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!
This spectacular estate located on Mandeville Canyon Road in Los Angeles, California is reminiscent of a home in the horse country of Kentucky. The classic architectural elements are incorporated with the functionality and luxury living of today’s modern family. The home is informal yet spacious with park-like grounds of a equestrian estate.
Since 1837, Buckingham Palace in London, England has served as the the official residence of Britain’s sovereigns. For those who receive an invitation to Buckingham Palace, they first enter into the Grand Hall and up the stunning marble stairs of the Grand Staircase. The Throne Room today is used for special occasions such as for Royal Wedding photographs. The grandest of all the state rooms is the White Drawing Room which serves as a Royal reception room for The Queen and members of the Royal Family before State occasions.
The architecture of this house located in an affluent neighbourhood in Barcelona, Spain has a British style traditional charm. The columns and arch door provide a classic elegance to the exterior. By contrast, the interior design of the home by Joan Sandoval Amat is eclectic and modern.