Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Whether it’s the setting for a festive formal fête or a casual weeknight meal, the dining room is a key space in every modern home. From Fifth Avenue to the hills above the Napa Valley, these spaces encourage everyone to gather at the table in style.
This 11.5-acre wine country estate on a secluded hillside includes a four-bedroom home, a two-bedroom guesthouse, two swimming pools, a sports court, multiple outdoor entertaining areas, and its own vineyard. The main residence features a primary suite with a spa-like bath, two offices—one with a wet bar—a media room, a wine cellar, a fitness room, a chic living room, and an adjoining dining room with a vaulted ceiling, plentiful windows, and glass doors to a sunny terrace with commanding views of the valley.
The regal estate known as the Hampton House was conceived by architect Albert L. Farr in 1928, has been expanded over the ensuing decades, and has been meticulously modernized by the current owners. The 11,150-square-foot three-level residence offers abundant spaces for stylish living and entertaining, including eight bedrooms; living, game, and media rooms; and a stately formal dining room with hardwood floors and an eye-catching chandelier. The impressive one-acre grounds encompass expansive patios, rolling lawns, a tennis court, and a guesthouse.
Built in 1710, this distinctive Napoleon III-style residence offers a unique blend of period details and modern appointments and amenities. The 8,077-square-foot floor plan boasts six bedrooms and both formal and informal spaces for living and entertaining, among them a gourmet kitchen with an adjoining family room, a living room with a fireplace, a butler’s pantry with a wet bar and a wine chiller, and a chic dining room with French doors to the wraparound covered porch and walls that echo the enveloping greenery.
No detail has been overlooked in the painstaking renovation of this grand 16-room residence on the third floor of its 1928 Frederick French–designed building. On the corner of 82nd Street and Fifth Avenue, it gazes out toward the Metropolitan Museum of Art and regal neighboring townhouses. Its generously proportioned floor plan features a luxurious primary suite, five guest bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen, a magnificent living room, a library, and adjoining the kitchen, a spacious formal dining room with an elegant chandelier.