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The Great Outdoors | National Park Neighbors

Posted on April 25, 2017

There is a delight in the hardy life of the open. There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy and its charm.
~ Teddy Roosevelt, President of the United States

From coast to coast, the United States is home to 58 national parks; preserved and protected, these sacred lands showcase the varied natural beauty available throughout the country. Our last installment of the Great Outdoors takes us to homes in four of these treasured places; from east to west let’s visit Acadia, Shenandoah, Grand Teton, and Pinnacles National Park in search for nature’s finest.

Maine

$1,200,000 USD | Bar Harbor, Maine | The Swan Agency Sotheby’s International Realty

Completely renovated in 2014, Bogue Chitto was the site of The Swan Agency Sotheby’s International Realty and Maine Home + Design Magazine’s 2014 Designer Showhouse. The remaining shorefront and interior lots are being developed with new homes. All residents of Bogue Chitto enjoy rights to the dock and oceanfront deck area. Located directly across the road from the entrance to Acadia National Park, the location of Bogue Chitto is ideally situated for access to all of the areas most coveted spots.

Virginia

$1,699,000 USD | Huntly, Virginia | Hunt Country Sotheby’s International Realty

Holland Hill harmonizes one’s living environment with nature. Expansive views as far as the eye can see are enjoyed from all directions. This 25-acre property is nestled in the foothills of the Shenandoah National Park in the verdant county of Rappahannock, Virginia. The Appalachian Trail, mountain stream fishing and local vineyards are some of the area’s most noteworthy escapes. Professionally designed and constructed in 2008 with efficiency and a low environmental footprint in mind, this geo-thermal house shares a strong bond with its environment.

National parks and reserves are an integral aspect of intelligent use of natural resources. It is the course of wisdom to set aside an ample portion of our natural resources as national parks and reserves, thus ensuring that future generations may know the majesty of the earth as we know it today.
~ John F. Kennedy, President of the United States

Wyoming

$2,495,000 USD | Jackson, Wyoming | Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty

This 4,850-square-foot home is in the heart of Grand Teton National Park; looking directly at the Tetons from this over three-acre parcel, hike, bike, or fish in the park with this elegant home as your starting point. The home includes a kitchen for the gourmet cook and entertaining, a separate office/study, an exercise room and a sitting room off the master bedroom. The very well thought out floor plan captures the expansive views of the Grand and Teton Range as well as surrounding mountains.

California

$1,495,000 USD | Soledad, California | Home & Ranch Sotheby’s International Realty

Experience the sprawling views of the Salinas Valley and West Pinnacles National Park from this private 160-acre ranch in the Gabilan Mountain Range. The unique estate boasts active production of ultra-premium Chalone AVA Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, onsite ATV trails, and Pinnacles National Park trail access. The exceptional residence is meticulously designed with high-end finishes, open floor plan, stone wine cellar, lap pool, and floor-to-ceiling windows that take in picturesque views from every room.

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Significant Sales – Best of Volume I

Posted on April 24, 2017

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From captivating waterfront retreats and soaring metropolitan penthouses, to vast, sprawling ranches and everything in between, many remarkable properties were featured in Volume I of Significant Sales. Here are five of the top homes from Significant Sales – Best of Volume I.

01-BriggsFreeman

Price Undisclosed | Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty | Texas, USA

The largest sale in the history of the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand, The W.T. Waggoner Ranch is one of the largest and most famous ranches in the United States and was established in 1849. Never before o ered for sale in 165 years of ownership prior to this sale, the sprawling Ranch estate includes more than 535,000-contiguous acres spread over six North Texas counties, incorporating two main compounds, many homes and signi cant infra- structure, including a 65,000-square-foot Ranch o ce headquarters in nearby Vernon, Texas.

02-HOM

$45,000,000 USD | HÔM Sotheby’s International Realty | California, USA

Twin Points is an over two-acre landmark oceanfront estate on the coast of Southern California. Majestically situated, its 1,400 lineal feet of waterfront include two massive landforms projecting into the ocean. Together, these “twin points” shelter the private cove that lies between. Atop the rock, magnificent gardens and lawns transform the site into a paradise. Behind its gates, improvements include a motor court, a Polynesian-themed main residence, and a guest house. A pool and terraces await repose. Meticulously kept, these elements complement the setting and subtly bring order to an environment directed to the out of doors. A private white sand cove further distinguishes the uniqueness of this estate and adjoins a man-made lagoon.

03-EastSide

$35,000,000 USD | Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage | New York, USA

This stunning high oor apartment at 101 Central Park West between 70th and 71st Streets was impeccably renovated by Shelton, Mindel & Associates, featured in Architectural Digest and o ers the rare combination of contemporary living in a venerable pre-war co-op. Approximately 7,000 square-feet with more than ve bedrooms and boasting a vast expanse of 100 linear feet directly on the Park. The en lade of entertaining rooms includes a dramatic living room with wood burning replace, a wonderful dining room and a sun- ooded corner library with lovely views to the Midtown skyline.

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01-Damianos

$35,000,000 USD | Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty | Bahamas

Located in the exclusive community of Lyford Cay this spectacular family home is on a fabulous beach in the most private and secure of settings. Los Pastores has a total of 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, ve dressing rooms, dining room, games room, TV room, study/library, family kitchen and commercial kitchen, a large wood paneled Plantation drawing room and elevator all on nearly three acres of private tropical landscaped grounds. Complete with spacious verandas and a beachfront Tiki bar with sundeck overlooking the sea and the over ow swimming pool, experience spectacular sunsets, morning swims or a jog on the beach all at your ngertips in a beautiful setting. Amenities include a gym, grass tennis court, sta accommodation, three-car garage and stand-by generator.

02-Turks & Caicos

$22,500,000 USD | Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty | Turks & Caicos

Oliver’s Cove is perfectly positioned with nearly 800 feet of beach frontage on over six acres, including 357 feet of frontage for future expansion. Oliver’s Cove is the premier estate amongst only 12 private homes on this private island paradise. The Main House, with four bedrooms, ve-and-a-half bathrooms and 9,153-square-feet under roof boasts an in nity-edge pool set directly in the sand. The ultra-high quality interior is functional, elegant and exquisitely crafted, featuring approximately 20,000-square-feet of hand-troweled Venetian plaster walls and ceilings with aged, exposed wooden beams and hickory wood ooring throughout.

Discover all of the homes in our Best of Volume I issue of Significant Sales

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CNBC | Sotheby’s International Realty makes a push into Asia, starting with Singapore

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Singapore’s luxury property market is attracting a different set of buyers, says Michael Valdes from Sotheby’s International Realty.

Gluckman-Tang, LTL, and NADAAA selected as finalists for arts center in Telluride, Colorado

From The Architects Newspaper

By • April 11, 2017

Gluckman-Tang, LTL, and NADAAA selected as finalists for arts center in Telluride, Colorado. (Courtesy Aurelie Slegers)

Gluckman-Tang, LTL, and NADAAA selected as finalists for arts center in Telluride, Colorado. (Courtesy Aurelie Slegers)

A tiny mountain town nestled in the Rocky Mountains is bringing in the big guns for the adaptive reuse of a beloved crumbling warehouse in its burgeoning arts district.

Already a destination for the outdoorsy, the former mining village of Telluride, Colorado, decided to add ‘thriving arts community’ to the list of reasons to come and visit. Local non-profit Telluride Arts was instrumental in the push for more cultural programming and is responsible for the adaptive reuse of the dilapidated, but adored, Telluride Transfer Warehouse.

The 6,000-square-foot sandstone warehouse stands at the heart of the arts district, making it an ideal spot for a center for the arts and a good candidate for restoration. After gaining approval for restoration, Telluride Arts launched a national design competition earlier this year. “Key elements of the program include a Kunsthalle for exhibitions, flexible spaces that transform to host a multitude of events, and a small, museum-style bar/cafe that invites a constant flow of people and casual gatherings into a living-room atmosphere,” said the arts organization on their website.

(Courtesy Aurelie Slegers)

Thirty firms put their names forward and, after careful selection, three finalists have been chosen: Gluckman-Tang and Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis of New York, and NADAAA of Boston. The finalists will now have two months and a $10,000 stipend to put together a conceptual plan ready to present to the community on May 30.

During that time, the teams will visit Telluride get to know the town and the little warehouse that could. The building is listed as a National Historic Landmark and has stood for over 100 years. Originally built in 1906, it was in use until its roof collapsed in 1979. Since then, the building has stood vacant and decaying, a period that has become as much a part of its history as the life it had prior to 1979.

(Courtesy Aurelie Slegers)

NADAAA touched on this relationship of crumbling historic landmark and contemporary cultural hub in their statement to Telluride Arts.

“Rare is the opportunity to both preserve an important historic landmark and create something wholly unprecedented,” said Katie Faulkner and Nader Tehrani of NADAAA. “The Transfer Warehouse stands as a monument to Telluride’s history of perseverance. The fundamental challenge of the project will be to maintain the power of the ruin while sponsoring the vision and opportunity through architectural speculation for the Arts District.”

The final presentation will occur in Telluride on May 30 and Telluride Arts anticipates construction on the project to begin in 2019. To learn more about the Telluride Transfer Warehouse visit the Telluride Arts website here.

Bill Fandel’s Recent Significant Sales

Bill Fandel has closed three significant sales at $6 million or more in the last 4 months!

SOLD! 427 Benchmark Drive – $7,850,000 – Represented Seller

SOLD! 137 Touchdown Drive – $7,000,000 – Represented Seller & Buyer

SOLD! 710 Mountain Village Boulevard – $6,000,000 – Represented Seller

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Exposure for Telluride | ‘Top Chef’ reality show is coming to town this spring

Posted: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 8:46 am

Local foodies have reason to be excited this spring: “Top Chef,” a Bravo network reality television show, will be coming to Telluride.

Now in its 15th season, the show, which pits prominent chefs against each other in an elimination-style contest, will be filmed across the state of Colorado in Denver, Boulder and Telluride, according to a Bravo news release. Filming will begin sometime in the spring; specific dates have not been provided.

From a tourism standpoint, this means exposure for Telluride’s culinary scene, according to Kiera Skinner, Telluride Tourism Board marketing director.

Skinner said the announcement is an “incredible opportunity” for the town.

“The show does an excellent job of incorporating elements of a destination, including the culture, beauty and world class food scene into the program,” she said.

Skinner is referring to the challenges contestants face each week, which usually highlight local scenery, ingredients and restaurants.

“We are thrilled that Telluride’s assets will be showcased,” she said.

While no filming locations have been announced and places are still being scouted, Skinner said the media company has looked at places in both Telluride and Mountain Village.

According to Skinner, Telluride has been scouted for other reality television shows in the past, but Telluride declined the offers for one reason or another. “Top Chef,” on the other hand, was a “no brainer.”

She said the kind of viewers “Top Chef” attracts is similar to the type of visitors that come to Telluride.

“Bringing Telluride to (this type of) target audience will hopefully translate to interests and conversion” as it pertains to tourism numbers, Skinner said.

While the show’s executive producer, Doneen Arquines, couldn’t give away specifics about scouting locations, she did say that it hasn’t been easy due to many places being closed in the off-season.

“It’s definitely an interesting challenge for us,” she said. “Telluride seems to quiet down between the first weekend of April and Memorial Day weekend.”

Arquines said that Telluride was chosen for the show because of its unique character and location in the state.

“It’s so far away from the other mountain towns, that it was fun for us to explore something a little different,” she said, “Everyone we spoke to said that we were going to fall in love with it as soon as we saw it.”

As for picking Colorado for the upcoming season, Arquines said that while the show has spent a lot of time on the nation’s coasts, this was a chance to explore the middle of the country and its “burgeoning” culinary scene.

“I love that there is so much going on between the chefs and farmers in the area,” she said. “With so much land right outside the city, the chefs are able to have really close relationships with their farmers.”

According to a news release, the show will air later this year and will be hosted by Padma Lakshmi, who has been with the series since 2006. The “chef-testants” will be critiqued by a panel of judges, including renowned chefs Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons and Graham Elliot.

Shari Levine, Bravo’s executive vice president of current production, said Colorado was an ideal place for contestants to cook amid “awe-inspiring scenery.” The show’s goal is to explore the food culture of the cities and a mountain resort during the upcoming season.

“We are always on the hunt for the next great culinary destination and Colorado is fast becoming a hotspot for young chefs and foodies, making it an ideal backdrop for our upcoming season,” Levine said in a news release.

Posted: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 8:46 am

Local foodies have reason to be excited this spring: “Top Chef,” a Bravo network reality television show, will be coming to Telluride.

Now in its 15th season, the show, which pits prominent chefs against each other in an elimination-style contest, will be filmed across the state of Colorado in Denver, Boulder and Telluride, according to a Bravo news release. Filming will begin sometime in the spring; specific dates have not been provided.

From a tourism standpoint, this means exposure for Telluride’s culinary scene, according to Kiera Skinner, Telluride Tourism Board marketing director.

Skinner said the announcement is an “incredible opportunity” for the town.

“The show does an excellent job of incorporating elements of a destination, including the culture, beauty and world class food scene into the program,” she said.

Skinner is referring to the challenges contestants face each week, which usually highlight local scenery, ingredients and restaurants.

“We are thrilled that Telluride’s assets will be showcased,” she said.

While no filming locations have been announced and places are still being scouted, Skinner said the media company has looked at places in both Telluride and Mountain Village.

According to Skinner, Telluride has been scouted for other reality television shows in the past, but Telluride declined the offers for one reason or another. “Top Chef,” on the other hand, was a “no brainer.”

She said the kind of viewers “Top Chef” attracts is similar to the type of visitors that come to Telluride.

“Bringing Telluride to (this type of) target audience will hopefully translate to interests and conversion” as it pertains to tourism numbers, Skinner said.

While the show’s executive producer, Doneen Arquines, couldn’t give away specifics about scouting locations, she did say that it hasn’t been easy due to many places being closed in the off-season.

“It’s definitely an interesting challenge for us,” she said. “Telluride seems to quiet down between the first weekend of April and Memorial Day weekend.”

Arquines said that Telluride was chosen for the show because of its unique character and location in the state.

“It’s so far away from the other mountain towns, that it was fun for us to explore something a little different,” she said, “Everyone we spoke to said that we were going to fall in love with it as soon as we saw it.”

As for picking Colorado for the upcoming season, Arquines said that while the show has spent a lot of time on the nation’s coasts, this was a chance to explore the middle of the country and its “burgeoning” culinary scene.

“I love that there is so much going on between the chefs and farmers in the area,” she said. “With so much land right outside the city, the chefs are able to have really close relationships with their farmers.”

According to a news release, the show will air later this year and will be hosted by Padma Lakshmi, who has been with the series since 2006. The “chef-testants” will be critiqued by a panel of judges, including renowned chefs Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons and Graham Elliot.

Shari Levine, Bravo’s executive vice president of current production, said Colorado was an ideal place for contestants to cook amid “awe-inspiring scenery.” The show’s goal is to explore the food culture of the cities and a mountain resort during the upcoming season.

“We are always on the hunt for the next great culinary destination and Colorado is fast becoming a hotspot for young chefs and foodies, making it an ideal backdrop for our upcoming season,” Levine said in a news release.

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New & Notable Luxury Properties for Sale | March 2017

Posted on April 3, 2017

From the sprawling Owl Mountain Ranch in Aspen, Colorado to a modern designer villa in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, this month’s collection of exceptional properties for sale feature homes from some of the world’s finest locales.

Colorado

$50,000,000 USD | Aspen, Colorado | Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty

Located adjacent to the West Buttermilk Ski Area on 61 private acres at the end of the road, the Owl Mountain Ranch includes a 15,664-square-foot main home with seven bedrooms, seven full-baths, and three half-baths, as well as a 2,000-square-foot caretaker’s home with three bedrooms and three full-baths and a 7,500-square-foot barn that includes a 3,000-square-foot heated vehicle maintenance center with lift. Additional features include an inviting great room, chef’s kitchen with two ovens, study, theater, pub room, wine room, billiards room, vaulted ceilings, rich wooden accents, private ski run and amazing views.

Croatia

Price Upon Request | Croatia | Croatia Sotheby’s International Realty

The beautiful Croatian coast hides a world-class rarity, a unique property at 220,000 square-meters located in a Nature Park. Adria comprises five buildings with sea water swimming pools, a heliport, a private beach and marina, bowling, tennis and basketball courts, a paintball field, a four-kilometer promenade, an orchard and olive groves and a smart golf course are only some of the features of the property. It is located on a peninsula, which makes it easily accessible while providing the complete isolation of a private island.

Dubai

Price Upon Request | Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Gulf Sotheby’s International Realty

With over 15,000 square-feet of built-up area, this luxurious property sits as Dubai’s largest five-star hotel penthouse. The lavish six-bedroom duplex, located in world-renowned Palazzo Versace hotel, has no equal. Vastu compliant, this ground level duplex with an in-house elevator boasts six en-suite bedrooms, private pool, garden and terrace, two staff accommodation rooms, 10 parking spaces, and panoramic views of the Canal, the Marina, the central lagoon pool, and gardens.

Pennsylvania

$13,950,000 USD | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | Piatt Sotheby’s International Realty

Occupying a commanding position atop the Pittsburgh skyline, this three-story penthouse offers the ultimate in sophisticated urban living. The culmination of exceptionally curated materials, custom craftsmanship and peerless design, this one-of-a-kind residence features inlaid maple, white oak, and merbau wood floors flowing past walls of floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city below.

Mallorca

10.900.000 € EUR | Palma de Mallorca, Spain | Mallorca Sotheby’s International Realty

A newly built designer villa in Son Vida, this breathtaking home features views of the bay of Palma. The house measures 760 square-meters and features six bedrooms and six bathrooms. The entrance hall showcases a piano as a striking centerpiece and the open kitchen, living and dining area flows naturally onto the terrace and swimming pool with its beautiful views and wonderful Mediterranean ambience. On the lower level, there is a fitness room, sauna, lounge, home cinema, kitchenette and a wine cellar with tasting area on this floor.

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Significant Sales | Volume I – Issue XII

Posted on March 30, 2017

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From a sprawling ranch in Colorado, to a coveted estate in California, this issue of Significant Sales also showcases homes from throughout the United States, Czech Republic, Malta, South Africa, and Australia.

$16,250,000 USD | Colorado, USA | Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty

The sprawling Vista Verde Ranch in Clark, Colorado, built in 2010, is an 83,000-square-foot property most recently used as a guest ranch. Earning a AAA Four Diamond rating in the United States garnering its premier status, its shadowed by the rugged peaks of the snowcapped Zirkel Range at the headwaters of the Elk River; Vista Verde Ranch consists of 587 acres.

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$15,000,000 USD | New York, USA | Sotheby’s International Realty – Bridgehampton Brokerage

This 16,000-square-foot waterfront estate was designed in 1903 for coal baron William Atwater by architect Henry Bacon, best known for his design of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Overlooking scenic Quantuck Bay with 620 feet of water frontage, the manor house boasts 24 rooms including, nine bedrooms, six fireplaces, nine-full and two-half-baths. The exceptional property includes a charming carriage house with century-old grape vines, and stand-alone four-car garage.

05. Pacific

$15,000,000 USD | California, USA | Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty

This oceanfront masterpiece is nestled on a blu overlooking a scenic cove in La Jolla. Guests rst enter the home through a spacious courtyard with a welcoming replace and carefully designed details. At nearly 8,700 square-feet, this three-story home has ve bedrooms, 10 baths, an o ce, wine cellar, and a 12-seat movie theater. The oceanfront patios and lawn area provide the perfect ambiance to enjoy every sunset.

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LewGeffen

R120,000,000 | South Africa | Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty

An estate of incomparable grandeur and palatial elegance, this gated residence sits on over 1,600 square-meters in one of the most coveted streets in Clifton. Magnificent in scale and unstinting in luxury, the home is created for living and entertaining on a grand scale. The property includes six bedrooms – four upstairs, two on the guest floor and two staff quarters. Additional amenities include a wine cellar, indoor gym with pool and spa and a commercial elevator. Modern contemporary finishes include marble slabs, wooden floors and smart technology. A Lutron lighting system, touch screen alarm, and CCTV all add to the home’s beauty and livability. A detached guard house with security room services this community.

Melbourne

AUD 9,250,000 | Australia | Melbourne Sotheby’s International Realty

Commanding spectacular views across the Fitzroy Gardens to the city, as well as distant views of Port Phillip Bay, this stunning world-class apartment represents the ultimate luxurious Melbourne lifestyle experience. Enviably positioned within the premium 150 Clarendon Street development and enjoying house-like proportions, this exquisite domain delivers a flawless array of living and entertainment spaces. Only moments to local shopping, cafes, restaurants, The Fitzroy Gardens, The MCG, Melbourne Park, the CBD and transport.

Discover more in Significant Sales | Volume I – Issue XII

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#TravelTuesday – Colorful Beaches

Posted on March 28, 2017

Take the time to look around and be inspired by the vibrant colors naturally found across planet Earth. This #TravelTuesday, explore homes near the world’s most colorful beaches.

Hawaii

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Papakōlea Beach is a green sand beach located on the southeastern end of the island of Hawaii.  The olivine-colored sand is said to come out from the erosion of a collapsed cinder cone.

02 Hawaii

$1,599,000 USD | Captain Cook, Hawaii | MacArthur Sotheby’s International Realty

 Just north of Papakōlea Beach, nestled upon three private acres, lies this tranquil island retreat.  The property has unique finishes throughout including Mexican Saltillo tile floors, mosaic tile designs and a fireplace built with hand-picked smooth lava beach rocks and a driftwood mantel.  A five-bedroom oasis, the home offers unobstructed views of the Hawaiian coastline.

Bahamas

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For pink sand beaches, look no further than Harbor Island in the Bahamas.

04 Bahamas

$1,650,000 USD | Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas | Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty

 A historic colonial home originally built in the 1800s, this Harbor Island property offers a cozy island lifestyle with easy access to the beach.  The home was renovated in 2013 and honors the property’s architectural past with mahogany windows and doors, cedar siting interiors and a shingle roof.  The home has three bedrooms and additionally features an outdoor dining area and sitting porch, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor living.

Malta

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Located on the Maltese island of Gozo, Ramla Bay boasts unique, orange sand beaches.

06 Malta

€2.500.000 EUR | Xewkija, Malta | Malta Sotheby’s International Realty

 Less than 15 minutes inland from Ramla Bay, in the village of Xewkija, sits this historic, 18thCentury estate.  Spanning over 13,000 square-feet, the meticulously restored property comprises a main house, outdoor entertaining area, swimming pool, large garden with lawn area and a two-car garage.  Four of the five bedrooms feature original frescos on the walls with the fifth bedroom boasting an adjacent terrace.

Australia

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Hyams Beach in New South Wales, Australia holds the Guinness World Record for whitest sand in the world.

08 Australia

Price Upon Request | Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty

 This sprawling, 50-acre estate is located north of Hyams Beach.  The property comprises an elegant main house, separate pool house, double lock-up garage with additional parking for up to 10 cars and a farm with cattle yard, two dams and a shed.  The home also features a heated self-cleaning oxygen pool and lush professional landscaping with gardens including date palms, olive trees, flame trees, wisteria and magnolia, among others.

Hawaii

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Punalu’u Beach, located on the island of Hawaii, is a black sand beach, formed from lava flowing into the ocean and then cooling.

10 Hawaii

$2,500,000 USD | Volcano, Hawaii | MacArthur Sotheby’s International Realty

North of the Punalu’U Beach is this historic, volcano property built in the early 1900s.  The private estate is nestled upon more than 13 acres of gated land.  Lying 3,800 feet above sea level, the property has been fully renovated and restored and comprises a main house, turnkey guest house and an art studio.

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