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 gorgeous Tudors available through my network of affiliates. I hope you enjoy them.
Kansas City, MO
This beautiful custom masterpiece home was inspired by Ashford Castle in Ireland. The residence sits on three lots & 350 feet of Shoreline. It was built of custom hammered stone in English Ashlar pattern and 100-year-old Carthage marble that came from a home that was razed to make room for the Kemper Museum. Click here for more information.
This iconic Arthur Loveless estate along the shores of Lake Washington offers 2+ level acres w/ 110 ft of waterfront, dock & deep-water moorage near Seward Park. Built in 1924 & sited to frame spectacular Mt. Rainier views, the home is a classic example of the exquisitely detailed Tudor-revival style that made Loveless one of the region’s most celebrated architects. A remarkable opportunity for those seeking a singularly private lakefront enclave in Seattle. Easily subdivided into 4 lots. Click here for more information.
Khakum Wood Association, the exclusive Greenwich residential enclave designed by Olmstead Brothers of Central Park fame, is the setting for this Edwardian Tudor. This classic Pre-War home exhibits a noble grace, sited on a majestic three plus acre setting with broad green lawns, heritage trees and seasonal gardens overlooking a private lake. Click here for more information.
In the early 1930s, two young Manhattan pediatricians built their dream estate in the heart of the Hudson Valley. This iconic estate, home to generations of the same family ever since is on the market for the first time. The 9,481 sq ft Tudor-style mansion is set amidst a botanical paradise, 20 acres of the most famed gardens in the county. Click here for more information.