Hang at the Ross-Hand Mansion
This historic Hudson Valley home—originally built in 1854—offers a fusion of rustic charm and deluxe modern amenities. The 5,000-square-foot Gothic Revival sits on four acres of private estate with epic views of the Hudson River, five bedrooms and five baths. If the mansion’s stunning stonework looks familiar, there’s a reason: The mansion was originally built for iconic architect Azariah Ross, the designer behind the stone bridges featured throughout Central Park. The estate is located in South Nyack, N.Y., just 20 miles outside of New York City.
Listed by: Donna Cox, Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty
Listed for: $1,852,500
Photos by: Donna Cox, Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty
Miami Beach Mega Mansion
This eight-bedroom, eight-bathroom lavish mega mansion stretches just shy of 10,000 square feet in sunny Miami Beach, Fla. The Mediterranean-style estate comes decked out with an incredible lagoon-style pool, sweeping grand staircase, a billiard room, glass-enclosed wine cellar, home gym, private dock, home theater and bedrooms ready for royalty. Built in 2002, the mansion has ample indoor/outdoor living space, water access and incredible views of Biscayne Bay and South Beach.
Listed by: Lourdes Alatriste, Engel & Völkers
Listed for: $26,200,000
Photos by: Blue Ocean Photography
Sold: Park City Paradise
Utahns, listen up! This seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate recently sold for $11.6 million, landing the headline of the most expensive home sold in Utah in all of 2018. Spanning over 14,000 square feet on 1.5 acres, the mansion—located at 7996 Roamer Ct. in Sundance’s iconic Park City—was previously owned by studio executive Jeffrey Katzenberg, former Disney chairman and the producer of family-favorite films like “Shrek” and “Chicken Run.” Situated in the private Bald Eagle Club, the estate includes direct access to a kid-friendly ski-on/ski-off trail, a billiard room, game room, ski room, indoor pool and sauna.
Listed by: Paul Benson, Engel & Völkers Park City
Sold for: $11,600,000
Photos by: Engel & Völkers
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