Hall Place , Tonbridge, England
Hall Place is an historic country estate featuring a Grade II listed Victorian mansion in 1,000 acres of grounds, which overlook the village of Leigh in the heart of the Kent countryside. Set in a former deer park, the property features formal gardens, a lake, parkland, woods, space for pheasant shooting, a traditional dairy farm with farmhouse, outbuildings, four cottages, and 415 acres let on a secure agricultural tenancy.
Inniscorrig Castle, Dalkey, Ireland
Built as a summer retreat around 1847, Inniscorrig (above and main image) is a magnificent castellated mansion on Dublin Bay in Dalkey, County Dublin. The landmark estate’s former guests include British monarchs Edward VII and George V, whose visits were commemorated by a crown and star, set into the patio terraces on either side of the entrance, and elaborate plasterwork motifs throughout. The grounds include Italianate gardens, a waterfront terrace, and a private harbour with direct sea access.
Queen Anne–style Cottage, Old Saybrook, Connecticut
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Built around 1886, this elegant shingled beach cottage is a beautiful example of Queen Anne architecture. The eight-bedroom home has a prime waterfront location on a peninsula, 50 yards from Fenwick beach, in the highly sought-after village of Old Saybrook, Connecticut. The cottage has views of Long Island Sound, Fenwick Golf Course, and Saybrook Breakwater lighthouse, and is situated directly across from the famed former waterfront estate of late film legend Katharine Hepburn.
Juniper Point, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Built in 1885, this Queen Anne–style manor was the former estate of Charles R. Crane, the U.S. Ambassador to China, and served as the summer White House of President Woodrow Wilson. The grand 1.9-acre waterfront estate was restored in 2010 and features a four-storey tower with an observation cupola, offering spectacular ocean views, and two acres of private grounds with deeded rights to a private beach and dock.
Second Empire–style Château, Bordeaux, France
An exemplar of Second Empire architecture, this château is set within a 40-acre private park on the coveted Right Bank of Bordeaux. Built in 1905, the château has remained in the same family for six generations and has been carefully preserved, retaining all of its original features, including woodcarvings, fireplaces, a formal entrance with stone staircase, and a roof terrace. The three-storey residence includes 12,000 square feet of living spaces with elegant reception rooms, 13 bedrooms, and two apartments.
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