“Step into this treehouse-inspired mid-century where fantasy and reality intertwine,” says listing agent Janelle Alcantara. “Architect David Braeden, FAIA utilized a stunning blend of artistic vision and engineering to create a residence that is in harmony with nature. Offering a spectacular setting, built into a lush hillside and elevated above street level, this home offers breathtaking views from nearly every room Floor-to-ceiling glass, clerestory windows, and skylights make the tree canopy a pleasing backdrop to everyday life.”
“This corner three-bedroom loft occupies the entire seven floors of 54 East 11th Street, a traditional industrial building built in 1902,” said listing agent Kathy Taub. “The moment you enter the space from the key-locked elevator, you are enveloped in abundant natural light streaming in through the classic industrial steel windows. It takes its design cues from the spirit.12-foot ceilings and hardwood floors are complemented by custom designed built-in woodwork throughout.The loft features all-new appliances and fixtures, a complete Includes plenty of storage space, including a large laundry room, office nook, and two huge walk-in closets in the master bedroom.”
According to listing agents Mark Saunders and Brian Linder, “This was a custom home built for Robert and Helen Alexander of the famous Alexander Construction Company.” With a peek at its sleek design, it proclaimed itself the ‘House of Tomorrow.’ A dynamic, spaceship-like winged roofline shelters four circular pods, while the centerpiece of the home is fanned out from a dramatic stepped waterfall. A passageway through a carved wooden entry door leads you to a sunken party pad stacked with angular stone walls. A low, curved, upholstered ballroom encircling a fireplace hood and floating hearth, where Elvis Presley celebrated his honeymoon in 1967 and named the house “Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway.” ”
“This Grade II registered church stands proudly on an idyllic hillside on the outskirts of Ford in Wiltshire,” says the registration agent. “Constructed in 1896, the building recently underwent a thoughtful and subtle renovation to create spectacular spaces for living and entertaining, as well as three stunning bedrooms. The interior extends to 2,844 square feet. , the building retains the integrity of the church while offering many cleverly designed rooms, intimate spaces. I have.
“This massive one-story property is designed around a central atrium with skylights, planters and aggregate floors to easily incorporate the outdoors,” says listing agent Marisa Swenson. says. “Among the many original features of the home, some highlights include the column and beam structure, vaulted wooden ceilings, walls of windows, and polished concrete floors. Both the kitchen and primary suite have recently undergone a thoughtful renovation, making this residence more uniform and more ideal for modern living.”