From a palatial waterfront mansion in Florida to a legendary estate in Beverly Hills, Haute Residence presents a handful of multimillion-dollar properties currently on the market chock-full of enviable amenities.
Offering 17,812 square feet of sumptuous living space, this nine-bedroom, 15-bath home in Fort Lauderdale—now on the market for $17.9 million—comes with 54 feet of waterfront, three docks, and incredible views of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Among the residence’s infinite phenomenal facets are its marble and hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, seven-car garage, and a 102-foot pool with a waterfall, water slide, in-pool bar, and a Jacuzzi, not to mention Spanish-style gardens and verandas, a full summer kitchen, and a three-room guesthouse.
Poised in one of East Cobb’s most historic spots, this 5,142-square-foot estate—now asking $1.5 million—features an outdoor oasis like no other.
Situated on 1.2 acres, the private paradise includes a Pebble Tec pool and spa, an outdoor grilling station, and a lush garden. Apart from six bedrooms and six baths, it features a gourmet kitchen with an eat-in breakfast nook, on top of an upper level bonus loft space outfitted with a coffee bar, ideal for lounging.
Comprised of seven bedrooms and 13 baths, this massive estate—now on the market for $42.5 million—offers 29,000 square feet of living space, with all principle spaces facing gardens or views of the canyon and city lights.
Among its many posh amenities are a wine cellar, a mosaic-tiled pool accompanied by a pool house, an elevator, a gym, a hidden tennis court, and a game room. In addition, there’s a three-bedroom staff quarters/guesthouse complete with a full kitchen.
Tucked in the upper canyon of Silverleaf, an exclusive community in Scottsdale, Arizona, this six-bedroom, eight-bath property—now listed for $13.995 million—offers over 14,000 square feet of living space.
Equipped with a gourmet kitchen, a heated pool and spa, and a built-in barbecue station along with several water features, the massive home boasts many fine details including floors made of marble, French limestone and reclaimed wood.
Situated on a private knoll just three blocks from Sunset Boulevard, this terra-cotta stucco, Spanish and Italian-style residence—now on the market for a cool $135 million—was originally commissioned by banking executive Milton Getz, and was later the home of publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst.
The jaw-dropping house—where John and Jacqueline Kennedy stayed during their honeymoon—showcases sundry posh features, including a 50-foot entry hall with a loggia; a living rom with 22-foot high arched and detailed ceilings; and a library with hand-carved woodwork and a staircase leading to the wraparound balcony and bookshelves on the second story. There is also a billiards room with herringbone parquet floors and a large carved stone fireplace mantle, plus an art-deco nightclub, a spa and gym room, a wine cellar, an outdoor terrace that can fit up to 400 guests for sit-down dining, a lighted tennis court with an indoor bar, and a media hub.
In addition, a guesthouse sits above the property’s eight-car garage, and a detached security cottage, separate two-bedroom apartment, and two-story, four-bedroom gate lodge with a kitchenette also rests on the estate’s grounds.