duPont REGISTRY A Buyers Gallery of Fine Homes® January 2021 Uncovered

Dear Reader,

I want to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New Year. 2020 has certainly proven to be an “interesting” year – one that has caused distractions and changes to our lives that we would not have expected. Through all of this, the real estate industry has been booming in some key markets, people have been spending more time at home, and lifestyles have become more casual.

With this shift, when looking to make a real estate purchase, the list of home amenities has become more important than ever. That’s why our three FEATURED PROPERTIES are commanding so much attention. They are all very different in look, feel, style and location but they do all offer amenities galore.

— Thomas L. duPont, Publisher Emeritus

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Featured Properties

A Majestic Masterpiece

This magnificent estate features 10,633 square feet and boasts eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms, a four-car garage, an elevator, two master suites, a theatre room and extraordinary Strip views throughout. Located in Spanish Hills Estates, one of Las Vegas’ premier neighborhoods; this luxurious custom estate is in close proximity to the 215, McCarran Airport, Shopping, DTS, restaurants and is just ten minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.  View Listing

Milepost Manor

Among the most breathtaking mountain estates ever available in the mountains of North Carolina, Milepost Manor offers that rare assemblage of a true, private sanctuary on 550 acres of manicured, park-like grounds threaded by rushing waters, abundant wildlife, 1,000 feet of elevation change, and unparalleled recreational opportunities for generations to come. Soaring over the valley below, this incredible new residence displays a scale and style of architecture as majestic as the surrounding mountains. Additional amenities include: incredible gorge views, 3 story waterfall, streams, ATV & hiking trails, outdoor pavilion with stone fireplace, adjacent studio apartment, 12,500 SF warehouse, and a caretaker home in a private setting. Different acreage packages are available, please contact our team!  View Listing

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. Custom built with no expense spared using only the finest materials. Access to the stables and 3,600 sq. ft. main residence is through two (2) separate gated entrances. The stables have two (2) 16’ wide center aisles each with 14 stalls. Each private aisle is complemented with separate tack rooms, lounges, laundry, feed, bathrooms, six wash racks and grooming stalls. The four-bedroom main residence is a private and quiet refuge with spectacular pool and lanai. Situated only a short walk from the stables the residence provides the ultimate in understated elegance.  View Listing

Golf Enthusiast Estates

By Alyssa Mammano

Families, empty-nesters and bachelor types who may have had the idea to invest in a second-home rolling around in the back of their minds were reinvigorated in their searches in 2020 as the pandemic turned the world on its head. Reports claim that golf course properties saw a resurgence in the months following the COVID-19 outbreak, especially those in remote destinations. Many coming from larger, populous cities took the search for a secluded second residence more seriously. Locations within driving distance from buyers’ primary residences allowed them to travel between the two frequently, making the purchase seemingly more sound. With places of business and schools going remote for a period of time, now is a great an opportunity as any to pass the time at a golf course community.  View Listings

Magnificent Manors

By Alyssa Mammano

Derivative of European castles and having historical significance rooted in upper-echelon ownership, magnificent manors were originally country estates with extensive land fortified to fend off uninvited visitors. Manors encompassed small towns where most all people lived in medieval times, housing a blacksmith, bakery, mill, orchard, gardens and a community of people to create a self-sufficient society. A grand hall within the main manor served as a central gathering space for the people of the community. The manor was owned by a royal lord or noble who resided in the manor, while villagers lived in its ancillary structures. Knights of the king would oversee the community and provide its profits from agriculture and business to the king.  View Listings

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