Sotheby’s Luxury Summer: New England Estates
Posted August 8th, 2012 | by The Update
*Part of a series on Sotheby’s summer of sales— click here for more!
Now let’s take a look at the East Coast, where chic New York high-rises and charming Connecticut estates abound:
This Manhattan apartment features floors of white marble, a living room divided by a floating glass wall and a library/third bedroom. There are two additional bedrooms, both en suite. The master suite is separated with glass sliding doors, a separate dressing room and a room-sized custom master bath.
Prominently set on Long Island Sound is the prestigious private waterfront community of Mead Point. This stone and stucco masterpiece is set in a commanding position overlooking two acres of direct waterfront property, with an artfully designed pool and expansive lawn cascading to approximately 240 feet of water frontage.
Introduced by a classic stone exterior, this timeless waterfront residence is distinguished by its unparalleled locale, picturesque vistas and exquisite pre-war period details. Constructed in 1928, the home’s elegance, character and antique charm have been lovingly maintained and immaculately preserved.
This Mediterranean-style villa offers dramatic views and 7,500 square feet of exquisite waterfront living. It has an open floor plan, six en-suite bedrooms, gourmet eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, living room and sunny screened-in porch all designed to highlight the natural beauty of Mecox Bay.
Stay tuned this week to see more ultra-luxurious homes from Sotheby’s amazing summer of luxury home sales. Click here to see more Sotheby’s homes sold recently here in the DFW metroplex and around the world.