Words by Georgie Young

Saint Tropez

Villa Tahiti – 8-bedroom 8-bathroom, 5406 sqm

Situated in one of Saint Tropez’ most sought-after areas, this two-level villa has uninterrupted views of the sea and hills, which are best taken in from its expansive summer kitchen and outdoor lounge. A hotel-sized pool and large home theatre beckon large group gatherings, whilst the expansive suites and plethora of terraces facilitate privacy, should you desire it.


The Beecham – 2-bedroom 3-bathroom, 154 sqm

London locations don’t come much better than this polished apartment, which has a privileged position overlooking Covent Garden Piazza. Being part of a period building, the ceilings are tall and create a feeling of seamless space, which is furthered by large windows and an expansive reception room. Each large bedroom also comes with a marble ensuite bathroom; the principal has access to a south-facing balcony.

Los Angeles

1731 Summitridge Drive – 6-bedroom 9-bathroom, 3,200 sqm

This mid-century, modern-inspired estate is situated high above sea level atop a gated promontory with sweeping city, canyon and ocean views. The property features amenities such as an elevator, walk-in refrigerator, full spa with salt room, wine cellar and a private cinema. You can also opt for energising mirrors in the master bathroom, air purification, and engineered floors specifically designed to enhance your posture.


Port Apartment – 6-bedroom 5-bathroom, 1045 sqm

Sit atop the F1 Grand Prix starting line at this luxurious apartment in Monaco’s Port Hercule district. Its sumptuous interiors feature swathes of velvet, with plenty of gold detailing and spacious, marble bathrooms. A huge wraparound terrace is accessible from all bedrooms and offers spectacular views across Monaco’s yacht-filled port.


The Glass Box Loft – 2-bedroom 3-bathroom, 457 sqm

This architecturally reimagined artist’s loft is located just minutes from Miami’s lively South Beach neighbourhood. It’s definitely on the more industrial-chic end of the design spectrum: concrete walls and floating tables are threaded with mesh curtains and LED accent lighting. Access to the building’s expansive roof terrace also offers spectacular views over the Miami skyline.

For further info on any of the above homes, please contact Quintessentially Estates here.