TopTenRealEstateDeals.com offers fresh real estate news for luxury and celebrity listings across the United States. Here’s a taste of this week’s Top Ten list:
Frank Sinatra’s New York Penthouse
Frank Sinatra’s stunning New York penthouse is now for sale for $4.995 million, after previously being placed on the market for $7.7 million.
The Big Apple beaut boasts four bedrooms, six baths, magnificent 18-foot-high ceilings with glass walls, and an additional 2,000 square feet in the form of two wraparound terraces overlooking the East River. Designed by Ol’ Blue Eyes himself in 1961, the spectacular 3,200-square-foot apartment underwent a major revamp in 2008. Once the site where Sinatra mingled with a slew of notable guests including the likes of President John F. Kennedy, Andy Warhol, and Marilyn Monroe, it’s the perfect place for those who love to entertain.
Oregon Postcard Home Auction
Perched on a cliff along two secluded beaches, Nestucca Sea Ranch—a 26-acre property previously listed for $7.998 million—will be auctioned no reserve on July 24th.
Abound with natural beauty, the house showcases amazing views of the Pacific Ocean. Situated on the rugged central Oregon coast, it has large builders rising out of the sea, wide beaches, towering cliffs, and a wide array of wildlife. An ideal spot for fishing for fresh salmon and crabbing, the compound features traditional shingle-style exteriors, its own viewing lighthouse, a three-car garage with apartment above, a one-bedroom guesthouse with wide decking and a two-car garage, and a charming fisherman’s hideaway with an additional parking spot, totaling 7,442 square feet of modern living space.
The estate’s four-bedroom, five-bath main house features luxe surface finishes and state-of-the-art appliances, sporting more than a million dollars in millwork alone. The house’s large windows—built to withstand 120 mph winds—come with electric shutters, and its tower “light house” has a circular stairwell of maple, mahogany, and purple hardwood with lighting in the viewing peak acquired from the hit movie, “Titanic.”
French Chateau Near the Biltmore Mansion
Currently priced at $10.75 million, this 16,221-square-foot French chateau—located in the vicinity of the Vanderbilts’ grand Biltmore estate—is one of Asheville’s loveliest homes.
Poised on two lushly landscaped acres overlooking the seventh tee of the Biltmore Forest Country Club, the elegant residence touts a grand marble foyer connected to a stunning spiral staircase, topped by a ceiling with a stunning antique map of the world. The mansion’s thick limestone walls enclose five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three powder rooms, along with a myriad of beautifully appointed spaces for entertaining guests.
The property also boasts five phenomenal kitchens, including a chef’s kitchen and a cooking space by the pool. The house also features an indoor Roman spa and swimming pool surrounded by large columns; a wine tasting cellar with arched brick ceiling; a card room; a library; multiple sitting rooms; and an additional entertaining venue complete with a massive oak bar. One of the house’s most awe-inspiring features is the home theater’s nighttime ceiling of stars, which displays shooting stars moving through its “sky” every few minutes.
Montana Lake Island Compound
Whispering Rock—a three-building, 44,000 square-foot compound situated on its own 24-acre island—is the largest private home in Montana.
Presently asking $59.5 million (a significant drop from its original list price of $105 million), the listing also comes with eight acres on the mainland, and offers its residents the incredible ability to travel to the island-home by boat, and arrive inside the main house or boathouse via computerized rail without ever leaving the deck or step on a dock.
The entire Shelter Island complex is improved with clay shooting range and jogging trails. Only the best materials were used in the making of the luxe structures, including hewn stone, copper, and other natural materials. Among its exterior details are a lichen-covered native Montana Chief Cliff stone, trims of custom copper, Indiana limestone, and blue/black Virginia slate roofs. Due to its positioning on the out-jutting point of the island, the main home has some of the country’s most picturesque views.
Idaho Contemporary Ski Country Home
Positioned along 140 feet of the Big Wood River with a direct view of Bald Mountain, this contemporary home is a rare find among the log cabin mega mansions so prevalent in ski towns these days.
Torn down in 2011 and rebuilt on its own foundation, the house—which was originally erected in 1990—is crisp and sophisticated with its contemporary lines. Its facelift also called for the installation of state-of-the-art mechanical and technical systems for environment, lighting, and media. Currently priced at $5.495 million, the 5,776-square-foot home touts five bedrooms and six baths outfitted with high-end fixtures and surfaces.
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