A Lookback at Last Issue’s Property Features
With the launch of the newest issue of LPI Magazine just one week away, we look back at the property features from our March edition, with locations in Kent, Connecticut; Paris, France; Naples, Florida; Collaroy, Australia and Caney City, Texas.
Paris, France | €21,000,000
In a city that’s renowned for having mastered the art de vivre, or art of living, the penthouse at the legendary Hotel Le Royal Monceau in Paris’ 8th Arrondissement takes this concept to new heights. Perfectly situated between the Arc de Triomphe and idyllic Parc Monceau, this four-bedroom dwelling enjoys the views and location to rival any residence in the City of Light, yet that’s only the beginning of what makes it so enviable. Web ID: AJQE
Naples, Florida, USA | US $14,900,000
In Naples, Florida, it’s all about soaking up the laid-back, outdoor lifestyle in the depths of winter. While other parts of the world are dealing with blizzards and flight delays, this sun-kissed stretch along the Gulf Coast is worrying itself with having to decide between a day on the golf course or lying out on white sand beaches. It’s one of those problems that we should all be lucky enough to have. Web ID: VMLH
Collaroy, Australia | Price Upon Request
Like any true architectural masterpiece, the Point House is a thoughtful combination of form and function that takes inspiration from its surroundings. From its striking curved exterior that mimics the rolling waves just below, to the soaring walls of glass that frame 270-degree views, this contemporary beach home is equally suited to stylish entertaining and low-key lounging on the picturesque coast of Collaroy, New South Wales, situated 16 miles north of Sydney. Web ID: DAOR
Caney City, Texas, USA | US $7,580,000
When one family decided to create the ultimate waterfront retreat, the stage was set on a scenic peninsula along the shores of Cedar Creek Lake. Located in Malakoff, Texas, just over an hour outside of Dallas, the vision was to design a getaway enveloped in nature where they could spend fun-filled days on the water. Of course, being able to comfortably accommodate large groups of friends for extended weekend stays and entertain on a grand scale was also essential. Web ID: ZGOE
Kent, Connecticut, USA | Price Upon Request
As far as sleepy New England towns go, you would be hard-pressed to find one more idyllic than Kent, Connecticut, despite being only two hours outside of New York City. Ensconced in the Northwest Hills with the Appalachian trail passing by, the quaint downtown has seemingly mastered the art of rustic charm, abounding with farm-to-table eateries, countryside inns, and endless art galleries. Web ID: OKEX
Read Volume 10, Issue 1 before our Fall release here.