$1 Billion Parcel of Land is Most Expensive Listing in LA History

The highest mountaintop in 90210 has a parcel of land at its peak worth $1,000,000,000. The plat of land is 157 acres total, with a continuous 32 acres of flatland perfect for building the most magnificent home capturing 360-degree views of downtown Los Angeles and Malibu on one side, and glimpses of the San Gabriel Mountains at the opposite end. The buyer of this undeveloped land will not only own the most expensive listing in Los Angeles history, but will also own the Mountain of Beverly Hills. This record-setting property, with unobstructed sweeping views of downtown LA and the Pacific Ocean all the way to Catalina Island, is truly without compare. Continue reading

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Top 5 Homes of the Week

It is officially Fall and whether you enjoy this change in the weather or are ready to pack up and head south, we have a compilation of Fall and Winter escapes for your enjoyment. From the Colorado mountains to the beaches of the Cayman Islands and everywhere in between, we have you covered for the season. Find the Fall home of your dreams among our Top 5 Homes of the Week.
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duPont REGISTRY A Buyers Gallery of Fine Homes October 2018 Uncovered

I recently read an article that focused on luxury real estate and it noted that the meaning of luxury has changed. It’s no longer about just price point – it has now taken on a more personal definition. It may mean convenience, amenities, features and anything else that helps offer a lifestyle that promotes “happier living.”

In looking at the mix of properties being presented by our real estate partners, I realized the truth in these words. Of course, living happier lives may come with a price tag but it also comes with the opportunity for a uniqueness that is defined by the individual doing the looking.

— Thomas L. duPont, Publisher Emeritus
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Never-Ending Summer with Biophilic Design

By Alyssa Mammano

With the summer season nearing a close, you may be feeling nostalgic about long summer days and balmy evenings coming to an end. But, there is a way to incorporate the outdoors in the design of your home’s interior so summer can stay with you all year long. This modern design trend is known as biophilic design, which incorporates nature into our living spaces. The philosophy behind biophilic design is based on sustainability and decreased environmental impact through architecture. Even if you’re not planning to build a new home from the ground up following this new design trend, there are still ways to bring the outdoors into your current home. Continue reading

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Paraiso at Ocean Club Estates

When it comes to investing in a vacation home, savvy investors and high-net-worth individuals are typically looking for three things: location, privacy and amenities. Continue reading

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Penthouse Living on the River

By Linde Hyder

Sleek and sophisticated, this stylish residence provides unparalleled penthouse living amid a backdrop of picturesque riverfront views and downtown city lights. Superior in luxury and location, the offering is strategically situated atop the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place, presenting an ideal opportunity for use as a corporate retreat, game day gatherings or executive showplace. Recognized as the area’s premier waterfront hotel, the property is just minutes to the West Virginia University campus and a short commute to Pittsburgh. Major hiking trails, ski resorts and whitewater rafting facilities are also in close proximity. Continue reading

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Tarpon Pointe Estate

Situated on a private point lot along the banks of historic New River and surrounded by water on three sides, this ultra-luxurious estate is one of the most spectacular residential properties in all of South Florida. The home, guest house and other structures are set on nearly 1.5 acres of prime riverfront with 600+ feet of water frontage, providing protected dockage for a megayacht. Continue reading

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Victorian Farmhouse Restored to Perfection

By Linde Hyder

The highly sought-after area of Lower Gwynedd provides an idyllic setting for this striking Victorian farmhouse situated on five acres of lush green lawns and meticulously landscaped grounds. Surrounded by estate properties of similar stature, the 7,576-square-foot design has been masterfully reimagined to capture the charm of yesteryear while incorporating the finest elements and conveniences of today. The result is a timeless beauty that seamlessly blends two eras, creating a home that welcomes comfortable family living as well as gracious entertaining. Continue reading

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Sky Mountain

Sky Mountain is more than 300 stunning acres of unmatched and unobstructed vistas of the Pacific Ocean and one of the last few enchanting estates this size on the West Coast. Nestled in the heart of Montecito California in the highly coveted neighborhood of Santa Barbara sits endless opportunity in the form of a purely clean slate. Continue reading

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