What can you get for under $6 million in Big Sky, Montana? How about fresh air, adventure, and luxurious accommodations that embody the spirit of elevated mountain living! At Montage Residences Big Sky, you’ll have it all. As Big Sky, Montana’s first ultra-luxury resort, Montage Residences Big Sky is raising the bar on the second home market. With 150 guest rooms and suites, plus a limited collection of 39 private residences, everything is bigger and better in Big Sky. Here’s why:
How about a French-inspired masterpiece with formal cutting garden, modern greenhouse, and expansive grounds, built to entertain? That is what $6.499 million will get you in Greenwich, Connecticut. This six-bedroom, seven-full-and-two-half-bathroom estate sits on a pristine two-acre lot, ideally nestled in a bucolic setting for grand events. Among the highlights are a magnificent wine cellar, handsome library, private home theater, and sparkling resort pool.
Of course, once inside, you’ll be tempted to follow the sweeping 17-foot scrolled iron staircase to one of the luxurious, upper-level guest suites. Each is richly appointed and take full advantage of the property’s breathtaking garden views.
For the ultra-luxury buyer, Eric Copper with KW-Austin Portfolio Real Estate has listed 4104 Shimmering Cove, Austin, for $11.750 million.
Cost and convenience secured Austin-Round Rock a No. 2 spot on WalletHub’s best summer travel destinations in the U.S. for 2019. According to the rankings, Austin’s affordability, number of attractions, and abundant activities also played a factor. In fact, Austin was a stand-out in the report, which considered the 100 largest U.S. metro areas. So why not summer in Austin every year with your very own second home? Here, we feature some of the best waterfronts on the market in a quick round-up of awesome Austin abodes. Sunshine and water views included.
If the opulence of Versailles makes your heart aflutter, then catch an eyeful of this magnificent French-inspired estate on Lake Ray Hubbard in Heath, Texas. Seated on 2.5-lushly-landscaped-acres, with 440-feet of westward facing lakefront, it’s a palatial gem and one of the most desirable homes on the lake.
Listing agent Carla Perez of the Carla Perez Group at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty tells us: “The only limit to the property is your imagination. Helicopter pad, anyone? Here you have County Club amenities without having to pay membership dues. It has a pool, tennis courts, complete workout facilities, guest quarters – the equivalent of prime Dallas oceanfront property.”
This week we see just how far our money will go in Holland, Michigan. The lakeside enclave ranks among one of the most beautiful places to visit in spring, after all.
Blooming With Tulips
In fact, “Each May, more than four million tulips come into bloom in Holland, Michigan, which welcomes the blossoms with its annual Tulip Time festival,” reports Reader’s Digest. “The festival celebrates the state’s Dutch heritage and features three parades, carnival rides, and traditional Dutch food.”
Of course, there’s more to love about Holland than its springtime pursuits. The town is situated on the shores of Lake Michigan, offering the best beaches and outdoor adventure.
A hunting retreat with two cabins on 30.16-acres is what $250,000 gets you in Ennis, Texas! Well, $249,900 to be exact. And the best part? This hunter’s paradise sits just 20 minutes south of downtown Dallas.
Largest Whitetail Deer In Ellis County
That’s right. Here you’ll enjoy the ultimate sporting retreat with over 30-acres of high fenced terrain. More importantly, it boasts some of the largest whitetail deer in Ellis County!
For under $2 million you can own a piece of iconic Rancho Mirage history! This magnificent modern masterpiece sits on the 15th green of Tamarisk Country Club and just received a $100,000 price reduction, making it the best-priced property on the golf course.
And a home this special cannot be duplicated for the price! Why, you ask? Because it was custom designed by one of the ’80s most renowned interior designers, Kalef Alaton. The designer – who passed away from complications of AIDS in the ’80s in Los Angeles – leaves behind a lasting legacy, best known as one of the greatest influences on the Californian residential interiors of the “Me-First Decade.”
His four-bedroom, four-full-and-two-half-bathroom residence at 71070 La Paz Road in Rancho Mirage was reimagined seven years ago by none other than Mark Godson as his personal home.
Godson spends his time between Palm Springs and Dallas – selling with Keller Williams Luxury Homes in Palm Springs, while forming The Britannia Group at Compass in Dallas. “I am selling luxury properties in both states,” he says. “But I’m downsizing in the desert.”
Cowboy culture, oil wells, the grit and glimmer of a modern metropolis – this is Oklahoma City. And for those looking to buy a home in “The Sooner State,” we are taking a closer look at just how far $1 million will go. What we find may surprise you.
Oklahoma City is no stranger to luxury buyers, and this week our home search led us to 108 Lake Aluma Drive. The four-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom ranch rests in an idyllic setting. According to the listing it’s nestled in Lake Aluma, a luxury lakeside micro-community hidden in the heart of Oklahoma City, offering the serenity of nature amidst the bustling city.