You've had your eye on that property for years. Built in 1141 in Segovia, Spain, it's a bit old and far far away. But piece by piece, you can have it shipped to America and re-assembled stone by stone. You'll be the envy of all your neighbors living in their so-called "historic" houses. That's what publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst did in 1925, not with a home but with the Spanish Monastery, now known as the Ancient Spanish Monastery, St. Bernard de Clarivaux. Following a financial downturn for Hearst, a subsequent auction of the stones, and their quarter-of-a-century stay in a warehouse, the pile somehow ended up erected as a tourist attraction in -- of all places -- North Miami Beach. And there it has sat squarely and elegantly... More >>>