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Architectural Spotlight | Craftsman Homes


Originally a rally against prominent Victorian-era design, the Craftsman style home was first popularized in the late 1800’s. Up until World War I, when the Craftsman movement slowed, Gustav Stickley was at the forefront of the style creating hand-crafted artistic bungalows for the working class. After World War II, world-renowned designer Frank Lloyd Wright evolved Stickley’s original designs into the popular ranch-style homes that dot nearly every neighborhood across the United States.

The Craftsman movement saw a resurgence in the 1990’s – one that continues today. Let’s experience this popular architectural style with five captivating Craftsman homes.

Idaho$3,200,000 USD | Harrison, Idaho | Tomlinson Sotheby’s International Realty

A Coeur d’Alene trophy home, this waterfront Craftsman home is private, yet spacious, boasting over 230 feet of waterfront and over 8,400 square-feet of living space. Comprising five bedrooms, five-and-one-half baths, this home features radiant heated floors, five fireplaces, hand-stressed oak flooring, outdoor kitchen, and a deck ideal for enjoying majestic sunsets.

California$4,950,000 USD | Calistoga, California | Gates Estates Sotheby’s International Realty

This beautiful craftsman/vineyard estate enjoys an ideal location in the valley with views over sprawling Zinfandel vines, plus hundreds of acres of other vineyards and gorgeous sunset vistas. The main house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and includes a one-bedroom apartment. The game rooms are perfect for playing billiards or cards and the wine cellar and bar make for a gathering place to enjoy the property’s vintages.

From Cape Cods to Castles, discover homes’ design roots in previous installments of Architectural Spotlight

Canada3 988 000 $ CAD | British Columbia, Canada | Sotheby’s International Realty Canada

Located in the highly desirable lifestyle community of Beach Grove, this oceanfront Craftsman home enjoys views of Boundary Bay and close proximity to Vancouver. The home’s gourmet kitchen features Wolf and Sub Zero appliances, bespoke cabinetry, and granite countertops among its finishing materials. The detached outbuilding has parking for three cars, a full bathroom, a prep bar, and a second story flex space.

Maryland$3,995,000 USD | Bethesda, Maryland | TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Designed by award-winning architect Sutton Yantis and constructed by acclaimed Sandy Spring Builders, this Colonial Craftsman home contains over 9,300 square-feet of unparalleled finishes, materials and expert workmanship. A dramatic center hall entry foyer with 10 foot ceilings and exotic stenciled hardwood floor introduces a sensational floor plan traditional in its function, but open and its design. From the elegant formal living and dining rooms with custom millwork, to the stunning gourmet kitchen, no detail has been compromised in presenting this masterpiece of Craftsman architectural execution.

Colorado$3,695,000 USD | Durango, Colorado | Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty

Privately situated on a forest bench looking across the north Animas River Valley, this exquisite 35-acre property with a custom lap-siding, stucco, and moss rock home features a unique and elegant design that incorporates a multitude of stunning views from virtually every window within the home. The estate includes an impressive array of luxury features and is surrounded by the natural beauty of the exclusive Celadon gated community and its amenities.

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Video of the Week: Captivating Coral Stone Villa in Turks and Caicos

$10,750,000 USD | Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos Islands | Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty

This unparalleled location is just minutes from the heart of Grace Bay and is adjacent to “Coral House,” one of the island’s most celebrated estates and a complementary neighbor. Set within approximately one acre of manicured tropical gardens with 120-feet of lineal beach frontage, Coral Pavilion features stately Bajan architecture including a five-bedroom villa and a one-bedroom staff cottage spanning more than 8,000 square-feet. Coral Pavilion offers a generous mix of indoor and outdoor living space ideal for entertaining, whether it be large parties, or an intimate family gathering.

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The Molokai Ranch | Over 55,000 Acres of Historic Hawaiian Paradise


Also known as the “Friendly Isle,” Molokai is known for having a slow pace, rural style, and rich Hawaiian culture. As recently covered in The Wall Street JournalMolokai was formed by three separate volcanoes, as evidenced by the island’s environmental diversity compressed within its small land area. Lands that eventually became part of Molokai Ranch were assigned as part of the Great Mahele, Hawaii’s land division of 1848.

South Shore Beaches$260,000,000 USD | Maunaloa, Hawaii | Carvill Sotheby’s International Realty 

Generations of History

King Kamehameha V

King Kamehameha V

In 1859, King Kamehameha IV established a sheep ranch on the west end at Kaluako‘i. His brother, High Chief Kapuāiwa gained title to the land that is now encompassed by Molokai Ranch when he became King Kamehameha V in 1863, and he expanded this holding through acquisition of more land and addition of other types of livestock.

Princess Ruth Keli‘iokalani inherited the land on Molokai from King Kamehameha V upon his death. When she died in 1883, the property passed on to Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last descendant of the Kamehameha dynasty. Princess Pauahi’s inheritance excluded the land of Kaluako‘i in West Molokai, as these were granted to her husband Charles Bishop in 1875.

In 1897, Charles M. Cooke, son of the early missionary teacher, Amos Starr Cooke, along with a group of Honolulu businessmen, purchased 70,000 acres of land in fee simple from the trustees of Princess Pauahi’s estate. The business group leased another 30,000 acres from the Hawaiian government.
In 1898, the businessmen started American Sugar Company Limited on Molokai. In 1908, Charles M. Cooke acquired 100% interest in the fee simple lands and subsequently established Molokai Ranch. George P. Cooke, son of Charles M. Cooke, succeeded his father to become the manager of Molokai Ranch. Under George P. Cooke, Molokai Ranch progressed through cattle grazing, sweet potato, and wheat crops. When the Ranch began producing honey, Molokai became the world’s largest producer of honey from 1910 to 1937.

Tidepools at Kawakiu Nui

Tidepools at Kawākiu Nui

By 1923, the Libby, McNeil & Libby Company had begun raising pineapple in the Maunaloa area on lands leased from Molokai Ranch. They continued operations until the operations were sold to the Dole Corporation in 1972. Del Monte, then known as California Packing Corporation, arrived in 1927 and made their headquarters at Kualapu‘u. They soon commenced large-scale pineapple cultivation, mostly on land leased from Molokai Ranch. Dole ceased its Molokai operations in 1976. Del Monte phased out its operations in the mid-1980s.

Kaluakoi Hotel and Golf

Kaluako’i Resort – Kaluako’i Resort and the surrounding 18-hole golf course is a prime oceanfront/hotel site.

In the early 1970s, Molokai Ranch, then owned by the Cooke family, entered into a partnership with Louisiana Land and Exploration Company for the development of the Kaluako‘i Hotel and Resort. After initial success, the cash requirements of these investments led to the eventual sale of Molokai Ranch stock to Brierly Investments Limited (later to become BIL International Limited), who became the sole stockholder in 1987. At that time, Molokai Ranch consisted of approximately 52,000 acres. The Kaluako‘i Hotel, under separate ownership, closed in 2000.

Maunaloa town

Maunaloa Town had its beginnings as a pineapple plantation town in 1923, when Libby, McNeil & Libby began to grow pineapple on land leased from Molokai Ranch.

In October 2001, BIL International, on behalf of Molokai Ranch, re-acquired 6,300 acres on the southwest corner of Molokai. In December 2001, Molokai Ranch acquired the land holdings of Kukui (Molokai), Inc., that included the abandoned Kaluako‘i Hotel, the Kaluako‘i Golf Course, and the undeveloped lands of the resort area. The golf course was renovated and re-opened in 2004 and closed in 2008. The hotel, golf course and most of the common facilities have yet to be re-opened.

Rodeo Grounds

Venue of the Annual Molokai Ranch Heritage Rodeo with Maunaloa Town in background.

Under the current ownership, not much has changed in recent years. While Molokai Ranch has continued to engage in active cattle ranching and utilities operations, reopening the Kaluako‘i Hotel and resort operations has not been a priority. The time has arrived to offer a new owner the freedom to realize the property’s potential and to create an enduring legacy.

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Life in a College Town


For residents of college towns, the attraction isn’t just about an allegiance to a school but an affinity for a community that has an impressive mix of characteristics: large city offerings and small town spirit.

Universities contribute to the intellectual and cultural life of a region by offering lectures, concerts, culinary and literary options. Then there’s the sports component, both as spectator and participant. Where young people are, biking, hiking, jogging and other recreational activities follow. Active retirees are especially drawn to lifelong learning opportunities. Many institutions offer discounts for the use of sports facilities, courses and plays. What’s more, universities with medical schools translate into excellent health care options.

From an investment prospective, college towns are known for their resiliency. For one thing, they often draw major employers to the area and, at the same time, support a flourishing start-up scene. Entrepreneurs are known to thrive in such environments.

Ohio1$2,999,000 USD | Columbus, Ohio | Street Sotheby’s International Realty

Columbus, home to Ohio State University (OSU) with an enrollment of nearly 60,000 according to school figures, is an example. The institution churns out thousands of graduates each year, many of whom stay in the area, says Scott Street of Street Sotheby’s International Realty. “Corporate entities have taken note and many have chosen to relocate to Columbus. The tech startup and entrepreneurial scene has also caught on in recent years, and millions of dollars in seed money are helping grow companies and jobs in and aroun
d the OSU campus.”

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A stable economy bodes well for the housing market. Even in down markets inventory is tight. Property owners in the rental pool can count on consistent student demand, though turnover is high.

Ohio2$430,000 USD | Columbus, Ohio | Street Sotheby’s International Realty

But plenty of people are settling in themselves. Recent grads-turned-first-time homeowners as well as professors, researchers and administrators who want a reasonable commute find a lot to love about collegiate living. “Part of the reason Ohio State is able to pack Ohio Stadium, The Horseshoe, with 100,000-plus people every weekend during football season is because the alumni stay close to home. Many graduates settle in the surrounding suburbs, which are all less than a 20-minute drive to campus,” Scott says.

Austin1$1,857,000 USD | Austin, Texas | Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty

Austin, home of flagship campus of the University of Texas, also boasts one of the country’s largest student bodies at more than 51,000. “There’s so much going on in the area and at the university,” says Mike Vilece of Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty. “There’s no limit to what you can get out of the city. You could be out in the Hill Country or be next to 100,000 of your closest friends on a Saturday for a football game.”

Austin2$6,950,000 USD | Austin, Texas | Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty

Alumni, including empty nesters and baby boomers, returning to settle down are finding a different Austin than they experienced during their school years. “A lot of people can’t believe how the city has changed over the years,” says Vilece. “It’s not the city it used to be as far architecture and construction. New buildings are popping up everywhere, but the culture and vibe are still alive and well.”

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Oktoberfest in Munich


Since 1810, Munich, Bavaria, Germany has played host to Oktoberfest – the world’s largest “Volksfest,” or traveling funfair and beer festival. Millions of people from around the world travel to the Bavarian capital for the over two-week-long celebration to enjoy millions of liters of special Oktoberfest Beer, food, and festivities; the special beer is brewed within Munich city limits and conforms to the strict “Reinheitsgebot,” sometimes referred to as the “German Purity Law.”

The traditions and celebrations of Oktoberfest are now enjoyed the world over; inspiring unique beers, events, and cuisine far from Germany and the festival’s roots. Just in time for this year’s Oktoberfest, which runs from September 16 – October 3, let’s explore five homes in Bavaria.

Bavaria01.190.000 € EUR | Bavaria, Germany | Munich Sotheby’s International Realty

This historic country house with guest house is situated on an exceptional plot in a dreamlike and quiet location. Close to the forest, with a unique view of the breathtaking alpine scenery with the silhouette of the mountain Watzmann, this home sits on nearly 4,000 square-meters of land with 413 square-meters of living space.

Bavaria118.000.000 € EUR | Bavaria, Germany | Munich Sotheby’s International Realty

Striking and minimalistic, this home features remarkable open spaces that are both simultaneously intimate and perfect for entertaining. This energy-efficient, state-of-the-art masterpiece comprises 2,000 square-feet of living space, including an underground garage perfect for displaying an automotive collection.

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Bavaria24.800.000 € EUR | Munich, Germany | Munich Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 2006, this timeless villa features authentic architectural design and state-of-the-art amenities throughout. Epitomizing “modern meets classic,” this home includes a refreshing indoor pool/spa area, an elevator with access to all floors, and a spacious kitchen, all while enjoying abundant natural light.

Bavaria34.150.000 € EUR | Bavaria, Germany | Munich Sotheby’s International Realty

The Lake Tegernsee country house in Rottach Egern, Bavaria is bright, classic escape tucked away into quiet nook of the region. Vibrant colors mix with design elements that call back to days’ past; the cobblestone driveway, sun-soaked gardens, and open fireplace are among these amenities. The home also features a dream-like swimming pool, sheltered terraces, a generous guest area and an elevator.

Bavaria41.450.000 € EUR | Munich, Germany | Munich Sotheby’s International Realty

“Living by Phillippe Stark” is one of the most exciting and exclusive residential projects in the city of Munich. This refurbished historical monument property with concierge service, spa and wellness area offers an international living standard at the highest level. An apartment equipped and furnished like a stately suite – this living space enjoys belonging to a noble and distinguished grand hotel.

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Video of the Week: Elegant Oceanfront Home in Panama City, Panama

$4,300,000 USD | Panama City, Panama | Panama Sotheby’s International Realty

This oceanfront home offers an unparalleled beachfront location on Vista Mar Resort, one of the most exclusive resorts in Panama and the only with a private marina. Located an hour outside of Panama City and 10 minutes from Coronado, this inviting home features everything needed to spend a weekend of relaxation or entertain guests. The waterfront property has five bedrooms, home theater, wine bar, lap pool and Jacuzzi, direct beach access and marmol floors – a true masterpiece on the sand.

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New Development Spotlight | Montage Residences – Deer Valley


Showcasing the height of new luxury construction in some of the world’s most sought after locations, let’s explore an exclusive new development from our worldwide network.

7localimagereader.ashxMontage Residences – Deer Valley | Park City, Utah | Summit Sotheby’s International Realty 

Located on the upper six floors of the resort, with private access, 81 residences are designed to reflect the inviting, relaxed, and elegant lifestyle of a magnificent ski escape in Park City, Utah. In harmony with their surroundings, Montage Residences – Deer Valley consists of two-to-four-plus-bedroom condominiums, each residence varies in size and layout, ranging from 1,221 to 6,858 square-feet.


All provide spacious kitchens and living rooms, perfect for entertaining, inviting gas fireplaces, matching Meile washers and dryers, and most feature multiple balconies. Natural materials such as rich woods and warm stone surfaces that echo nature’s inspiring colors and textures are abound.

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Select floor plans include a guestroom lock-off with a private entrance, making it easy to share your ski-in/ski-out condominium with family and friends, all while maintaining a level of comfort and privacy. Designed with your needs in mind, each home features the perfect blend of comfort and amenities; the 8th and 9th floors offer furnished homes with interiors reflecting the elegant style of our grand ski resort while the 10th, 11th, 12th, and Penthouse floors are unfurnished, allowing your design ideas to come to life.


Montage Residences Deer Valley looks out from its 8,300-foot perch in the coveted Empire Pass, one of Deer Valley’s most exclusive master planned communities, tucked away in Utah’s dramatic Wasatch Mountain Range. Less than 40 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport and just minutes from downtown Park City, the resort is ideally situated to enjoy the wonders of the historic town’s fine galleries, shops, restaurants, and world renowned events. Just outside your doorstep, enjoy direct ski-in/ski-out access to Deer Valley Resort.


From your private balcony, watch moose, elk, and deer graze nearby. With the ever-changing seasons, the view remains unspoiled for generations to come. Empire Pass is a protected nature sanctuary, ninety-two percent of the private 1,600 acres is slated as open space; these views will remain yours forever.

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Sotheby’s Institute of Art | New Opportunities for Latin American Art at Auction


Sotheby’s has unexpectedly become the most promising possibility for Latin American art in the auction rooms. In a long-awaited decision, the auction house announced it will integrate Latin American art into its contemporary auction sales in New York – starting this Autumn.

Offering lots of Latin American artists in the mainstream auction sales is not unprecedented, though. Most recently, at the May Contemporary Art Evening sales, Mira Schendel’s Untitled from the series Droguinhas (Little Nothings) (1966), and Sergio Camargo’s Untitled (Relief No. 19/46) were sold for $1.5 million. And, these are just two examples of many others that have sold in previous seasons.

larger_bannerWifredo Lam, Les oiseaux voiles, 1945

This announcement sets a new strategy for the auction house – one of many taken by the company over the past two years, under the leadership of Tad Smith. It is a shift from an established practice dating back to the foundation of their Latin American Art Department in 1979. However, it does not represent a complete break. The Latin American team will continue to source the lots that will be on offer at the Contemporary auction sales; and we could also assume that lots benefitting from this “upgrade” will be those from blue-chip artists in the race for the million-and-above price tags.

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About Sotheby’s Institute of Art


Sotheby’s Institute of Art is The Graduate School of Art and its Markets. Evolving from a small connoisseurship program started by Sotheby’s Auction House in 1969, Sotheby’s Institute is now the foremost leader in art business education and object-based learning. Its global faculty represent the best of almost every facet of the art world, helping students decipher and master the unique forces at play at the intersection of art and commerce.

With campuses in the cultural capitals of London, New York and Los Angeles, Sotheby’s Institute offers graduate level programs that have become more relevant than ever in an art world that is constantly seeking individuals with art historical scholarship and business acumen. Besides Master’s degrees, Sotheby’s Institute offers programs of study such as summer classes, 15-week semester courses, online learning and executive education. Sotheby’s Institute of Art’s programs provide the knowledge and credentials needed to achieve success in today’s worldwide art markets and cultural institutions.

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Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week in September 2017

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles and home.

imagereader.aspx-4$260,000,000 USD | Carvill Sotheby’s International Realty | Maunaloa, Hawaii

“A parcel of land that encompasses almost the entire western side of the Hawaiian island of Molokai is going on the market for $260 million. Called Molokai Ranch, the roughly 55,575-acre property spans about 35% of the rural island, encompassing 20 miles of coastline, a multitude of secluded beaches, ranch land and forests.”

A Chunk of the Hawaiian Island of Molokai Seeks $260 Million – Wall Street Journal

An Iconic Gilded Age ‘Cottage’ Offers Waterfront Access in Bar Harbor, Maine – Mansion Global

The Boldest Brutalist Homes for Sale in the World – Architectural Digest

Prime properties with an Asian influence – Financial Times

Surprise: Greenwich Home Sells For $2 Million Over Asking – Wall Street Journal

17th-century estate on 75 acres asks $10M – Curbed

You’re Going to Want to Live In This White Farmhouse for Sale in Vermont – Country Living

Outside Dallas, a Castle-Style Home Brings A Bit of France to Texas – Mansion Global

Historic Seven Sisters home in Montauk goes up for sale, asking $16.25M – Curbed

San Francisco Loft with Room for Dancing – Wall Street Journal

House Hunting in … Corsica – The New York Times 

Bohemian vibe attracts homebuyers to Taos – Financial Times

Montreal’s Mountainous Westmount Area Sees Influx of Younger Luxury Buyers – Mansion Global

Sunbaths and Solar Power: The Elegance of Eco-Living – T Brand Studio

10 Gorgeous Homes That Get Luxe Mountain Living Right – Elle Decor

Sotheby’s Launches Its First-Ever Contemporary Photography Auction, Tapping Into a Newly Hot Market – ArtNet

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Three Homes Once Belonging to Campbell Soup Company Heirs


Whether it’s the comfort offered in a classic flavor or a famed modernist masterpiece by Andy Warhol, the Campbell Soup Company and their iconic can are pop-cultural and culinary staples. The Dorrance family represents the heirs to the aforementioned household name brand and, as recently covered by Mansion Global  and The Wall Street Journal, three of the family’s homes have recently come to market in the Northeastern United States.

BirdHouse1$12,500,000 USD | Newport, Rhode Island | Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty 

The first, known as “The Bird House,” is the former home Dorrance Hill Hamilton and can be found at one of the highest points in Newport, Rhode Island. State-of-the-art in every aspect, from geothermal heating and cooling to exquisitely crafted details and top-of-the-line amenities, the soaring two-story entrance hall and living room with floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace enjoy panoramic ocean views. 


Dorrance, or “Dodo” as she was known by her closest friends, passed away this past April at 88. Before her death, she spared no expense to create a beautiful sanctuary using all that modern technology can provide including Tischler custom windows and doors, three-stop elevator, radiant heated floors, whole house generator, and exquisite landscaping.


At nearly 10,000 square-feet of living space on over three-and-one-half-acres, the home bears it’s ornithological moniker from its many bird-inspired design elements throughout.

LindenHill1$16,500,000 USD | Gladwyne, Pennsylvania | Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty 

The second home, named “Linden Hill,” can be found in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania. Designed between 1928 and 1931 by Edmund B. Gilchrist for stockbroker Rodman Ellison Griscom, this French Norman-Style home was owned by the Dorrance family for over 50 years.


Sprawling 67 acres, discover an initial courtyard formed by turreted caretaker’s quarters, a 10-car garage, stables and additional staff houses leads to the crest of a hill. At the end of a narrow-walled lane, the magnificent manor house reveals itself, a majestic example of inspired design of breathtaking scale and symmetry. Pass through the courtyard entry where brick chimney stacks on guest houses cleverly frame the main house, and behold a truly historic mansion, beautifully maintained with complete respect for its origins, yet offering every modern amenity. 


Its grand-scale formal rooms offer elegant and easy, expansive or intimate entertaining spaces. Private quarters are equally inviting with family living quarters that accommodate guests for short-term or extended stays. Beyond the main house are two pools, a pool house, tennis court and a beautiful aviary, all set within absolutely stunning gardens and grounds.

Maine1$6,295,000 USD | Bar Harbor, Maine | The Swan Agency Sotheby’s International Realty 

Lastly, we find ourselves in Bar Harbor, Maine at “La Rochelle” – a captivating waterfront retreat and one of the village’s most treasured addresses. As covered in Mansion Global, the home is truly an iconic piece of Bar Harbor’s legacy.


In the early 1940s, the home belonged to Tristram and Ethel Colket; before marrying Tristram, Ethel bore the surname Dorrance as she was daughter of John Thompson Dorrance, co-founder of the Campbell Soup Company. Built in 1902, this Georgian Revival masterpiece was the village’s first brick summer cottage.


Looking out over Frenchman Bay, this sprawling home is an architectural and historic masterpiece; among its features are forty-one rooms in the 13,000 plus square-feet of living space, manicured gardens and lawn, and nearly three oceanfront acres.

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