It’s hard to predict what’s to come this year, but one fact we know for sure is that whatever your view, the outlook is bright here at Forbes Global Properties. Whether it’s in a bathtub overlooking the Pacific Ocean or of the Eiffel Tower and the Parisian skyline, these luxury properties each feature sights for sore eyes. Here’s a closer look:
5121 Hanalei Plantation Road, Kauai, Princeville, HI, United States
Lush tropical landscapes, mountain peaks and Hanalei Bay create a jaw-dropping backdrop for this architectural trophy home in Kauai.
Price: $27.75 million
Size: Four bedrooms, four bathrooms
View: The glass-walled living room provides the perfect vantage for taking in sailboats as they glide across nearby Hanalei Bay. And we’d be remiss not to mention the natural beauty of Hawaiian sunrises and sunsets.
Living spaces: Configured as three separate buildings interconnected by outdoor living areas, the home includes a chef’s kitchen, space for entertaining and a lower level with a gym and den. In the main living area, pocketing glass walls open to an infinity-edge swimming pool and spa.
11846 Ellice Street, Malibu, CA, United States
Located in the exclusive MariSol community, this modern home is the perfect Malibu perch for enjoying whitewater and island views.
Price: $29.5 million
Size: Seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms
View: A lavish bathtub built seemingly over the Pacific Ocean combines leisure with pure serenity.
Living space: The dramatic entrance, flanked by tropical landscaping and art, features wide glass walls that open out to a stunning infinity pool. This jaw-dropping home also includes a private sandy beach, a roof-top putting green, outdoor cabanas, a movie theater and a gym.
Located on the 10th floor of a 1965 building in one of the most romantic cities in the world.
Price: EUR 1,690,000
Size: Two bedrooms, two bathrooms
View: Sliding glass doors in the spacious living/dining area take in 180-degree of the Eiffel Tower, the Parisian skyline and many other historical monuments. Large balconies provide an even closer look.
Living space: The apartment consists of an entrance hall with a cloakroom, a large living/dining room, an open kitchen, two bedrooms and a laundry area.
895 Park Avenue, Penthouse A, New York City, NY, United States
Designed and built in 1930 by Sloan & Robertson, 895 Park Avenue is an Art Deco masterpiece and full-service co-op building located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Price: $29.5 million
Size: Six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms
View: All the main rooms at Penthouse A feature stunning views of Central Park and the surrounding cityscape, but we’re partial to the spectacular skyline view enjoyed in the solarium.
Living space: Grand living spaces feature soaring ceilings and original architectural details such as the original wood-burning fireplaces and wide-plank wood floors. A grand staircase leads to the flexible lower level that currently features six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms as well as a home office and laundry room. A private patio creates an additional 700 square feet of living space outdoors.
14223 Mountainside Place, Truckee, CA, United States
Stellar Residence 3 is the finest in slopeside living located mid-mountain at Truckee’s Northstar resort enclave.
Price: $3.995 million
Size: Four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
View: The open layout of the newly built home was designed to complement the endless long-range mountain views that surround it. In particular, the primary bedroom features walls of glass that create a postcard-like experience.
Living space: Connected indoor-outdoor living spaces allow for flexibility while additional features include a media room and ski room. Thoughtful design elements from Aspen Leaf Interiors enhance the living spaces while lending an inviting feel to the home.