Spring has sprung, which means it’s time for Engel & Völkers’ newest edition of private residences.
Each season, our real estate network from across the Americas brings together a curated collection of on-the-market homes. From a palatial penthouse in Honolulu, Hawaii to a 20-acre oasis in Danville, California, our spring roundup of luxe properties will not disappoint.
Below you’ll find just a few of the incredible properties featured in the Private Residences Spring 2022 edition. Can’t get enough? View the full spring issue of Private Residences at the end of the post.
Perched on the highest floor of One Waterfront Tower (a twin-tower, mixed-use condominium complex), this elegant penthouse serves as a “Palace in the Sky.” Built by developer Bruce Stark in 1989, the tower dominates the Honolulu skyline. The 4,475 square foot penthouse claims the top three floors of the Makai Tower, offering breathtaking panoramic views of Honolulu through barrel-vaulted, glass-like curtain wall masterpieces.
The Art Deco-inspired interior features an exclusive elevator, etched glass and mirrors, priceless custom African Anigre cabinetry and a jewelry box-inspired primary closet. Experience luxury with a gourmet kitchen, home theater and office—all in the heart of Kakaako.
Tucked away in complete privacy on Blackhawk’s gated grounds, this spectacular estate offers luxurious living and an incredible lifestyle. Covering over 20 acres, the property exudes its own sense of place—a private oasis away from the world.
In addition to the main home (which includes separate quarters for a caretaker), the property includes a guest house, art and fitness center, office and theater. The estate’s outdoor amenities include a pool, spa, sports court, greenhouse, kitchen and fire pit. It doesn’t stop there. From a vegetable garden and fishing ponds to trails all around, this property is a perfect host for gala events, everyday living or an escape from life.
It’s time to live your luxury.
Whistler, British Columbia
Ski home to 4673 Blackcomb Way after an exhilarating day on the slopes of Blackcomb Mountain. This impressive property is tucked away in a remarkably private setting, only a short walk from Lost Lake and the vibrant Whistler Village.
Across four levels, the impressive home offers six bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms and an additional TV sitting room on the lower level. Sit back and relax in a private outdoor hot tub after an action-packed day on the slopes, or cozy up around an outdoor gas fire pit while exchanging stories about the day—whether it was spent on the mountain, walking around Lost Lake or biking the Valley Trail.
Muscle Shoals, Alabama
Minutes from legendary recording studios, The Landing rises from the banks of Lake Wilson. Beyond the property’s gates, nature whispers and sings in the trees lining the private drive. At its end, a 30-foot water fountain cascades into a pond surrounded by the lush lawns and manicured gardens of this 81-acre estate. At its center, a home has developed a poetic relationship with the sublime natural setting.
Inside, the listing offers six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and four half bathrooms, as well as a spa, office, private tennis court, pool, maintenance building, guest cottage and commercial-grade greenhouse.
With 865 feet of lake frontage and a two story boathouse, The Landing will leave you mesmerized.
New York, New York
In the heart of the West Village Historic District, 81 Jane Street sits on a beautiful tree-lined street with Belgian Block pavers–one of only a few such streets left in New York City. The historic townhouse sits at one end of a noteworthy row of six Greek revival townhomes developed by Peter Van Antwerp in 1846 and 1847.
This four-story home plus basement is set on a large lot with a terraced garden and roof balcony. The house has retained original details throughout including wide-plank pine floors, pocket doors, beautiful dentil moldings on the parlor floor, six decorative fireplaces throughout and wrought-iron Greek Revival hand railings with elaborate castings.