From Taiwan to the USA- these are the world’s latest top property listings
Take a look at some of the latest dream home listings that have hit the market worldwide. This week, real estate writer Lydia Kellner takes you to some stunner in Taiwan, Australia and the United States.
Xindian District, New Taipei City, TAIWAN
If owning a holiday home is on your bucket list (and within your financial means), then this 2013-built Taiwan villa is sure to impress.
If only for its serenity. The home is one of five identical “Jim Olson Houses”, each of which were created to deliver the ultimate in luxury, privacy and security – and overlooks the hills outside New Taipei City.
The detailed floorplan of the three-storey house is designed to deliver the perfect balance between public and private spaces, and comes with interiors large enough to allow for ideal furniture layouts and the advantages of private gardens and outside terraces.
There are also three bedrooms, three bathrooms and no less than 7484sqm of internal living space.
You won’t find a place like this in Australia.
The home is on the market with Christies International Real Estate.
Price not disclosed
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Bilgola Plateau, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
Aussie music legend Garry Frost, best known for his hit song What About Me?, is on the move.
The talented songwriter and wife Felicity Cox, are selling their much-loved family home on Sydney’s northern beaches, where they have lived for the past 30 years.
With four bedrooms, four bathrooms and parking for two cars, it is retreat of epic proportions, a mixture of contemporary coastal design with a Balinese twist, and spectacular Pittwater views.
The split-level design offers multiple living zones with decks off every room, high ceilings, hardwood floors and tropical gardens surrounding the home.
Other features include a home office, ground floor rumpus, solar-heated pool and idyllic cabana.
Price not disclosed
Mallard Lake Pound Ride, New York, UNITED STATES
Situated directly on beautiful Mallard Lake, this waterfront estate was once the proud of home of former Museum of Modern Art’s master curator, William Rubin. He and Phyllis Hattis bought the property – which had been designed by Vuko Tashkovich, in the mid-nineties and used it as a vacation home until 2006, when Rubin died at the age of 78.
Hattis continued to use the house for the next decade, but is now selling the home, which features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a white-domed wing defined by glass to bring the outdoors in.
There’s also a custom indoor saltwater pool with a spa and a sauna – the perfect place to unwind, A spacious patio and terraced lawn areas are ideal for entertaining on both large and intimate scales.
Further highlights include a formal dining room, a sunny eat-in kitchen, an attached studio with office and conference room, a wine cellar, a two-car garage, and a private dock. Best of all, the property is just a 50-minute drive north from New York.
This home definitely offers the best of both worlds!
It is on the market with Christies International Real Estate