Commissioned by a Mississippi couple to create a retreat in Florida, architect Michael Imber and designer Lynn Myers conjured up this Moroccan fantasy escape. White washed, with exotic touches and filled with 18th and 19th century antiques, the property sits along the Gulf of Mexico with it’s own roof top pool. Continue reading to view additional images of the home.
A fourth generation Parisian antiques dealer, Patrick Perrin is also the co-founder of the PAD Art Fair. He lives in a treasure filled apartment in the Saint Germain district of Paris, located in a building that his family has owned for over 100 years. Filled with a mixture of inherited pieces and modern finds, the rooms in the apartment seamlessly blend old and new. Continue reading to view additional images.
Stunning estate property with more specialty details than can possibly be described. Located in the prestigious Tuxedo Park neighborhood of Buckhead on a quiet cul-de-sac, this home has it all in its four finished levels. Elevator, Crestron,four car garage, private back yard with gorgeous pool and covered loggia, high ceilings, state of the art kitchen and baths, gorgeous lighting and drapes, 4000 bottle wine cellar, theater room, full gym, billiard room, master on main. Magnificently landscaped. This property is truly amazing and beautifully maintained. Continue reading to view additional images.
On a quaint and serene cobblestone street which captures the spirit of early 19th Century New York this published home features a refined design aesthetic and soaring interior spaces centered around a spectacular 4-story high open staircase. In the owner’s words, “Every fixture, every light bulb and every doorknob were deeply considered”. The result is a compelling blend of both historical and industrial influences, artfully combined with the modern amenities which discerning buyers seek. Continue reading to view additional images of the property.
This charming 1700s villa is located in Djurgård, Sweden, an island that is apparently located in Stockholm. The home features a romantic interior scheme throughout with pastel accents that add a touch of girlishness to the neutral backdrop. Delicate furniture and vintage chandeliers further complement the space. Continue reading to view additional images.
Actress Michelle Williams is selling the enormous Brooklyn townhouse she once shared with Heath Ledger. Located in the borough’s fashionable Boerum Hill neighborhood, the 22′ wide corner townhouse features 6-8 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms over four floors plus a finished basement with temperature controlled wine cellar and expansive built-in storage. An addition three-car garage, 12′ ceilings throughout, built-in entertainment surround sound with double turntables, wood-burning fireplace, full size deluxe kitchen with walk-in pantry, and direct access to a private landscaped rooftop garden make this one of the most luxurious residences in the city. Continue reading to view additional images.
Fingest House stands in a prominent position inthe middle of the village and is Listed Grade 11 built around 1790 with 14.25 acres. It has many fine period features the hall and dining room of particular note being specially mentioned in the listing, it benefits from a number of open fireplaces with the principal rooms having views over the delightful gardens.
There is an attractive courtyard, beautiful gardens and grounds being a perfect compliment to the property as well as a separate cottage. The gardens are a particularly fine feature of the house. There is a croquet lawn, an area of orchard and expanses of lawn interspersed with mature Yew hedges and deep herbaceous borders against the old garden wall. The tennis court and swimming pool are tucked away at the far end of the garden.
Adjacent to the house is a substantial brick and flint barn with ample storage and loft space. Planning permission has been granted for anew stable yard with 4 loose boxes. Continue reading to view additional images of the property.
Unparalleled in its sophisticated elegance and chic contemporary design, this Georgian manor estate which was originally built in 1930, has been completely renovated. Today with over 20,000 square feet, this magnificent architectural masterpiece juxtaposes historic period details with contemporary splendor. The entry gallery is anchored by a phenomenal modern staircase cantilevered from exposed brick walls. The fluidity and movement in the contours of the sweeping staircase create an energy indicative of the residence itself.
The entertaining floor features a sumptuous living room, handsome library with dedicated ventilation system, tremendous dining room, all of which enjoy fireplaces, an orangerie, exposed brick aviary, state-of-the-art kitchen with breakfast room and lounge, gardening room and family room. The master bedroom suite includes an expansive bedroom with fireplace and private terrace, wonderfully large dressing area and spa like bathroom with floors made of poured clear terrazzo and clear shattered glass.
The main residence sits majestically on a hilltop on 25 acres of rolling meadows and lightly wooded property and borders the 150 acre Marsh Sanctuary. It is accessed by a gated entrance and stately winding driveway. A pond, 2 bedroom guest cottage, 65 foot pool, pool cabana and tennis court complete this esteemed property. Continue reading to view additional images.
The quaint seaside town of Carmel, California, is famous for the charming cottages that populate it’s surroundings. By-the-Way Cottage is the name of this English-country style home located in Carmel that was built in 1920 by the architect M.J. Murphy. Murphy’s homes remain in demand in the area today and a brief tour of the picturesque interiors of this residence it is easy to see why. Continue reading to view additional photos.