious hotel in South Florida. Morris Lapidus, the hotel's architect, included many interesting design elements like the…   Read the Blog