As part of the Sotheby’s International Realty network I am very fortunate to often have a front row seat to preview some of the most exceptional homes in the world. As a company, we list some truly remarkable homes and we strive to provide the absolute best white glove service. Likewise, when you list your home with me your home is not just exposed to those within the Boston real estate market, but the world via my network of international affiliates.
In today’s blog post I’m going to showcase homes with unique, post and beam design available through my network of affiliates. I hope you enjoy them.
Stratton, VT – Snowy Pond Estate is nestled in the scenic Green Mountains of Southern Vermont and located within minutes of iconic resorts: Stratton Mountain and Mount Snow. This exceptionally pristine property with unrivaled outbuildings spans over 160 park-like acres. Surrounded by the Green Mountain National Forest, away from the daily activity of the resorts, one can find solace knowing that the area restaurants and boutique shops are just minutes away. Click here for more information.
Fort Bragg, CA – Arriving along a private, winding, gated drive, this custom 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom architecturally designed home and separate guest house appear into view. Perched on a south facing point, the site takes full advantage of the breathtaking views of the Pacific crashing on rocks and dancing along the coastline. Click here for more information.
Kapaa, HI – Welcome to your Bali home in paradise! This unique home sits on almost two acres at the base of the world famous Sleeping Giant mountain ridge in the Nounou Forest Reserve. This private and serene property includes three separate living structures connected by covered breezeways allowing easy access to each space, and the indoor-outdoor living you expect from the Islands. Click here for more information.
Newbury, NH – More than just a house for horses and sheep, Prentice Sanger created a masterpiece in every structure he created. The architect for the Fells once owned by John Hay, created a cattle barn for his summer estate. In 2003, it was transformed into a masterpiece private residence. Keeping the stone and wood architectural details intact complete with a stone silo great for a wine cellar, pantry and meditation tower. Click here for more information.