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Sited at the top of a gentle knoll on the banks of the Potomac River sits an elegant château clad in French limestone. This mansion was the formal estate of Jordan’s King Hussein and Queen Noor. The main parcel and structure were acquired from the King and Queen in 2000. Subsequently, the owner has thoughtfully acquired six adjacent parcels furthering to beautify and expand this grand and private 15-acre riverfront property. The estate is a collaboration between renowned architect, John Ike, designer, Geoffrey Bradfield, and Horizon Builders. The three worked effortlessly together to create this impressive four-story mansion constructed with French milled limestone and a slate Mansard roof punctuated with limestone dormers.
Situated at a Ford Avenue cul-de-sac, close to Leedon Park in Singapore’s prime district 10, this nearly 10,000,000 square-foot home stands handsomely on a 15,600 sq ft plot of land amidst lush greenery. The house is separated from the neighbouring properties by dense wild foliage and a canal on three sides. When dusk falls, the beauty of the house changes to another ambience altogether. One could almost forget that he is in Singapore when the night falls and the moonlight shines on the water, reflecting the light into the midnight blue sky.
This one-of-a-kind waterfront property in Como features 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms over 2,500 square-meters of living space. Also showcased in this incredible home is 2,000 bottle wine cellar, home theater, spa, fitness center, billiards room and indoor pool. On the expertly manicured grounds, 3,300 square-meters of gardens and outdoor pool round off the offerings.
This world class luxury home features seven bedrooms, 20 car garage, three kitchens, two elevator, manicured gardens designed by prominent Australian landscape architect Paul Bangay, indoor and outdoor pools, gym, cinema, in-house private function area with separate entrance onto Vaucluse Road, separate commercial kitchen, iconic views of Sydney Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Sydney Opera House. Set on approximately 2,400 square-meters of land, the structure features limestone clad external walls, with separate entrances and double frontage to 43 and 45 Vaucluse Road.
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