Laissez les bons temps rouler in New Orleans

We partner with over 1000 Sotheby’s real estate offices in 72 countries. Each month we showcase a home from one of these partners. Our feature home this month is located in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Eclectic. Vibrant. Spirited. Enchanting. No matter what words are used to describe New Orleans, none of them fully capture the true essence of this city. Simply put, there is no other place like New Orleans and New Orleanians celebrate like no other. Its distinctive mix of European, Caribbean, and African influences can be experienced through all the senses. Its food, music, art, and architecture are unforgettably unique to this city.

The French Quarter usually comes to mind first when thinking of New Orleans. But the Garden District, beloved for its streetcars, parks, showy gardens, and famous cemetery, is also one of the most iconic neighborhoods in the city and is a short ride from the French Quarter. That is where you will find this spectacular Greek Revival home located at 1216 Camp Street.

Built in 1870, this grand home is as spectacular today as it was two centuries ago. Authentic architectural details and abundant charm can be found throughout the entirety of this home’s impressive 5,500 sq. ft.

Unmistakable New Orleans style is beautifully reflected in the gorgeous original wood floors, grand rooms, original fireplaces, soaring ceilings, crown moldings and ceiling medallions.

An enchanting courtyard offers a peaceful and private respite from the lively neighborhood. Within a short walk to the city’s best museums and Magazine Street’s fun, trendy restaurants and shopping. This property is currently listed for $1,150,000.

For additional information and to see all the property photographs, click here. You may also contact us by email at homes@robinsonsir.com or phone at 513.321.6000. We will be glad to guide you.

Warren Island Offers Sublime Retreat for Relaxation

The private dock allows for easy boat access to and from Hope and also for enjoying Lake Pend Oreille.

We partner with over 1000 Sotheby’s real estate offices in 71 countries. Each month we showcase a home from one of these partners. Our feature home this month is located on Warren Island in Hope, Idaho.

The small town of Hope is located in the northern tip of Idaho, just 90 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington. Hope sits on the eastern shore pristine Lake Pend Oreille, thought by many to be one of Idaho’s most beautiful lakes. The lake’s largest island, Warren Island, is accessible only by boat and is home to this stunning property.

This is a true destination resort offering majestic lake and mountain views and sublime spaces indoor and out for relaxation, recreation, and privacy. In the unlikely event you ever grow tired of the immediate surroundings, you can drive to Banff, Yellowstone, or Glacier in a 8 hours or less.

On the shores of Warren Island, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath recently remodeled home on 4.17 acres is designed to take advantage of captivating views of Lake Pend Oreille and the Green Monarch mountains.

It features a spacious great room with vaulted ceilings, a main floor master bedroom with an ensuite bath, an efficient kitchen, casual open dining, an expansive deck.

The second floor bedroom and spacious loft is ideal for a family room, office, or additional sleeping quarters. With year-round access by boat, nearby deep water marinas, numerous outdoor activities, and fine dining options, its location affords a unique opportunity for creating treasured memories with friends and loved ones. Or imagine its possibilities as a vacation rental. Listed for $1,195,000.

For additional information and to see all the property photographs, click here. You may also contact us by email at homes@robinsonsir.com or phone at 513.321.6000. We will be glad to guide you.

Safe Harbor in Historic Newport, Rhode Island

We partner with over 1000 Sotheby’s real estate offices in 71 countries. Each month we showcase a home from one of these partners. Our feature home this month is located in Newport, Rhode Island.

At the mouth of Narragansett Bay – named a Top 12 world adventure destination by National Geographic – Newport is a picturesque seaside town well known for its world-class sailing, US Naval heritage, and Gilded Age mansions. Residents and visitors appreciate Newport’s beautifully preserved classic Colonial architecture, breathtaking New England landscapes, unique culinary flair, irresistible coastal charm, and a multitude of ways to enjoy the surrounding water. Daily train service to and from Boston and New York make Newport an especially appealing retreat to residents in those areas.

This stunning, light-filled Historic Colonial at 39 Elm Street is less than a block from Newport Harbor and easy water access. A masterful renovation of this home by Kirby/Perkins Construction preserved all of its original charm while seamlessly incorporating modern conveniences and sophisticated style.

Every detail has been thoughtfully considered including the attractive and efficient chef’s kitchen with top of the line appliances, 2.5 fabulous baths, lovely finishes inside and out, and 4 fireplaces including 2 gas fired.

Private and spacious bricked patio is beautifully landscaped and fully fenced. Desirable southern point location is short walk to Newport Shipyard, Washington Square and waterfront wharves, restaurants and shops. Perfectly turn-key. Listed for $1,175,000.

For additional information and to see all the property photographs, click here. You may also contact us by email at homes@robinsonsir.com or phone at 513.321.6000. We will be glad to guide you.

A Natural Beauty in Poland’s Pieniny Mountains

Niedzica Castle also known as Dunajec Castle is located in the southernmost part of Poland in Niedzica (Nowy Targ County in Lesser Poland). It was erected between the years 1320 and 1326 by Kokos of Brezovica on the site of an ancient stronghold surrounded by earthen walls in the Pieniny Mountains.

We partner with over 1000 Sotheby’s real estate offices in 71 countries. Each month we showcase a home from one of these partners. Our feature home this month is located in Czorsztyn-Maniowy, Malopolska, Poland.

Just a two-hour drive south of Krakow, Poland’s second largest city, you will discover a pristine mountain range, majestic river, sparkling lake, and historic castles. Steeped in history, folklore, and legend, the Czorsztyn Lake region of Poland offers visitors a beautiful, natural respite.

Located in the heart of this spectacular region is an extraordinary property with sweeping panoramic views of the Czorsztyn Lake and the surrounding mountains. This home was expertly crafted in the local highlander style using the finest building materials. Many modern technologies have been seamlessly incorporated into the structure for modern convenience and luxurious comfort. Furnishings included in this home are of the highest quality and the kitchen is equipped with high end appliances.

Opportunities for recreation, rest, and relaxation are plentiful inside and outside. A well-crafted outdoor living room and kitchen with a wood-burning oven provides a perfect setting for entertaining. Enjoy the indoor swimming pool, sauna, and Jacuzzi year round. With four bedrooms, four full baths, and two half baths, and abundant indoor and outdoor space, this is the perfect home for hosting overnight guests.

In the nearby vicinity, there are many activities waiting to be discovered. Spend the day exploring the ruins of the castle in Czorsztyn, the castle in Niedzica, and the old settlement Czorsztyn – an open-air museum featuring historic buildings relocated from the local villages and preserved for future generations. Outdoor sports and recreation enthusiasts will enjoy the beaches, sailing, windsurfing, cycling and running routes, river rafting, mountain biking, and skiing in the winter.

For additional information and to see all the property photographs, click here. You may also contact us by email at homes@robinsonsir.com or phone at 513.321.6000. We will be glad to guide you.

A Dazzling City Shines Among the Sands and Seas of the Middle East

We partner with over 1000 Sotheby’s real estate offices in 71 countries. Each month we showcase a home from one of these partners. Our feature home this month is located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

According to Forbes, Dubai is “one of the most futuristic, worldly and luxurious cities on the map.” Located in the eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula, Dubai is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates and is located on the Arabian Peninsula. Considered by many to be an oasis in the Middle East, this international city’s unique legal system and adoption of Western-style business culture has resulted in tremendous economic growth.

Dubai is one of the most visited cities in the world, renowned internationally for its shopping, dining and elaborate architectural and engineering feats. It is home to the world’s tallest building, archipelagos of man-made islands, and the world’s largest indoor ski resort. Its reputation for decadence and opulence is well-deserved. The emirate’s popularity among wealthy world travelers and entrepreneurs has left residential real estate in high demand. Dubai’s hot desert climate also offers a sunny respite year round for those seeking an escape from cold, wintry weather.

Indulge your senses in this luxurious 2 bedroom, 3 bath residence located in the North Tower of the iconic Five Palm Jumeirah Resort. Highly regarded for its lavish amenities and spectacular entertainment, the Five Palm features world-renown dining venues, a luxury Turkish-inspired spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, four swimming pools, and private beach access.  Enjoy iconic Marina skyline views from nearly every room of this spacious 1436 sq. ft. home. To maximize the views, a cleverly arranged private balcony extends from the open living area. For added convenience and style, high-end designer furnishings are included.

For additional information and to see all the property photographs, click here. You may also contact us by email at homes@robinsonsir.com or phone at 513.321.6000. We will be glad to guide you.