Neo-Georgian Mansion, New York, New York
This Neo-Georgian mansion was designed by architect A. Wallace McCrae in 1928. The four-storey, 30-foot-wide residence is situated on New York’s East 73rd Street — one of the Upper East Side’s most architecturally significant townhouse blocks. Recently renovated by world-renowned architect Peter Marino, the home has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, formal dining and living rooms, two kitchens, a library, an elevator, gated front garden, and tranquil rear garden.
Riverscourt, Norfolk, England
This estate is situated on the banks of the Norfolk Broads, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near the historic English city of Norwich. A blend of traditional architecture and contemporary green design, the 1.7-acre property includes an original thatched cottage, built in the 1920s for Air Vice Marshall Sir William Boston Cushion by Buckingham & Berry, renowned architects of the Arts and Crafts movement.
Casa La Luna, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Dating from the 1920s, Casa La Luna is in the Southwestern Pueblo Revival style, and is situated minutes from the historic Santa Fe Plaza. One of the oldest houses in Santa Fe, the home retains its original features, while also offering modern amenities. The 10-acre estate features 13,400 square feet of living space, including six bedrooms and an infinity pool. Set on a hilltop, the property offers panoramic views across mountains and the desert.
Mediterranean Revival Estate, San Antonio, Texas
Built in 1923, this Mediterranean Revival mansion is the epitome of Roaring Twenties glamour, Texas style. A gated entrance, long driveway, and motor court evoke the Gatsby-like grandeur of a bygone era, with the 7,849-square-foot home having been designed for lavish living and entertaining. Further highlights include a foyer, library, sunroom, Neoclassical-inspired terraces, and an acre of grounds, featuring mature trees and specimen plants.
Rationalist-style Villa, Valencia, Spain
This traditional Valencian villa was built in 1928, during the Spanish Rationalism period. Renovated in 2008, the residence has ornate architectural details including a multi-tiered façade, as well as original Art-Deco features such as beamed ceilings, stained glass finishes, and mosaic-tiled floors. The property includes five bedrooms, formal reception rooms, a wine cellar, lower-level entertaining area, a garden, and paella cooking area.
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