Welcome to our new weekend property digest. Each week we’ll bring together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. Our first cache of gems includes Greta Garbo’s secret island bolthole and a restored Frank Lloyd Wright retreat…
Greta Garbo’s Ingarö retreat
The notoriously private silver screen actress used this seven-bedroom Swedish bolthole as her summer home. Her New York apartment sparked a huge bidding war (and eventually sold for 43% more than its original asking price last month) so we suggest acting fast. Take a tour.
Erno Goldfinger’s Teesdale house in Surrey
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Eppstein House in Michigan
Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Eppstein House for Samuel and Dorothy Eppstein in 1951, and the Galesburg building has just emerged from a year long restoration. Modernist fans can try it for themselves via Airbnb from £258 per night.
An alpine chalet and restaurant in Chamonix Mont-Blanc
Les Vieilles Luges is a family-run restaurant in the French Alps that comes with its own self-contained, two-bedroom apartment. Priced at €1.25m, it’s looking for someone to take it on as a commercial opportunity – or redevelop it as a private home.
Converted courthouse in Avesta
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