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Featured MarketsExtraordinary Living. Extraordinary Locations.

  • Publicado 7 de setembro de 2012
  • Atualizado em 17 de junho de 2013

Explore the extraordinary countries, states, regions and locales that the Sotheby's International Realty presence helps bring to vivid life. Here is just a sampling of the many destinations we bring to you on SothebysRealty.com.

Manhattan, New York, USA

Think of Manhattan, and a barrage of images comes to mind. Broadway, Wall Street, Times Square. The city is as boundless as a skyscraper and frenetic as a taxi at rush hour. Manhattan isn’t just an American city but a world capital fueled by finance, fashion, health care, media and real estate.
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Chicago, Illinois, USA

Chicago has been called the pulse of America. The city beats with an entrepreneurial spirit, while retaining a heartland sensibility. Chi-Town is ranked a top U.S. metro for business expansion. Education, healthcare, media and professional service industries thrive here. Credit a solid infrastructure and gateway air access to more than 200 cities around the world.
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Montréal, Quebec, Canada

If a city can be defined by culture, Montréal, Quebec is it. Montréal is Canada’s second largest city, but it’s arguably the country’s preeminent destination for cultural attractions. An art-infused Euro heritage lends it international grace. For the creative force behind a cultural landscape of architecture, urban planning, public spaces and monuments, UNESCO designated it a “City of Design.
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Portugal

Portugal is a country best appreciated slowly, like a sip of its vintage port wine. A founding member of the European Union and euro zone, Portugal has transitioned from an economy based on traditional industries to one based on technology. Leading international companies are investing here. Its infrastructure is strong and establishing a business is fast. For those interested in relocating, the opportunity to settle in this charmed corner of the continent is a powerful incentive.
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Florida, USA

For some people, any state that has more than a thousand golf courses is reason enough to relocate. Yet, Florida’s 1,250-plus courses are a fraction of the attraction. The land of sun and sand is also the land of lifestyle: Ocala horse farms, Palm Beach mansions, Miami penthouses. The attraction is global. Florida property is found in luxury real estate portfolios worldwide.
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Aspen & Snowmass Village, Colorado, USA

It’s about the altitude in the High Rocky city of Aspen, which at almost 8,000 feet above sea level, offers a bird’s eye view of the world. And it’s about the lifestyle. Building on a reputation for its world-class slopes, Aspen draws not only ski-lovers but also tree-huggers for its leadership in environmental stewardship. Residents never take their breathtaking natural assets for granted.
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London, England, UK

As a powerhouse in commerce, the arts, education, entertainment, transportation and healthcare, London is a cultural capital and undisputed global leader. Not surprisingly, it’s the world's most visited city. Each year, millions flock to the awe-inspiring cluster of iconic districts in central London--prestigious areas boasting can’t-miss museums, Michelin-starred restaurants and internationally renowned shopping.
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Mallorca, Spain

Miró, the great Spanish painter and sculptor who settled here in 1956 until his death in 1983 called Mallorca, “a truly beautiful island. In some places, it still feels as fresh as if the world had just been created.” The magic of Mallorca is that it still holds true.
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Costa del Sol, Spain

By turns, Costa del Sol is uniquely Andalusian, classically Spanish and altogether international. At its most expansive definition, Costa del Sol, the sunshine coast, stretches 185 miles or so, from La Herradura on the easternmost tip of the province of Málaga to Gibraltar on the western border. Some 50 years ago, the jet set discovered the one-two combination of breathtaking natural beauty and balmy climate, turning fishing ports into glittering resorts.
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Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA

Along a 30-mile stretch of coastline in Fairfield County, Connecticut, is a collection of blue-chip communities that are among the most affluent in America. This is the Gold Coast, on the Long Island Sound, where 24-karat pockets like Greenwich and Darien have some of the nation’s highest per capita income levels.
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Park City, Utah, USA

Park City, Utah, conjures up sporty images of luxe living and leisure with an infusion of arts and entertainment, no matter the season. A winter wonderland the U.S. Ski Team calls home and favorite second-home destination for skiers, Park City’s picturesque meadows, snow-capped Wasatch Mountains and meandering streams are equally enticing in spring, summer and fall to hikers, mountain bikers, anglers and golfers.
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The Hamptons, New York, USA

The Hamptons may be internationally renowned as a playground for the rich and famous, but there’s so much more to this striking region on the eastern end of Long Island, New York than parties and polo.
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Orange County, California, USA

Orange County conjures up sun-drenched images of Southern California at its finest: suburban living with pockets of great affluence in a perfect palm trees-and-Pacific breeze climate. Its 40 miles of craggy coastline are studded with standout beaches. To the east, the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains provide a striking backdrop.
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Scottsdale & Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA

Nestled in the cactus-strewn landscape of the high Sonoran desert and punctuated by the dramatic Camelback and McDowell mountains, the city of Scottsdale sparkles like a diamond in a platinum setting. It's classic, stylish and metropolitan, yet imbued with Southwestern charm.
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Dallas & Fort Worth, Texas, USA

Offering an enticing mix of Old West charm and new millennium amenities, the Dallas-Fort Worth area is the largest metropolitan hub in the southern United States. Though each city has its own North Texas identity, their close proximity--35 miles--has merged them into a “Metroplex” well suited for luxury living.
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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Atlanta is a city of resurgence. The latest catalyst for growth was spurred by Atlanta’s hosting of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. With the eyes of the world looking on, it rose in status as the capital of the New South to a city of international significance.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

Premier properties — whether adobe-styled residences, farmhouses or ranches — typically start at $1 million but can exceed $12 million for sprawling estates with exquisite appointments. Breathtaking views generally complete the experience, enveloping each home with the raw beauty and tranquility that makes Santa Fe a fit for those with an appreciation of nature’s wonders.
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Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA

Some second-home communities mirror real life. They serve up a familiar lifestyle. The only difference is the surroundings. But off the Massachusetts coast, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are second-home communities transplanted in time.
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