Celeb British model, Kate Moss, has had her Greenwich Village triplex apartment put on the rental market for $19,000 per month. Located at 112 Waverly Street, the luxury home sprawls across 1,800 square feet of living area over two levels. She rented the crash pad in the late 90s, during her relationship with Johnny Depp, so the love birds must have used it as their love nest.
Built in 1069, this majestic French-style estate set on Topping Lake was renovated with perfect craftsmanship three years ago so that it now boasts 21st century lush and comfort. The three-story brick building encompasses 4.80 lushly landscaped acres complete with a lakefront dock and a heated gunite swimming pool. The iron-gated entry is framed by stone pillars leading through the formal courtyard to the main house which provides quality entertainment on the lake, such as angling, boating, skating and kayaking.
Nestled on 50 acres on scenic Long Island Sound, Greenwich, Connecticut, including two offshore islands, a secluded beach and a Victorian mansion Copper Beech Farm sprawls over 13,519 square feet. Built in 1896, America’s priciest estate, according to The Wall Street Journal, and named for the copper beech trees on its grounds, sits on a 50.5 acre lot at the end of a 1,800-foot-long cobble stone driveway and comprises a stone carriage house which boasts a clock tower, a gatehouse with three bedrooms, a 6-car garage, two greenhouses and lush landscaping in the stunning walled garden. Also on the grounds there are a grass tennis court overlooking formal gardens, terraces, a pergola, an apple orchard, a pool area consisting of 75 foot long double heptagonal pool, a spa and a pool house with dressing room and bathroom.
This superb house sprawling over 18.39 acres is nestled in the much sought-after Oldfield area, in Greenwich, Connecticut and features 9 bedrooms and 11 full and 6 half bathrooms. Built in 1990, this impressive residence was designed by the renowned architect and urban planner Robert Lamb Hart and the celebrated interior designer Mark Hampton.