Exceptional design, meticulous attention to detail, and the highest quality craftsmanship are the trademark of luxury estates designed by noted architects. Ever wish you could live in one of these iconic homes?
From a Sag Harbor Modernist Compound to a 5,700-square-foot chateau nestled in Pacific Palisades’ Brentwood Park, here are five homes designed by legendary architects that could be yours today:
Palm Beach, FL 33480 | $32,000,000 | View Listing Details >>
Paul Marino placed this masterpiece on the north end of Palm Beach to give its inhabitants the full experience of an island haven. With seven bedrooms and more than 7,600 square feet in the interior, this tropical getaway has a unique combination of Indonesian and contemporary stylings that will evoke awe in even the most seasoned of estate buyers. The home was built in 1937, and remains one of Marino’s more beloved oceanfront properties today.
12770 South Bristol Circle, Pacific Palisades, CA 90049 | $13,000,000 | View Listing Details >>
This 5,700-square-foot beauty nestled in the Pacific Palisades’ Brentwood Park was envisioned and erected by William Hefner. Hefner is known around the world for his work in the greater Los Angeles area, and is consistently recognized as one of the finest architects in the country. This particular property was built in 2005, and combines the flavors of the 17th and 18th centuries with French limestone mantles and exquisite detailing throughout. The Chateau has been hailed for its “timeless elegance,” and is a must-have for any luxury real estate owner.
50 Central Park South, Floor 33, New York, NY 10019 | $35,000,000 | View Listing Details >>
With panoramic views of the New York City skyline and Central Park below, this New York City condominium, designed by Michael S. Smith and built by architect Oscar Shamamian, is about as good as it gets in Manhattan. The 18th century comes through strong in this property, as Smith and Shamamian combined their efforts to create a library reminiscent of Coco Chanel’s famous Paris estate, as well as a classic dining room with boisseries from Feau and Cie.
250 Spring Creek Place, Albuquerque, NM 87122 | $1,300,000 | View Listing Details >>
World-renowned architect Antoine Predock situated this incredible estate in Albuquerque, which sits on Sandia Mountain and is known as the “Architectural Masterpiece” in the area. The owners are treated to breathtaking, panoramic views of the Sandia Mountain Range as well as the Rio Grande Valley. With 4,700 square feet of interior space and more than 2 acres of land outside, this property is a singular gem that puts an unique spin on the beloved themes of New Mexico architecture.
Sag Harbor, NY 11963 | $2,200,000 | View Listing Details >>
One of the most notable modernist architects around, Andrew Geller constructed this one-of-a-kind home in 1963, and placed it in the beautiful Sag Harbor area. Five acres surround the 1,200-square-foot home, while a complete renovation updated the majestic estate through the hard work of beloved interior designer John Bjornen. This home is not likely to stay on the market long, as it is widely considered a piece of architectural history.