Along one of the storied streets of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, this stately five-bedroom townhouse stands as a stalwart example of the traditions and regal refinement for which its historic neighborhood is known and beloved. Spanning an impressive five levels, the 8,310-square-foot interiors conjure the elegance of a bygone era, with richly hued hardwood floors, classical wall treatments, detailed moldings and millwork, mullioned windows, and warming wood-burning fireplaces. Modern amenities are in no short supply, of course, including a security system, multizone central air conditioning, and an elevator offering effortless access to all five floors.
Australia is famous for its wide-open spaces, its beaches, and its vibrant array of flora and fauna, among many other things. With highly-urbanized and cultural landmarks like Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne, it’s hard to argue that between the natural beauty – and the manmade variety – Australia remains high on the list of sought-after destinations.
From New York to California, these homes feature stained-glass elements that transmit light and transform it into color, creating accents that are both visually striking and vibrant.
Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC today announced that Desselle Real Estate is the newest member of its global network and will now operate as Capital Sotheby’s International Realty. The addition marks the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand’s continued growth in Arkansas and its second company in the state.
This extraordinary five-bedroom residence has vintage character and timeless charm, while recently redesigned to accommodate today’s modern lifestyle. Renovated in 2018 by the award-winning team, Steve Gidley and Steve Lecher, this gracious 1911 New Canaan home won a Master of Design award for being transformed into a sophisticated and elegant modern residence.
The word patio may bring to mind warm nights and seasonal produce on the barbecue, but there’s much to be said for outdoor spaces that can be enjoyed beyond the summer season. Crisp autumn mornings and cooler evenings don’t necessarily mean it’s time to head indoors—it may simply be time for a seasonal update. With a little help from expert Scott Selzer, CEO of pergola manufacturer StruXure, these five tips will help you transform your patio into a luxury space you can enjoy well past the warmer months.
Whether the setting is steps from a beach in the Hamptons or the countryside outside Santa Fe, a vaulted ceiling has the power to transform a room into a space filled with volume, drama, and light.
With golden touches flickering from the past and a forward architectural design, The Paramount makes a bold and worthy statement for those who aspire to leave the complications of living on the ground behind.
In a state more widely known for relaxed contemporary designs and the historic Mission aesthetic, this distinguished Federalist home designed by early-20th-century architect Frederick Kennedy Jr. strikes a distinctive tone. Enjoying a premier location in Pasadena’s prestigious Huntington Library District and dating to 1923, it has been re-imagined and thoroughly renovated to accommodate sophisticated modern living with every desirable amenity and convenience.
In serene locations from California’s wine country to banks of the Pecos River, these rural retreats enjoy inspiring views, fresh air, interiors that are as enchanting as their surroundings, and plentiful peaceful privacy.