Located at the exclusive northern end of Man-O-War Cay, The Reach is a five-acre sea-to-sea enclave that stretches from the vibrant waters of the Sea of Abaco, across the island to the deep blue Atlantic Ocean. Perched on what is considered to be the highest point on Man-O-War Cay, the octagonal main house and pod-style bedrooms comprise approximately 2,000 square-feet of living space. Built for a retired textile magnate, and crafted entirely of redwood and cedar, the residence was constructed in the early 1960’s by the island’s boat-builders.
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Villa “Casa nel Porto” stands in one of the most sought-after regions of Positano, close to the beach of Arienzo. The villa, completely hidden between the towering rocks and lush vegetation, looks down on the true spectacle of the Amalfi Coast. The breathtaking view overlooks the sea, from which you can see, the natural wonder that is Positano, Li Galli, and Punta Campanella.
This coastal estate is a timeless investment for the true family steward. Located in Manchester, Massachusetts‘ highly-desirable Coolidge Point area, this more than two-acre property is a short distance from Magnolia and Manchester-by-the-Sea beaches, the village, restaurants and more.
Extensively rehabbed, this contemporary craftsman in California combines craftsman-inspired curb appeal with an up-to-date floor plan for modern lifestyles. Inside, you’ll see the open floor plan with an inviting central kitchen, a splendid great room, and a modern master suite.
World-renowned architect Kobi Karp’s translation of luxury tropical modernism boasts Pine Tree Drive’s only direct ocean view estate. The ingenious, elevated design inspired by Le Corbusier, coupled with nearly 44,000-square-feet of wide-open land along Indian Creek Waterway, creates a unique oasis to capture coastal breezes.
The beauty of this ancient dwelling lies in its history, in fact, caverns were discovered nearly 100 years ago underneath the villa facing south. During the middle ages a five story defense tower was built and remains today. Surrounding the villa was a monastery founded and maintained by the Grey Friars up until the middle of the 18th century, and in the following 200 years, the remaining buildings, churches, and chapels that had been built were used by farmers of the former owner.
A captivating contemporary masterpiece sited on a four-acre estate overlooking Masonboro Island and the Atlantic Ocean, this waterfront oasis in Wilmington, North Carolina offers extraordinary privacy coupled with modern sophistication and comfort. The home was used as a film location for ABC’s Secrets and Lies as well as One Tree Hill.
These homes are mechanically superior and the seamless marriage of West Coast architecture and Japanese influence create the perfect backdrop for this one and only retreat. Never before offered as one estate, possibilities are endless on over 14 acres.
This circa mid-1800 Gothic Revival residence was designed by Seth Bradford, who is also credited with many other notable Newport estates including Chateau-sur-Mer, Fairlawn, and Bel Air. Period detail abounds throughout the home, which also enjoys modern amenities, such as the “Christopher Peacock” kitchen and baths, and a Niles audio system, with surround sound.
This Vinings masterpiece offers well-appointed living in a six-bedroom five-and-one-half baths all-brick traditional Georgian residence. The generous open floor plan is ideal for entertaining and gracious living areas.