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.
Located at 314 Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights, New York, this beautiful home with Brownstone architecture was newly constructed in keeping with the traditional style. The elegant contemporary interior decor makes the home a modern but traditionally detailed space.
This elegant home on a tree-lined street in Willowtown is a perfect blend of 19th century architecture and 21st century construction and interior design.
Situated on a bluff overlooking Lake Mälaren, Sweden, this inspiring wooden palace has a commanding magnificent view. You can see Drottningholm Palace from its rooftop veranda.
The Gustavian inspired architecture with touches of Empire style was designed by popular 19th century architect Magnus Isæus.
The iconic brownstone at 169 East 71st Street in Manhattan, New York City was made famous by the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s starring Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly who lived here alongside Paul Varjak, played by George Peppard.
The Tower is a magnificent six-storey castle home which is once again on the market for anyone who is physically fit enough to climb the stairs!