Set atop the CitySpire Center at 150 West 56th Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York, this stunning penthouse condominium occupies the top three floors of the building. The apartment has 8,000 square of interior living space and 3,000 square feet of exterior space.
This private Mediterranean style gated estate on Oak Pass Road in Beverly Hills, California is set on 2 acres of magical surroundings. The beautiful park-like grounds with a lagoon style waterfall swimming pool and a grotto spa is ideal for anyone looking for a magical hideaway.
The Lake House is a stunning glass and steel house built on a cliff overlooking Lake Tahoe in Crystal Bay, Nevada. This architectural tour de force has a 6-level stairwell and a glass elevator with walls of multi layered glass maximize sweeping views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Situated on the shores of Lake Washington in Bellevue, Washington, this charming villa with beautiful Italianate architecture is meticulously constructed. The interior is extremely well crafted and the landscaping reflects the style and charm of the Mediterranean.
This elegant waterfront estate on Mercer Island in Washington is a showpiece of craftsmanship and serene privacy. The interior features Mahogany millwork, radiant limestone floors, hand crafted glass/iron foyer with 30 foot ceilings. The outdoor infinity pool faces Lake Washington with access to a private dock. There is also a beautiful garden with streams, ponds and granite terraces.
The fashionable Yorkville Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is lined with boutiques, art galleries and fine specialty stores. At the heart of this exclusive neighbourhood is The Hazelton Hotel and Private Residences at 118 Yorkville Avenue.
Designed by SHH Architects, this luxury Victorian townhouse near Hyde Park in London, England boasts 2,800 square foot of contemporary living space. The modern and understated elegance of the interior design takes a casual yet glamourous approach that makes the home feels cosy and sophisticated at the same time.
Located in the Adirondack Mountains in Saranac, New York, this unique property with its own FAA-approved airstrip was converted to a luxury home from an nuclear missile silo.
During the Cold War, this Saranac site was part of the Atlas missile system developed by the United States government. The underground missile silo contained the Atlas F missile which was connected to an underground missile launch control center.
In 1965, the missile silo was decommissioned and the land was auctioned off. The current owners purchased the land about 20 years ago and began transforming it into a livable residence.