Real Estate Round-Up

Ever since I was very young, I have had an interest in real estate and architecture. I remember being excited to accompany my parents during various Parade of Homes events and becoming enthralled by properties and interior design. That interest has held strong over the years---I sometimes even think seriously about becoming a broker. Here is a round-up of four homes that have piqued my interest during browsing sessions this week.

Charleston

Daniel Island | Charleston, SC
$3.8 million
5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms
Built in 2015
Private beach, covered pierhead, floating dock

Cape Elizabeth

Cape Elizabeth, Maine
$4.85 million
4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
Built in 1928
Oceanfront estate, seaside conservatory, carriage house

Manhattan

Carnegie Hill | Manhattan, NY
$31 million
7 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms
Designed by master architect Horace Trumbauer
Adjacent to Central Park, library, 2007 Palladio Award winner for Classical Architecture

Norfolk

Twyford Hall | Norfolk, United Kingdom
$2.6 million
8 bedrooms
Grade II, 17th Century country house on 70 acres
Georgian additions, numerous outbuildings, oak floors.