3601 Mount Veeder Road, Napa, CA is currently listed by Dominic Labriola of LHspaces for $899,000. Photos Courtesy of LHspaces.

If you’ve ever dreamed of owning land in Napa Valley this is your chance! A rare land offering just hit the market that will make your head spin – and not from sipping too much vino. Located at 3601 Mount Veeder Road nestled on 28.1-pristine-acres, sits an exquisite land holding perched at the top of the famous Mt. Veeder Appellation in Napa, California, and it could be yours. The asking price? Under a million, at just $899,000.

See it on SecondShelters.com now!

Our Steal: The Astoria Lodge in Jackson, WY is currently listed by Jeff Heilbrun with Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $1.695 million.

When the unofficial town motto is “Stay Wild” you know you’re in for adventure. Hidden in a picturesque valley, beneath the shadow of the Grand Tetons and gushing geysers of Yellowstone National Park, sits Jackson Hole – a gateway destination for second home buyers looking to get off the grid. And if it’s a brush with nature you’re after, there’s no better place to be.

Known as the “last of the Old West,” Jackson Hole offers miles of untamed wildlife, pristine lakes, awe-inspiring views, and exquisite mountain retreats to hole up in, with natural beauty right outside your door. Today, we put Jackson Hole to the test in our latest Splurge vs. Steal. What we find is nothing short of well, wild. See for yourself on SecondShelters.com now!

Our Splurge: 1828 Cypress Isle, James City County, Virginia, is currently listed by Numbers Marley of Long & Foster Real Estate for $1,800,000.

Only a handful of locations have a history as rich as Williamsburg, Virginia, but taking a walk through the past isn’t the only thing drawing visitors from all over the world — luxurious spas, world-class golf, hiking, five-star restaurants, and living history museums pack quite a punch when searching for a sweet second shelter with historic flair. That is why today we pin two exceptional properties against one another in our latest Splurge vs. Steal, both exuding elegance and style, but with price points that are miles apart.

Which Williamsburg home would you choose? The Riverfront Splurge or the Federal-Style Colonial Steal? Take your pick on SecondShelters.com today!

If you’ve spent any time in Arkansas the name E. Fay Jones is probably one of the first names to come to mind when someone mentions midcentury modern homes.

In fact, we may have mentioned him once before.

If you’re new to Jones’ work, the clean lines and use of natural materials will likely remind you of Frank Lloyd Wright — with good reason. Jones was an apprentice to Wright, and in fact was the only Wright apprentice to receive the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal.

Needless to say, owning a Jones-designed home is a get. And for the first time ever, Jones’ most recognized residential design — The Butterfly House — is for sale. We have the details over on SecondShelters.com.

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!

See it now on SecondShelters.com!

Our Steal: 38359 Highway 6 Unit 12, Avon, CO is currently listed by Page Slevin of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties for $1,295,000. 

This week it’s the battle of the Beaver Creek condos in our latest Splurge vs. Steal. Here we compare two exceptional Colorado listings, each with unbeatable views, upscale amenities, and a prime location near Beaver Creek Resort, but with price points that are miles apart. With iconic ski runs, terrain parks, and an array of shops, restaurants, and entertainment, this charming mountain village draws a crowd year round for world-class hiking, skiing, and the arts.

Which Beaver Creek condo would you choose, the splurge or the steal?

81460 Cassidy Lane Eugene, OR is currently listed by Amy Dean with Amy Deal Real Estate, Inc. for $1,300,000. 

Home to the University of Oregon Ducks, Fifth Street Public Market, Alton Baker Park, and extensive bike paths and forested trails, Eugene, Oregon, is a city of the arts and outdoor recreation, ideally situated on the Willamette River. From artisan markets and local cafés, to craft beer and organic coffee, this year-round destination attracts visitors far and wide for its mild winters and comfortable summers. Whether you’re looking to hit the Oregon Coast beaches, seeking adventure in the high country’s Cascade Mountains, or eager to sample award-winning wines from Eugene’s scenic vineyards, Oregon’s great outdoors is an integral part of the local lifestyle.

This begs the question: What can I get for $1 million in Eugene, Oregon? See what I found on SecondShelters.com today! 

Sometimes you just need to get away, and what better place than Seattle? This popular seaport city on the West Coast promises an abundance of natural beauty with spectacular waterfront homes, an active outdoorsy lifestyle, and a reputation as the coffee capitol of the world. If mountains, evergreen forests, and a good ol’ cup of joe is your thing, then this week’s Splurge vs. Steal is for you! It’s the battle of the waterfront condos, each with two-bedrooms and two-bathrooms, but with price points that are miles apart.

Choose your favorite on SecondShelters.com now!