January 24, 2014

Top 5 Luxury Villas

Luxury is shown in many ways, one of them are luxury houses, villas, penthouses and interiors. This is our selection of top 5 luxury villas, which flaunt luxury and opulence, magical interior designs, perfectly manicured yards, and the best features, furniture and décor pieces.


Built in 1991 this luxury villa stands out with facade which is inspired by the famed Quattro Fountains in Rome with a Japanese sculpture in the center and a cobblestone circular driveway with two Titans on both sides. This $18,950,000 worth property has front doors done in Louis XV style, seven major original allegorical paintings on canvas by M. Borisov and twenty smaller nature-mortes, a grand chandelier, solid bronze dual staircase designed by Raymond LaRose in baroque style with elements of art deco and art nouveau.

This luxury villa has 8 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and formal opulent Parlor in St. Petersburg Palace style with ornate plaster 15′ ceilings, mirrors and marble columns. Family room has wet bar and mahogany pocket doors. The house also boasts library, done in mahogany and cherry woods, hand carved fireplace, a gourmet kitchen, breakfast area, designed by famed master Martin Pierce, state of the art appliances, two islands, two sub zero’s, two dishwashers and a Butler’s pantry all done in Mahogany, cherry and bird’s eye wood.

The master suite contains a sitting room, fireplace, dual bath with dry sauna, large walk-in closets and balcony with staircase overlooking the backyard. Also house has an entertainer’s media room with projection screen that opens to the tennis court, stone Gussman fireplace, travertine floors, guest room, wine room, gym, storage and an elevator.


Having perfect views to Miami which can be admired through the impressively large panoramic windows and from the multilevel terraces, this luxury villa features an open plan with very high ceilings to complete the ensemble of luxury features.

Each room in the villa is characterized by large spaces. Either if it’s the living room, bedroom or bathroom, they all seem to have the size of a small apartment. A constant connection to the outside is made through the floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors leading to the terraces. The outdoor infinity edge pool collides with the ocean line, being hard to distinguish them by looking at them from the living room.

But like any luxury treat costs, $6,000 to $11,000 per day is the booking price for vacationing in the Villa Valentina.


Casa Caracol is a very creative project for a beach house, having the ocean nearby...

From the name of the isle where this luxury house is built on to the intriguing architecture and unusual interiors, everything seems to be new to us when it comes to Casa Caracol.

180 degrees views over the Caribbean Sea are added to the experience of living in a sea shell, taking a bath under a shell fountain. Eduardo Ocampo is the architect that designed the home that could be your vacation accommodation, maybe, as it is currently for rental.

This luxury villa is divided in two volumes, one bigger and one smaller. The smaller one, looking like a moon shell, hosts e bathroom and a bedroom, while the bigger one, appearing like an architectural queen conch shell, hosts another bathroom and bedroom, a kitchenette and also a sitting area. Interiors continue with the same idea, as at every step we make we see different reinterpreted shell accents.


Hidden behind an array of private gates, one of the most luxurious and exquisite estates in Victoria unfolds its beauty.

Topping an impressive 3 acres of privately landscaped terrain, this Uplands sanctuary is a one off. Having been built back in 1914, it used to be in need of some restoration. As recently, it has actually received a multi-million dollar renovation.

Located at 3115 Beach Drive, Victoria, in Canada’s British Columbia, the main luxury residence comprises 10,649 square feet of space. It gorgeously and harmoniously blends contemporary ways of living with modern technology and rustic elements. It even boasts hints of medieval and Victorian design. The rooms combine intricate attention to detail and bold elements. The main floor for example provides a functional flow from room to room, each of them a separate character.


This modern and luxury villa is the perfect Italian summer getaway for those who enjoy peace and quiet, beautiful landscapes and beaches.

Syclaupe is a large and lovely villa that lies just shy of the water's edge. Within walking distance of the village of Porto Ercole, it offers complete privacy in close proximity to shops, wonderful seaside restaurants and two beaches. The villa is divided into several wings with private terraces, ideal for a large party with varying needs for privacy. The design throughout is contemporary, using a palette of pale colours to highlight curved walls, wooden beams and a striking spiral staircase. Large windows and high ceilings emphasise the generous scale of the living areas and bedrooms of which some are air conditioned. The ground floor living and dining room lead out to an ample stone pool terrace, where an enormous loggia provides a shady spot for lounging or for al fresco meals overlooking the pool and the sea.

Large living room has a concert grand piano and a fireplace, and it is leading out to the pool terrace, while the dining room leads out to a terrace with a loggia and barbeque. Sitting-room has modern amenities like  plasma television, DVD, video and HI-FI equipment. There is also a well-equipped gourmet luxury kitchen.


1 comment:

  1. Well! The designs are awesome. I also want to see the architectural design of the villas to know the interior details.


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