This contemporary retreat perched above Hollywood’s Sunset Strip is the home of English singer, songwriter and actor Harry Styles. The three-story residence (also pictured at the top of this story) features three bedrooms, five bathrooms, sophisticated spaces for entertaining, and luxurious amenities including an exercise room and screening room. Outside are resort-style grounds with a pool and an outdoor lounge offering views over the city skyline.
This circa-1900 Grade II-listed country house in the West Sussex countryside was the former residence of British singer-songwriter Adele. With approximately 20,000 square feet of beautifully refurbished living spaces and nearly 85 acres of park-like grounds, Lock House is ideally suited to those seeking luxury and privacy. The lavish amenities include a helicopter hangar, leisure complex, ballroom, tennis court and pavilion, indoor and outdoor pools, a staff apartment, summer house, mature gardens and pastures.
This magnificent Tuscan villa in the heart of the Chianti countryside — just a few kilometres from Florence — was built in the 16th century by Ottavio Rinuccini, the Italian Renaissance poet and composer of operatic librettos. Today the estate belongs to notable Florentine artist Luca Alinari and includes a three-story villa and two annexes, set in idyllic gardens, with a 17th-century chapel. Surrounding the estate are more than 60 acres of land with an olive grove, mature woodland and a natural spring.
Villa Jasmine is the former home of Spanish recording artist Enrique Iglesias. Situated on the exclusive Sunset Island I in Miami Beach, the exotic Moorish-style waterfront home offers 150 feet of prime Miami Beach bayfront and unobstructed views of the spectacular Miami skyline. With grounds that feature a gazebo with summer kitchen, salt-water pool, spa, and an observation tower with Jacuzzi atop the guest house, this property delivers waterfront living on a lavish scale.
Plaish Hall is a Grade I-listed Tudor house set within 12.75 acres near the village of Church Stretton in England’s West Midlands. The estate is steeped in history. First mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, Plaish Hall was substantially restored in the mid-1500s for Elizabethan composer Sir William Leighton. In recent years the house has been refurbished with 21st-century comforts, yet retains its magnificent Tudor details. Surrounding the hall are formal gardens and pastures, ideal for horses or livestock.