Luxury Waterfront Maryland Home for Auction


Located just five miles off Route 50, an hour from Washington D.C. and only 30 minutes from Annapolis, this custom-built luxury waterfront home is situated with deep-water access to the Chesapeake Bay. The breathtaking views from the pier, offering a boat lift, are just of the fantastic exterior features. Others include a two-car garage, 24-foot by 40-foot building for equipment and up to three cars, a brick courtyard and a rip-rap bulkhead. 

There is an apartment on the second floor of this home, as well as a deck off the master bedroom. Close to Easton, this home is sure to satisfy any buyer looking for a waterfront escape.

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Showcasing fantastic views and deed access to private Grape Bay Beach, Ardsheal Cottage is nestled in a quiet garden setting in Paget, Bermuda. 

Only minutes from Hamilton, the immaculate executive home was originally constructed in 1906 and completely renovated in 2013.

“Numerous artisans were engaged during the refurbishment of the home — from the millwork, cabinetry, floor finishes and window treatments, all of which lend to an incredible first impression,” says listing agent Brian Madeiros of Coldwell Banker Bermuda Realty.

Upon entering the home, one is greeted by beautiful woodwork, Thibault wallpaper and a custom-designed triple mast schooner crystal chandelier. It also features 6,000 square feet of living space, four bedrooms, four and a half baths and an open-beam covered terrace that transitions from the kitchen to the pool deck with copious seating and a working fireplace.

“This bespoke sophisticated kitchen is perfectly designed for active families,” says Madeiros. “One could comfortably spend hours in this area of the home whilst losing all sense of time.”

Listed for $7.5 million, the home also includes a guest cottage with a full bath and kitchenette above the garage. “Ardsheal Cottage is perfectly suited for an executive and their family,” says Madeiros. “The commute from ones busy city office to the private shared beach to meet your family for an evening picnic is approximately five minutes — Ardsheal Cottage absolutely complements the lifestyle of a busy but adventurous family.”

Above the quaint, historic village of Lincoln, in Addison County, Vermont — known for its scenic beauty and rural character — this private mountain retreat sits on 24 acres with an open field, pond, woods and streams.

Listed for $4.995 million by Brian Boardman of Coldwell Banker Hickok and Boardman, the compound includes a spectacular main house, guesthouse and rustic cabin in the woods.
“This is a true Vermont experience,” says Boardman. “The expansive rolling lawns, large swimming pond and woods for hiking or cross-country skiing are some of the owner’s favorite features.”
The main house offers a striking exterior with cedar shingles, brick and stone siding and a copper roof. An expansive deck in the back offers the perfect place to entertain and enjoy the views. Inside, features include a great room with 24-foot ceilings, catering kitchen breakfast room, office and a master wing with two bedrooms and baths. The walk-out lower level includes two more bedroom suites, an exercise room, spa, pool and sauna. A geo-thermal heating system, radiant floor heat and solar panels add the final touches.
“The main house, with its casual comfortable feel, is very informal, yet the finishes and details are exquisite,” says Boardman.
The three-bedroom, 3,200-square-foot, post-and-beam guesthouse showcases a stone fireplace, south-facing dining area and a first-floor master suite with office space. A charming cabin rounds out the property offering a rare private mountain estate.
“The guesthouse is an easy walk to the main house and the rustic cabin overlooks a stream and has its own special feel,” says Boardman. “It’s very exciting, as an agent, to represent such a unique and extraordinary property.”

“The guesthouse is an easy walk to the main house and the rustic cabin overlooks a stream and has its own special feel. It’s very exciting, as an agent, to represent such a unique and extraordinary property.”


Moana Residence, located within the first luxury development to come to Kona Coast in more than a decade, has sold for a record $16.5 million.

The record-breaking sale of Moana Residence, announced by Kohanaiki, caps off more than $120 million in sales for 2017. 

Situated within the 450-acre private club community of Kohanaiki, the Moana Residence offers members access to Kohanaiki’s spectacular Clubhouse, complete with a restaurant and bar, a pro shop, exercise pavilions, world-class spa facilities, a four-lane bowling alley, movie theater, poker room, wine and cigar member lockers, private dining rooms, recreation room, wine and beer tasting rooms and member locker rooms. Outdoors is a 25-meter lap pool, sun deck and event lawn, all with striking views of the Kona Coast and Pacific Ocean.

The Clubhouse complements the Rees Jones course, a 7,329-yard course laid out through ancient lava flows that winds along a mile-and-a-half of Pacific Ocean coastline. Kohanaiki, nestled near the town of Kailua Kona, was created to seamlessly blend into its coastal environment, earning it Silver Certification by Audubon International.

Kohanaiki’s membership is associated with the purchase of real estate at Kohanaiki, with homes ranging from $3 million to over $22 million.

Photos courtesy Kohanaiki

With more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, three championed golf courses and world class spa treatments, this resort community attained the highest sales volume this year since its establishment in 2003.

Suncadia, Washington’s picturesque four-season resort community located 80 miles east of Seattle in the Cascade mountain range, has announced a 24 percent increase in sales of homes and homesites for 2017.
“Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S.,” said Richard Seay, vice president of Suncadia Real Estate. “Spurred by companies like Amazon and Microsoft, the economy is booming. Suncadia offers professional workers an idyllic year-round escape from the hustle and bustle of the city while experiencing an authentic Pacific Northwest destination.”
After recording consecutive years of increased sales in 2015 and 2016, Suncadia Real Estate has 204 transactions in 2017 that account for more than $85 million in sales.

“2017 has been a monumental year for growth at Suncadia as we’ve seen our community welcome hundreds of homeowners and families with the sale of more than 87 homes and condominiums, as well as 117 homesites,” said Seay. “We see the strength of the current market continuing to press forward and are already seeing extremely high levels of interest in anticipation of our 2018 releases. The lifestyle and amenities at Suncadia are becoming highly sought-after from regional, national and international buyers, too.”
This past summer, Suncadia opened their last golf frontage neighborhood, Legacy, featuring single family homesites on Prospector Golf Course. The release event resulted in selling 24 of the 32 homesites available. In October of 2017, phase one of Miner’s Camp sold out, leading the developer to announce the addition of five new homes to the market at the end of November.
Over the past decade, the Suncadia Real Estate Sales Company team has maintained an average market share of 90 percent of all properties sold within the Suncadia community.
Since 2003, the community has expanded, offering 10 neighborhoods with access to the resorts amenities including over 40 miles of hiking and biking trails, award-winning resort golf courses Prospector and Rope Rider, Portals Restaurant, Suncadia Club Swim & Fitness Center and Glade Spring Spa.

At a November auction, de GRISOGONO’s ‘The Art of de GRISOGONO, Creation 1‘, broke records at the landmark Magnificent Jewels sale in Geneva. The ground-breaking necklace sold for $33,701,000.
This breathtaking masterpiece was designed by Fawaz Gruosi, the founder and creative director of de GRISOGONO.
The sale, which was the largest ever emerald-cut diamond offered at auction, marks a new milestone for de GRISOGONO. It broke the previous record price for a D Flawless Diamond which was $30,600,000.
“This auction marks a high point for de GRISOGONO and the team that have worked so tirelessly to bring this incredible stone to life in this beautiful piece, Creation 1,” Gruosi said. “This is the largest emerald-cut diamond ever to come to auction and so it was uncharted territory. I am truly privileged to have had the opportunity to work with a historic stone of such perfection and would thank everyone who has taken part in this beautiful journey from mine to masterpiece.”
The 404-carat rough diamond was acquired from the Lulo mine by de GRISOGONO’s partner, Nemesis. The final design was chosen in February 2017, in keeping with de GRISOGONO’s daring creativity, whilst simultaneously being fit for such a significant stone. Fourteen highly-skilled artisans spent 1,700 hours creating this astonishing necklace.
This diamond has impeccable credentials, entirely traceable from mine to masterpiece and compliant with the Kimberley Process certification authority. The 163.41 carats emerald-cut diamond has been certified by the GIA, the world’s foremost authority on diamonds, colored stones and pearls.

photo courtesy of de GRISOGONO

Here’s an exclusive look inside the $19.3 million residence within the record-breaking glass tower, ONE57. 

Extell Development Company tapped renowned interior designer Tony Ingrao for his impeccable understanding of luxury design and extensive experience working with the high net-worth clients. Together, the teams worked to deliver a model residence that is modern, vibrant and inviting.
With a gold and purple theme throughout, the residence offers 4 bedrooms and 4  bathrooms.  The long gold hallway — an art collector’s dream — leads to the expansive living room and dining room.
The New York City residence also offers 180 degree views from Central Park to the East Side, Midtown and the Hudson River. The 3 bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and the master suite’s bathroom has a view of Central Park from the bathtub.
By living at ONE57, all residents have access to an array of lifestyle amenities including a screening and performance space, library with 24-foot long aquarium and billiards table, conference room, private fitness center, along with access to the Park Hyatt Hotel amenities such as the spa, swimming pool, steam rooms, catering and room service.

 Photos courtesy of Evan Joseph

Designer and Builder Scott Gillen, who has created 22 extraordinary luxury properties and generated more than $130 million in sales, has purchased this rare, 24-acre property.

Selling at $50 Million, this undeveloped land has sold at a record price according to the Multiple Listing Service, with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury representing the buyer. The first day the property came on the market, Scott Gillen initiated contact with the owners through Coldwell Banker’s Sandro Dazzan, who represented him on the sale.
This new milestone sale elevates the Malibu property market to unprecedented heights, building on the powerful upward trajectory of the market. Malibu’s reputation as one of the nation’s most elite property markets has never been stronger following other recent sales including the $85 Million sale of David Geffen’s Carbon Beach compound and the $69.9 million sale of a Malibu estate on Sweetwater Mesa Road.
The coveted flat plateau of land offers 360-degree views of the Pacific coastline, Catalina Island, the Santa Monica mountains and city lights. This rare property will be transformed into a 24-hour manned guard gated community to offer the privacy and security that high-profile buyers seek.
Gillen plans to build 5 custom architectural estates, which are currently projected to start at $40 Million and range up to $60 Million. This bespoke residential enclave will be known as “The Case,” and will set a new high standard for Malibu with a combined listing price of over $300 Million. The homes will vary in size from 10,500 to 13,500 square feet, while the lots will span in size from 2.45 to 5.78 acres.
“The Case” will provide an unrivaled location to showcase Gillen’s award winning and sought after design aesthetic. For the first time in Gillen’s career as a designer and builder, he will work closely with an outside architect, Richard Landry.

Photos courtesy of Simon Berlyn, Sandro Dazzan and Coldwell Banker

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