From Beverly Hills to the Bahamas, 5 exclusive homes inspired by the architecture of Tuscany — all from Christie’s International Real Estate
Located in Beverly Hills’ most prestigious private enclave, this Tuscan-inspired villa features a motor court leading to the 17,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom, 13-bathroom residence with European architectural elements, such as imported limestone, Italian travertine floors, and hand-painted murals. Common areas are lined with outdoor loggias, which open to two acres of grounds containing a pool, spa, cabana, and sports court.
This estate is situated in the prestigious Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club in Boca Raton. The centrepiece of the property is a 16,000-square-foot Italianate villa adorned with Old World details and luxurious amenities. The estate boasts 248 feet of frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway with a boathouse and dock, as well as an acre of landscaped grounds with a resort-style pool, summer kitchen, gazebo, and separate guest house.
This Tuscan-style farmhouse is set in 45 acres of land in Mendham, New Jersey. With its stone and stucco façade and wood-shingle roof, the property is indicative of classic Tuscan architecture. Inside, 13,000 square feet of living areas blend rustic finishes with modern design elements. The grounds feature classically-inspired gardens, a pool and entertaining terrace.
Old World and New World converge at Le Caprice. This exclusive Caribbean estate home overlooks the 16th fairway of the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island. The Tuscan-style villa boasts a chef’s kitchen, bar and entertainment area, two master suites, and a fitness room, plus 2,000 square feet of patios, a pool, and mature gardens with a climbing wall, and a golf-cart garage.
Set into a hillside, this estate overlooks the historic town of El Campello and the Mediterranean Sea. Located on Spain’s Costa Blanca, the newly constructed Tuscan-style villa features classic architecture, with six bedrooms, a guest apartment, and outdoor swimming pool situated in Mediterranean gardens.