No expense was spared with the building of this 15,000-square-foot luxury estate in Corona, California. The architecture and interior design are fashioned in the French and Italian traditions of European aristocracy. The foyer of the home extends into a central isle with dome glass ceiling. Its grandness is reminiscent of St. Peter’s Basilica. Ionic capital columns support the arched hallways, and marble flooring, crown moulding and baseboards provide an air of opulence and old world elegance. The landscaping of the property has the ambiance of a Tuscan estate with its mature olive trees. The estate has magnificent views of the Santa Ana Mountains and city lights. A 17,000-square-foot swimming pool and party pavilion along with a cinema and ballroom offer grand scale entertaining and living.
Champ d’Or Mansion at 1851 Turbeville Road in Hickory Creek, Texas is a 48,000-square-foot luxury home inspired by the architecture and interior design of chateau Vaux-le-Vicomte. The estate is owned by Alan Goldfield and his wife Shirley, hence the name Champ d’Or (Field of Gold). The property is surrounded by beautiful gardens and private lakes. Inside the house, a stunning grand staircase in the foyer leads to a domed ceiling. The green tea room is modelled after New York’s Tavern on the Green. There is a two-storey Chanel-style closet in the master suite. The estate also features two swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), a cinema, a bowling alley and a steam room.
Canadian billionaire Paul Desmarais has a stunning property on 21,000 acres of land located in Sagard, in the heart of Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada. Inspired by the architecture of French royal estates before the Revolution, the luxury estate has beautiful formal gardens that remind one of the Palace of Versailles. The estate also has a breathtaking view of the lake and the valley beyond.
Casa Abril is a luxury grand estate located in Berazategui, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The property sits on 7.41 acres of land and was originally built in 1932 by renowned architect José Mille for its first owners, the Pereyra Iraola family. The architecture of the 46,000 sq. ft. mansion was inspired by palaces like Versailles. This sublime mansion features incredibly spacious rooms, high ceilings, stained glass windows, wrought iron handrails and all the characteristics of French Classicism.
The architectural style of this home in Paradise Valley, Arizona combines the elegance of European design with Spanish influences and casual old world charm. Architect Mark Candelaria used clean simple lines and masonry construction to render the home a part of the scenery of the native landscape that surrounds it. Working closely with landscape artist Jeff Berghoff and interior designer Leonard Porras, the team created a private oasis that blends the comfort of the indoors and outdoor spaces seamlessly. The casual elegance of the home provides its inhabitants with both luxury and tranquility.
The moment you step through the grand iron gates of this luxury home in Palm Beach, Florida, you will notice the meticulously maintained landscape and stunning exterior architecture. The home enjoys gorgeous views of the Intracoastal Waterway from every major room, and the elegant interior design has a coastal flavour of a waterfront home.