10 Most Popular Properties of 2016

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Millions of people visited homes all around the world on sothebysrealty.com in 2016. Whether it was searching for a high-rise penthouse in the heart of the world’s key cities, or a remote escape nestled in one of nature’s unique paradises, discover the 10 most visited homes throughout the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand’s worldwide network on sothebysrealty.com last year.

10 Most Popular Properties of 2016

  • $75,000,000 | Wainscott, New York | Sotheby’s International Realty – East Hampton Brokerage
    Built in 2000 and published in Architectural Digest, the house was designed by architect Francis Fleetwood with interior architecture by Brian O’Keefe and interior design by Marjorie Shushan. Built with steel frame construction, the house features a double-height entry hall, 200-year-old antique flooring and wide water views from almost every room. The property features five principal bedroom suites plus three additional bedrooms in a self-contained guest wing. 

  • Price Upon Request | Geneva, Switzerland | Cardis Immobilier Sotheby’s International Realty
    The unique property is remarkable for its absolute tranquility, unobstructed view of the Alps and the peak of Mont Blanc, and an exceptional impression of spaciousness. The eight-hectare plot includes a number of leisure areas such as a private nine-hole golf course, a pool with pool house, a tennis court, a bowling court, a playground area in the woods with chalet, a vegetable patch and access to large wooded areas.

  • $95,000,000 | Key Largo, Florida | Russell Post Sotheby’s International Realty
    Pumpkin Key is an extraordinary private island totaling 26 acres in the tropics of Card Sound Bay located in the Florida Keys. Just 10 minutes by helicopter to Miami's famous South Beach, the island currently features one main home with three bedrooms, two caretaker's cottages, and a dock master's apartment.

  • $125,000,000 | Montecito, California | Sotheby’s International Realty – Montecito – Coast Village Road Brokerage
    The magnificent Rancho San Carlos is an approximately 237-acre estate property that, for nearly 100 years, has been under the ownership of one family. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire a unique property of unprecedented grand scale, exceptional architecture, and prestigious historical significance. The sprawling hilltop Monterey Colonial manor was designed by noted architect Reginald Johnson in 1931.

  • $48,880,000 | Alpine, New Jersey | Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty
    This gated estate is approximately 30,000 square-feet built of solid granite and steel infrastructure, with 12 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, indoor basketball court, movie theatre, 4000 bottle wine cellar, fitness center, three exquisite bars for entertaining, elevator, extraordinary details and ultimate privacy.

  • $50,000,000 | New York, New York | Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage
    This home is a five-story red brick and limestone mansion that stands as a superb example of Neo Georgian revival architecture in America. Prominently positioned on the very lovely and quiet, tree-lined block of 69th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, the residence has the good fortune of being situated amidst a number of architecturally noteworthy neighboring houses. Erected in 1881 by Charles Buek & Co. and then purchased in 1900 by Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt, the house was redesigned in 1929 for Edwin C. Jameson, a prominent insurance executive, and then finally acquired by the English-Speaking Union in 1956.

  • $39,950,000 | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | Cayman Islands Sotheby’s International Realty
    Without doubt Castillo Caribe is one of the finest beachfront estate homes in the world offering every luxury for modern day life with all the lifestyle options one would expect from the Cayman Islands and the Caribbean. Although the Cayman Islands enjoy year-round sunshine and a temperate climate, this benefit is eclipsed in most people’s eyes by the Islands’ offshore status. The Cayman Islands are well known as a financial center on the world's stage and provide the highest quality of lifestyle available in a tax neutral environment, making it very appealing to people of high net worth to seek residency here.

  • Price Upon Request | Cannes, France | Côte d'Azur Sotheby's International Realty
    Belonging to a collection of exclusive and legendary properties on the French Riviera, the 'Castle of la Croix des Gardes' is at once the largest estate in the area, and unequivocally the most outstanding.'La Croix des Gardes' is positioned just a few minutes from the port of Cannes and the 'Palais des Festivals', and proudly stands overlooking the historic region that resonates with the glorious 19th century heritage of the French Riviera.

  • $25,000,000 | Providenciales, Turks & Caicos | Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty
    Turtle Tail Estate is a dynamic, spectacular compound to completely fall in love with and is without peer on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. The newly completed estate combines the personalization of a custom home with the amenities of an ultra-luxury resort, elevated on a magnificent private over four-acre peninsula all its own. 

  • $70,000,000 | New York, New York | Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage
    This spectacular 14-room duplex apartment is situated high atop the prestigious Pierre Hotel on Fifth Avenue. Featuring a meticulous triple mint renovation and boasting extraordinary 360 degree views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, this elegant trophy residence is absolute perfection. 

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