Welcome! Homes that make grand entrances. Pictured top: CASA AYEHUALCO, MORELOS, MEXICO. Set in a rugged canyon adjacent to the El Tepozteco National Park, this imposing home, created by architect Diego Villasenor, is an expressive example of organic architecture composed in stone, wood and adobe, that appears to emerge directly from nature itself.
Enter the private tropical oasis of this Balinese-inspired villa, which is just steps from the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, and lose yourself in its lush, sheltered gardens.
Enjoy privacy and peace inside the walled gardens of this historical home and heritage site set in the hills above Maroulas, with stunning views out to sea.
Over 300 years old and with a lovely leafy garden, this traditional adobe finca offers a wonderful sense of detachment, but is still close to the lively village cafes, bars and beaches of the island.
Climb the stairs to this magnificent heritage property in the heart of Dubrovnik, and discover an unexpected contemporary apartment, with views across the city’s rooftops.
An oasis of calm and refinement, this villa in Puglia transports you back in time to a hidden and unexpected world just outside the main square of medieval village Muro Leccese.
Sun bleached blush-pink hues on the outside, with lush, tumbling gardens that blend into the countryside, open into a world of cool design classics and elegant, understated style inside.
Perfectly situated to enjoy the City of Lights, this apartment is a quiet and private retreat. With lovely courtyard views and relaxed simple style, it’s an intimate and comfortable hideaway.
Set in over 20 acres of rambling hillsides and terraced gardens in the Andalucian hills, this stunning private villa is perched high above the valleys, with sweeping views across the countryside.
Relive Gozo’s traditional way of life at this authentic home in the charming hamlet of Munxar. Originally a farm, the house is over 200 years old and has been meticulously restored, preserving its authentic charm and character.
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