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 some remarkable historic homes available through my network of affiliates. I hope you enjoy them.
Beverly Hills, CA
This world class Manse is located in the heart of Beverly Hills, on famed North Rexford Drive. A coveted landmark, the compound features three gated entry points nestled among mature trees, manicured gardens, guest house and tennis court with pool and spa grotto. Exquisite Tudor craftsmanship appointed throughout as the original personal residence of Harry Warner of Warner Brothers. Click here for more information.
Abbey Leix is one of the most venerable 18th-century houses in Ireland and, following a spectacular restoration, it is also one of the most congenial. In any list of important Irish country houses Abbey Leix has a prominent place. The late-18th-century mansion, clothed in the Italianate manner in 1859-60, enjoys a remarkable position within a private estate comprising some 1,120 acres and includes some of Ireland’s most notable remaining ancient woodland and extensive frontage to the River Nore. Click here for more information.
Built in 1927 by investment banker Charles L. Ohrstrom and architect Charles Lewis Bowman, “Old Mill Farm” is an impressive, 15,800 +/- SF eight bedroom Elizabethan Tudor featuring amazing 16th_ 17thCentury English oak linen-fold panel walls, great hall/living room with 40’ vaulted ceiling, museum quality stained-glass windows, quarter-sawn oak floors and a stone Rathskeller. The previous owner, Mel Gibson, renamed it Wayne Manor and made it his Connecticut home for 15 years. Click here for more information.
This unique property is part of the old cultural landscape of Hamburg’s merchant history. It is one of the few original preserved prestige objects in incomparable water location. This facing south property is surrounded by beautiful old trees on the feenteich with a private boat dock and guarantee the residents their sufficient privacy. Click here for more information.