Our friends at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com have rounded up a hot handful of luxury for sale, from Madonna’s one-time residence in Beverly Hills to the modern “Salad Spinner” home in Dallas.
Madonna lived in this French country-style mansion from 2003—after purchasing it for $12 million—to 2013—when it sold for $19.5 million. Access the home through a 500-foot gated drive off Sunset Boulevard, and enjoy the 1.4 acres of tranquil grounds before arriving at the recently-remodeled mansion.
The 5,800-square-foot residence, which is now listed at $28 million, has nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and several other one-of-a-kind amenities. A two-story dining room, full-size screening room/theater, gym, staff rooms, two guest houses, tennis court, and resort size swimming pool make this over-the-top home fit for a “Queen of Pop.”
“Tres Paraguas,” a 12,481-square-foot mansion in Carmel, is going to auction on August 15th with an $11.5 million reserve.
Built in 2012 by award-winning architect Ron Mann—and previously listed at $18.5 million—the stunning five-building expanse is located on five acres in Gentry Hill. The idyllic location provides stunning views of Monterey Bay and Jack’s Peak forest. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home features 18-foot ceilings and 12-foot glass walls that open to the numerous surrounding courtyards and terraces, all of which have access to the swimming pool, spa, and outdoor kitchen.
Now on the market for $3.7 million, the River Run estate in Westport, Connecticut, features an 11,000-square-foot mansion on 2.75 acres of secluded country land.
The 1955 New England estate has seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms. The property also features a tennis court, guest cottage, greenhouse, 12-car garage, indoor and outdoor pools, a generator, and a bar room. The light-filled home, nestled on the bank of the Aspetuck River, features such charming characteristics as detailed woodwork, tile and wood floors, and French doors and windows throughout.
Step inside this Lincoln Park, Chicago, home…at your own risk. The 6,200-square-foot was the scene of the 1993 thriller The Fugitive.
Now up for grabs for $3.65 million—or for rent at $17,000 per month—the 1981 construction features glass walls and a glass-floor catwalk. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home has three master suites, each with its own fireplace. Other luxurious amenities include an indoor swimming pool, elevator, and a three-car garage with a roof deck.
Nicknamed “The Salad Spinner” for its unique modern design, this 14,795-square-foot home was originally built for Christian country singer Darren Kozelsky. Through the entrance one can see the backyard’s infinity-edge pool thanks to the home’s many glass walls. Also outside are spacious terraces, an outdoor kitchen, dining area, and fire pit. The seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom expanse has a chef’s kitchen, two fireplaces, a wet bar, and a four-car garage.
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