duPont REGISTRY A Buyers Gallery of Fine Homes® April 2020 Uncovered

Dear Reader,

Regardless of who you are, what your lifestyle is or where you live, one thing is certain – as we look ahead to Spring of 2020, the luxury marketplace, according several top real estate experts, is strong. There is an increased demand for second-home and resort-style properties. And the global real estate marketplace is surging. We take you to some fantastic locations in this issue – a little something for everyone looking to explore the luxury marketplace.

— Thomas L. duPont, Publisher Emeritus

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Featured Properties

A Piece of Paradise to Call Your Own

By Linde Hyder

“Far from the maddening crowd but close enough to life’s necessities, lies a piece of paradise you can call home. Ocean views are endless here, as are scenes of gentle manatees, playful dolphins and an array of colorful birds. Commanding two oceanfront lots in the Florida Keys city of Marathon, this estate is strategically positioned in a setting that defies comparison.”  View Editorial

An Old-World Masterpiece in Ross, California

By Linde Hyder

“Situated a few miles north of San Francisco—across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge—Ross, California is home to idyllic landscaped streets, quaint shops, tree-covered hills and world-famous biking trails. Here, amid an atmosphere of small-town charm, modern conveniences co-exist in harmony with the natural environment. Many celebrities have called Ross home and now, you can too.”  View Editorial

This Home is Unrivaled.

“Thirty-foot glass walls offer 180° views of the lake over the infinity-edge pool. Bi-fold sliding doors open to seamlessly allow the great room and dining area to become part of the terrace. The two-story vertical glass wine room is unforgettable.”  View Editorial

The Flourishing West Coast of Florida

By Alyssa Mammano

“The west coast of Florida attracts second-home-seekers with its subtropical climate, gleaming scenery and water sports galore, not to mention its up-and-coming downtown areas, elite golf courses, fine dining and boutique shopping. As it happens, the internationally-regarded offices of duPont REGISTRY™ are headquartered in Saint Petersburg, within the Tampa Bay area.”  View Editorial

Top West Coast of Florida Properties

Sanibel and Captiva Islands: Near the Mainland But Out of This World

Photo courtesy of Roberta Schuldenfrei

By Linde Hyder

“Crossing the Sanibel Causeway is like entering another world. A world where sunsets are so spectacular they take your breath away. A world filled with 15 miles of pristine beaches and zero stop lights. Here—just a short drive from Fort Myers on Florida’s West Coast—are Sanibel and Captiva Islands, a tropical paradise unlike any other.”  View Editorial

Unequaled Equestrian and Ranch Properties

By Alyssa Mammano

“Impacting the economy by $50 billion, the horse industry within the United States is substantial. According to the National Economic Impact Study conducted by the American Horse Council Foundation, nearly one million people are directly employed in equestrian-related fields, including veterinarians, trainers, caretakers and ranch owners. Undoubtedly, equine enthusiasts in the U.S. are passionate about their horses and providing the best care possible for these magnificent animals.”  View Editorial

Top Equestrian Estates

Wellington’s Finest

“La Victoria Farm, a 7.3-acre equestrian property is being offered for the first time. Located only a short hack to the show grounds, this 28-stall equestrian property with main residence is designed for the ultimate equestrian lifestyle.”  View Editorial


Luxury Meets Beauty in Broadmoor Colorado Springs, Colorado

By Linde Hyder

“Majestic mountain beauty, a vibrant palette of colorful scenery and an outstanding quality of life are but a few of the things that draw people to Colorado Springs. A pleasant climate throughout the four seasons—including warmer temperatures during winter—affords opportunities to enjoy year-round recreation. Here in Colorado Springs, the things to do are limitless and the memories made last a lifetime.”  View Editorial

National Register of Historic Places, “Immokolee”

“This historic home rests beneath a canopy of 300-year-old oak trees. The main house, on just under 40 acres, with stucco finish and barrel tile roof, overlooks the pool, beneath a three-story screen enclosure. Built in 1930, this 5-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom extraordinary Mediterranean revival features 6 fireplaces, original brass screens, Mizner cypress doors, fountains and floor tiles. “Immokolee” resonates with the times of a family who lived and entertained here. Also featured is a 3-bedroom, 2 bath guest house, exercise room with bar and fireplace, and walled garden, plus an additional 5 car garage with workshop. This secluded, one of a kind estate has been beautifully preserved and is listed on the U.S Department of interior National Registry of Historic Places.”  View Editorial

Stunning Showplace in North Carolina’s Research Triangle

By Linde Hyder

“The blossoming city of Raleigh sets the stage for this 5,388-square-foot home conveniently located in the family-oriented community of Rose Hall, just minutes to downtown. Ranked second worldwide for quality of life by Numbeo, Raleigh is known for its technology, scholar and life science institutions in the area of North Carolina recognized as ‘The Triangle.’ Equally enticing are a host of cultural sights and culinary delights.”  View Editorial

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