Unique and impressive architecture defines our Top 5 Homes of the Week – from mountain moderns to waterfront castles. In designing, building and outfitting each of these homes, expert architects worked diligently to create delightful works of master craftsmanship. Which of these unique listings defines your architectural style? Continue reading
An emerging trend in recent years, Health and Wellness have taken root and continue to flourish as focal points in new real estate developments in 2020. The paradigm shift in technology allowing us to live longer lives while also enabling us to adopt more unhealthy, sedentary habits has awoken a movement toward Health and Wellness as a priority in all areas of our lives, including where and how we live. Interest in exercise and healthy habits has risen and continues to rise as we step into 2020. According to the recently-released Coldwell Banker Global Luxury® Report for 2020, affluent buyers are likely to pay more for healthy, eco-friendly amenities where they live. Continue reading
Of the United States’ 618,000 millennial millionaires, most have settled on a zip code in a small town in Michigan four hours from Detriot, called Traverse City. Coldwell Banker Global Luxury together with WealthEngine conducted a study to analyze the lifestyles of America’s wealthies millennials: anyone age 23 to 37 with a net worth of $1 million or more. Of the top 10 zip codes researched in the study, 49685 was found to house the most millennial millionaires. Continue reading
All of our Top 5 Homes of the Week happen to be located in Florida and Texas, both desirable states to spend the winter months. With enticing warm weather, waterfront locations and emerging cities for both work and play, Florida and Texas would be ideal destinations for a seasonal property. If warm-weather coastal living is your style, find a home that fits your vibe among our Top 5 Homes of the Week below.
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These warm-weather estate homes offer an escape from the winter chill at a summer home of distinction. Brimming with top-of-the-line features, each of our Top 5 Homes of the Week exude opulance with fine craftsmanship in intricate woodwork, custom finishes an high-end appliances. Not a detail was overlooked nor expense spared in any of these brilliant homes.
Vornado Realty Trust’s 220 Central Park South has closed another major sale for $64.1 million at the end of October. This is the building’s fourth closing for more than $60 million this year, with a record-crushing sale at $240 million in January. Two additional units were sold at $65.75 million and $61 million in July and September, respectively. The next priciest sale was for $55.5 million in October. Continue reading
Where the Meatpacking District meets Chelsea, a discreet six-story townhouse draped in other-worldly design elements has just hit the market for $17,999,000. The 11,000-square-foot abode listed by Ryan Serhant and Nicole Palermo of Nest Seekers International was formerly rented by international superstar Lady Gaga. With a private curb-cut garage, 13-foot ceilings, an elevator servicing all six floors and a 2,000-square-foot rooftop deck, Mother Monster surely luxuriated in the comforts of 357 West 17th Street. Continue reading
From condominium living to modern architecture, to traditional design, ranch properties and tropical waterfront estates, each of our Top 5 Homes of the Week offers a design style and lifestyle for any preference. Each of these homes is a dream realized for a discerning buyer. Which one would you choose?
By Alyssa Mammano
Fire and art combine to create a unique new feature trending in high-end homes. Fire features nod to the essential fire pit and elevate the concept with an artistic approach. The movement comes from elemental inspiration to incorporate earth, water, wind and fire into outdoor living spaces. Either adjacent to or even incorporated within a pool, fire features can take an impressive backyard with a breathtaking view and enhance it. Continue reading