This timeless contemporary luxury home located at 1518 Bel Air Road in Los Angeles, California is the ultimate glamorous contemporary living. The open floor plan with state-of-the-art design seamlessly joins the outdoor living areas. A 70 foot quartz infinity pool faces breathtaking mountain top views.
With a 360 degree views from a hilltop in Rancho Santa Fe, California, this elegant and timeless luxury home was designed by Safdie Rabines Architects. The 10,000 square feet estate enjoys 6 bedrooms, 8 baths, 6 car garage, a spectacular swimming pool and patio terraces which blends seamlessly with the interior spaces.
Portabello Estate In the Corona Del Mar neighbourhood in Newport Beach, California is a luxury private sanctuary with astonishing recreational facilities. The flowing construction of the property is designed to blend with ocean waves and coastal rock formations.
Located at 9 High Point Road in the exclusive Bridle Path neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, this luxury estate is the most expensive home in Canada listed at CAN$26 million (US$25.5 million). The property has 9 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley, tennis court, cinema and a stunning concourse at the centre of the house.
Situated on a hill in Laguna Beach, California, this beautiful modern house with panoramic view is truly a dream home. All the rooms have wall-to-wall windows with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean.
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.
The Waterford Estate is a stunning 160 arce Shangri-La on Lake Erie in Vermilion, Ohio with 2,300 of waterfront, its own private beach and a marina. Built in 1991, the immaculately landscaped property was owned by the late Donald Brown, the inventor of the drop ceiling.
Designed by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen, the home is a series of concrete “pods” connected by glass corridors. Some of the unique features of the property include a heliport, a airplane hangar, and a garage with rotating floor so that there is no need to back up your car.
Inside the 2-storey residence, the atmosphere is intimate even with its 100 rooms, which include 5 bedrooms, 16 baths, 3 kitchens, 2 kitchenettes, a wine grotto, a sauna, 2 elevators, a 40′ lap pool and a 20′ round indoor pool.
MC1 House is a residential project located near Manuel Antonio Park, Quepos in Costa Rica. Designed by Robles Arquitectos, this luxury house was built on a site where it was possible to protect the ecosystem as much as possible. The use of glass lets natural light to filter through, minimizing energy consumption, and allowing the integration or exterior and interior.