Fri 20 Apr 2018
As spring arrives we’re throwing the spotlight on our overseas properties, with a look at some very special homes from across the globe.
An Italian mansion for you (and everyone you know)
This jaw-dropping property actually boasts 28 bedrooms in total – more than enough to cater for any and all guests you might wish to host.
Situated just outside of Rome in Italy, it dates back to the 1700s and features stylish decor as well as modern renovations throughout.
A tranquil getaway in the Seychelles…
This three-bedroom detached villa is perfect for those of us who just want to escape the hustle and bustle of the cities for a quieter life.
Set within a stunning development of fascinating landscapes – the home perfectly fits in with its natural surroundings.
A beautiful beachside home in Thailand…
This property, a six-bedroom villa on an unspoilt beach in the south of Koh Samui, offers cutting-edge architecture mixed with the fantastic cultural surroundings.
The Balinese style villa is impressive both inside and out. This is definitely a home for someone who wants to escape for some calm.
Off to the Isle of St. Lucia…
This 11-bedroom home sits within beautifully landscaped gardens that lead down to a stunning pebble beach.
The natural beauty of the island alone would sway us for this property, but it’s the attention to detail throughout the home that makes it truly stand out.
Taking in the sunshine in Marbella…
This seven-bedroom villa is the perfect place to escape it all for whatever it is you fancy – whether that’s partying or the quiet life.
The home itself is great for entertaining family and friends thanks to the spacious – and sophisticated – decor throughout.
An Irish mansion that’ll make you feel like a king…
Boasting 25 bedrooms in total along with a tennis court, 40-acre lake and even it’s very own private beach – this really is the ultimate mansion for those who love the finer things in life.
It even boasts the ‘Irish Sky Garden’ – a unique man’made crater designed by the renowned James Turrell to contemplate the beautiful Irish skies.
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