May 19, 2022

Plenty of drama keeps things interesting on this Netflix reality show, which follows the agents at the Oppenheim Group in Los Angeles. But even if he-said-she-said kind of squabbles are not your thing, it is worth tuning in to check out the gorgeous multimillion-dollar properties featured on the show. There’s the modern Hollywood Hills behemoth viewers saw being constructed during season one, which ultimately sold for a whopping $35.5 million, and numerous other chic homes, such as the traditional property where agent Mary Fitzgerald and her husband Romain Bonnet tied the knot, a favorite of the Oppenheim Group founder Jason Oppenheim. “I really love the house where Mary and Romain get married. It has a stunningly timeless yet refined traditional architecture, beautiful brass fixtures, a pebbled driveway that reminds me of the South of France, and a private and large grassy yard,” he says. “It’s really the type of property that will look just as good in 20 years as it does today.”

Amazing Interiors

Where to watch: Netflix

File this under aspirational fantasy homes come to life. On this series, homeowners show off the eccentric and unique ways that they’ve decked out the interiors of their homes with to reflect their specific interests and lifestyles, ranging from a retiree with a full-size aquarium installed in his living room for scuba diving to an origami-inspired apartment with movable walls.

The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes

Where to watch: Netflix

The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes fuses the aesthetic pleasure of beautiful architecture with the decadence of world travel, visiting unconventionally designed homes in places as far-flung as Norway, India, and Portugal. In each episode, viewers will gush over the inventive spaces that make each house a true one-of-a-kind home.

Cabins in the Wild

Where to watch: Netflix

Every cabin has a story to tell, and on Cabins in the Wild, craftsman Will Hardie and engineer Dick Strawbridge are on a mission to learn more about eight different unique structures—including one modeled after an airship cockpit and another cabin built in a treehouse—before endeavoring to design their own.

Extreme Homes

Where to watch: Seasons 1 and 4 are on Hulu. Also on Discovery+ 

For some, the adventure is in the homestead. On Extreme Homes, homeowners show off their untraditionally structured dwellings, including one that stretches out like an accordion, one that is made up entirely of refrigerator panels, and yet another one that was built to resemble Easter eggs.

House Hunters International

Where to watch: Hulu and Discovery+

One of the many spin-offs of the wildly popular HGTV series House Hunters, this show chronicles the trials and travails of families, individuals, and couples looking to find the perfect home among three presented to them by agents. On the international version of the series, buyers are searching for homes everywhere from Prague to São Paulo, and tackling the challenges of buying real estate overseas.


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