Our friends at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com have rounded up a sweet mix of noteworthy homes currently up for grabs, including the priciest property in Sin City, which comes complete with two priceless paintings and a sports car.
Bing Crosby’s California Home
Resting on 1.36 acres in Thunderbird Heights, California, legendary performer Bing Crosby‘s ranch-style home is now up for grabs for $5 million.
Comprised of 6,700 square feet of living space, the actor-crooner-radio personality’s 1957 house is comprised of six bedrooms and six baths, which includes a private two-bedroom, two-bath casita named after President Kennedy, who is rumored to have stayed there with Marilyn Monroe. The residence boasts a custom Moroccan wood entry doors, spacious and airy formal living and dining rooms, a media room, and a granite-and-stainless-steel-clad chef’s kitchen. It also features retractable glass walls, which open to a pool, patios, and an outdoor kitchen and bar.
San Antonio Hill Country Estate
This 23,000-square-foot estate—now asking $18 million—sits on 29 acres of manicured grounds dotted with several water features, just 13 miles away from downtown San Antonio.
Design for grand-scale entertaining (up to 500 guests), the nine-bedroom, 16-bath home touts a quarried fossil stone exterior, hand-scraped white oak floors, rough hewn beams, and onyx floor accents, along with exotic woods like knotty alder, mesquite, and zebrawood.
The pastoral house showcases five fireplaces, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, a full gym, and a formal dining space that can accommodate up to 14. Outside are numerous fireplace-touting terraces, an infinity-edged pool and spa, an eight-car garage, and a stocked fish pond, not to mention a horse barn and various custom tree houses.
Norman Jaffe Bridgehampton Contemporary
Designed by prolific architect Norman Jaffe, this 4,100-square-foot abode—now priced at $8.995 million—rests on over an acre of grounds on Sam’s Creek in Bridgehampton.
Outfitted with four bedrooms and five baths, the light-filled, modern design has sky-high ceilings and glass walls that overlook the lush outer landscape. Its fresh, crisp interior features stone walls and a large stone fireplace—a sharp contrast against the home’s clean white walls. Outside are several terraces positioned at different levels, along with a swimming pool and a waterfall.
Las Vegas’ Most Expensive Penthouse
Owned by former New Mexico state senator Phil Maloof (whose father, George Maloof, founded the Palms Resort and Casino), this 7,100-square-foot residence in Sin City has sat on the market for almost seven months, despite all of its sweet add-ons (which includes not one, but two priceless paintings: one by Dali, the other by Picasso).
Nicknamed “the Founders Penthouse,” the incredible haven—still priced at $38 million—occupies the entire 59th floor of Palms Place Tower. It currently holds the title of the highest home in the city to boast 360-degree views of the Las Vegas valley. Along with three bedrooms (each with its own terrace) and six baths, the home—which comes fully furnished—has an office, formal rooms, and a complete gym, punctuated by 30-foot ceilings. There’s also an outdoor movie theater equipped with a 30-foot projection screen and an outdoor stainless steel kitchen, along with a 20-person hot tub, a DJ booth, and a helipad-capable roof. Maloof has also garnished the already tempting deal with a new cherry in the form of a 2015 Lamborghini Huracan (which retails for $237,250).
South Florida’s Surging Beach Town
Poised along Delray Beach, one of South Florida’s most enviable beach towns, this 4,744-square-foot estate—which consists of five bedrooms and six baths—is now asking $9.44 million.
Featuring West Indies-inspired architecture, the elevator-equipped home—which touts a guest suite on its main floor—showcases a master suite with a marble fireplace and large marble bath, plus French doors that open to its own private porch with views of the Atlantic. Outside, there’s also a waterfront swimming pool and a summer kitchen.
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