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From the sprawling Four Peaks Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado to Pennsylvania’s historic Linden Hill these are this month’s four featured notable properties over $23 million for sale.
Taking its name from surrounding Snowmass Mountain, Capitol Peak, Mount Daly and Mount Sopris, Four Peaks Ranch is the consummate mountain sanctuary. Once inside the gate, a world of unique splendor and beauty awaits. An outdoor paradise spreads out amongst the 876 pristine and unspoiled acres with 15 miles of alluring private trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, 4 wheeling, snowmobiling, paintball, and cross-country skiing.
This luxury residence with 24/7 concierge services, swimming pool, and fitness room is close to the Casino of Monte-Carlo, the Metropole, and the One Monte-Carlo with luxury boutiques and restaurants. The apartment will comprise an entrance hall with guest bathrooms, a double living room, a fitted kitchen, a primary bedroom with bath/shower room and two dressing-rooms, three bedrooms with ensuite bath, a study/studio, and laundry room.
The crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico and sunny skies are the ideal backdrop to this island beach house. Built in 2000, the finest appointments and expert craftsmanship are found throughout this stunning Mediterranean style beach front estate with 250-feet along the Gulf. This home is exquisitely appointed inside and out and covers one block of waterfront and located in the Historic District and close to the village.
Situated on 67 acres in one of the Philadelphia Main Line~s most exclusive areas, Linden Hill is a singular opportunity for estate living or further development. The main residence and its dependencies are in excellent condition, having been magnificently maintained by the present owners. The property is notable for its world-class architecture and its very private, park-like setting. Designed between 1928 and 1931 by Edmund B. Gilchrist for stockbroker Rodman Ellison Griscom, the property was owned for more than 50 years by the Dorrance family of Campbell’s Soup Company.