This ultimate beach cottage is designed in the traditional shingle-style American luxury home. Every room on the main level opens onto a porch. The most interesting feature of the house is the fully accessible lighthouse tower.
Arley Tower is a Grade II listed folly in Upper Arley, Worcestershire, England, built in 1842 from local Arley stone in a Gothic Revival style. The two storey tower was converted to a lovely two-bedroom home with a modern kitchen.
Originally built in 1915, this Southampton estate on Long Island, New York has been restored to its original grandeur. The intimate elegant rooms offer the finest details. The interior design has a contemporary country feel. This luxury home with 18,000 square feet of interior living space overlooks 9 acres of beautiful landscaping. The resort-like home also features indoor pool, outdoor pool, tennis court, and a 4-car-garage.
This stunning neo-French Renaissance Chateauesque style home located on Central Park in New York is one of the greatest residences in Manhattan. The list price for this property is US$12.5 million.
This charming turn-of-the-century house in Svalnäs in the county of Stockholm, Sweden has been elegantly restored to mint condition. Originally built in 1909, the house has a total of four levels, including an attic and a basement. Fine details such as oak flooring, gourmet gas stove, firewood stove and original cabinets and fixtures provide the interior space with a fresh yet traditional atmosphere.
Musician Moby bought a castle built in the 1920s in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, California and restored it to its original elegance. The house has all the old Hollywood flourishes. The renovation preserves details such as wood-beamed ceiling, and the furnishings are mid-century modern. The garages are turned into kick boxing room and recording studio. The house is set on three acres with stupendous views. From the deck you can see the Hollywood Reservoir, the famous Hollywood sign and, on a clear day, the Pacific Ocean.