From the California home of former president Richard M. Nixon, to a sprawling apartment overlooking the Dubai Marina, this month’s collection of exceptional properties for sale showcases exquisite lifestyles from around the globe.
California-La Casa Pacifica, originally known as the Cotton Estate, holds a prominent place in California history. Hamilton H. Cotton reserved San Clemente’s finest oceanfront parcel for his own estate. His vision was to model his home after an Andalusian-themed manor he had seen in San Sebastian, Spain. The Cotton Estate gained national prominence when, in 1927, it was featured in Architectural Digest. In 1970, the home would again appear in the magazine, this time featured as the cover photo and described as “The Western White House,” highlighting the importance of its second owner, then-President Richard M. Nixon.
New York- With interior finishes by noted design firm, Haynes-Roberts, this seven bedroom, seven bathroom home in New York, sits on two gated acres with views over an agricultural reserve to ocean. The home features a library, screening room and Ed Hollander designed grounds with heated 75 ft saline pool, gym and garage.
France- This eight bedroom Art Deco mansion has plenty of entertaining space and sits on a private street. An open layout plan lends to spacious reception and dining areas with large windows taking in the views. The home also features a gym, swimming pool and a sprawling outdoor terrace.
Dubai- Comprising an entire floor in the Elite Residence Tower, this apartment has unrivaled views of the Palm Jumeriah and Dubai Marina. Six bedrooms and en-suites,various offices and gym rooms are sprawled across this spacious 12,469 square foot living space allowing for ultimate luxury and privacy. The home also features an indoor swimming pool and plenty of terrace space to enjoy the views and relax.