Coolest Houses In The World


WS Exterior of W 27th StMost of these serene homes were provided by KnightFrank Commercial and Residential estate agents, along with one dazzling beach mansion in Thailand from Hunter Sotheby’s International Realty.




8. The Exumas, Bahamas


Price: $85 million

This island property consists of five dwellings on nearly 38 acres. Those structures can accommodate 22 guests in the manor house, beach cottage, harbormaster house and the guest cottages called Buttonwood and Seagrape. There is room for an additional 29 staff members in the staff village: chef and butler’s house, engineer’s cottage, pilot’s lounge, domestic staff quarters and bunkhouse. The outdoor space available here is really great too. There must have been an amazing landscape design team behind this!

Other features to help island life run smoothly include a workshop, water treatment plant, a warehouse, a power system, phone and data systems, and service vehicles. There’s a lighthouse, a heliport and docks. If the aquamarine waters are not enough on their own, there’s also a swimming pool and a waterslide.


7. Tortola, British Virgin Islands



Square Footage: approx. 13,762

Steele Point Villa is positioned on a 90-foot rock headland with 360-degree views, on an 8-acre lot. The main villa is about 3,100 square feet with five suites, decks, and a deck with swimming pool. There are also three other residences on the estate, one of which is Gestalt, a 2,636-square-foot Mediterranean-style villa that also has a swimming pool. Blackbeard is a two-bedroom villa with an infinity edge pool. The Managers residence has a one-bedroom apartment and laundry and maintenance area.



6. Livorno, Italy


Square Footage: approx. 484

This escape cottage is tiny but still demurs about a price, stating “price on application” on the listing. It is on protected park land, meaning no other buildings can crop up to block the views of the sea or to ruin the terraced grounds going down to the water’s edge. The gated house has a summer kitchen and dining terrace.



5. Lorient Bay, St. Barts


Price: $18,786,259

This contemporary beachfront home is set on half an acre in the Caribbean. A large sun deck around infinity pools leads out to the blue ocean. Four of the bedrooms with private baths are situated around the decks, and the master with a kitchen and terrace is set back in the rear garden.



4. Mallorca, Spain



Price: $4,884,427

Square Footage: approx. 4,348

This house was built in 1937 for the governor of Mallorca. It has turrets overlooking the bay of Cala d’Or and is only the second property to be built on the bay. The house has main and guest quarters, covered and uncovered terraces, a pool, and double frontage on the water.



3. Phuket, Thailand


Price: $17,898,724

Square Footage: 21,581


This stunning contemporary villa is located on Phuket’s private Cape Yamu estate. Figuring in the outdoor terraces with views of Phang Nga Bay, it is nearly 50,000 square feet. The picture window is more than 26-feet tall, and the features include a spa, gym and steam room; infinity pool; as well as a “his and hers thought space” on an outdoor pavilion. The landscaped gardens incorporate indigenous trees, imported cacti and sculptures.



2. Grenada, West Indies


Price: $3.5 million

Bland, it’s not. Resplendent in yellow, green, pink, blue and red, and surrounded by the green foliage and aquamarine Caribbean waters, Azzurra Castle embodies the rainbow. In addition to the five bedroom suites, there is an apartment with roof terrace in the turret. There’s also a separate turreted folly guest house. For enjoying the tradewinds and soaking up sun there are two beaches on a bay, a beachside Jacuzzi and terraced decks.



1. Cyprus



Price: approx. $2.3 million to $6 million

Square Footage: approx. 2,800 to 5,000


These modern waterfront homes of Akamas Bay Villas offer access to a beach, a fishing harbor within walking distance, as well as the Akamas Peninsula national park. Most of the 39 villas in the development are sold. The villas have many ways to enjoy the natural landscape of Cyprus, with views to the Mediterranean Sea, a pool, terraces and a partially shaded roof deck.

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