This luxury penthouse in the boutique Capobella building on the sands of Miami Beach overlooks a 360-degree panorama of the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, and city skyline. At nearly 8,000 square feet, the residence has eight bedrooms including two master suites, two private elevators, and rights to the entire rooftop. Also included are three poolside cabanas, 10 parking spaces, and three additional one-bedroom units on the fifth floor.
Villa RKK overlooks the bay of Lorient on the exclusive Caribbean island of St. Barts. Set in three acres of tropical gardens, this five-bedroom compound hosts a main villa, numerous dwellings, and a huge infinity pool facing the Caribbean Sea. Meandering paths connect the living areas to the grounds, which are further complemented by amenities including a plunge pool, tennis court, gym, and garage.
This private compound on the Greek island of Mykonos is sited on a gently sloping hillside facing the Aegean Sea and the legendary isle of Delos. Two infinity pools act as focal points for each of the two Cycladic-style main houses, which encompass 11,840 square feet with 16 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms. The two acres of grounds include outdoor entertaining areas, a private helipad, and gardens with Mediterranean flora.
This contemporary villa is located in the exclusive gate-guarded estate of Les Parcs de Saint-Tropez in Europe’s most famous summer resort. Framed by panoramas of the Côte d’Azur, the living areas are appointed with six bedroom suites with large terraces from which to enjoy the sea views. Also included are an indoor gym, outdoor infinity pool, and heliport.
This secluded waterfront villa on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda offers views over the Archipelago de la Maddalena as well as a semi-private beach and access to Porto Cervo’s glamorous nightlife, boutiques, restaurants, and yacht club. Designed by renowned architect Peter Thornton Schneck, this residence features indoor-outdoor living spaces that blend into the natural setting — a protected area where new construction has not been permitted since 1960.