Welcome to our weekend property digest, where we bring together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. Among this week’s discoveries is a customisable cabin by Faye Toogood and an art collector’s Stockholm pad.
Duality Cube Haus by Faye Toogood, UK
2-3 bedrooms; from £400,000 via The Modern House (coming soon)
London property start-up Cube Haus has commissioned a stellar-line up of talent to craft its new range of infill prefabs, including David Adjaye and designer Faye Toogood. The latter’s cabin-like design features a gabled roof and timber interiors. ‘Duality’ can be adapted to fit an awkward, tiny or unorthodox urban plot and can be bought off the peg or with an existing Cube Haus plot. Find out more.
Atlas Villa, Morocco
5 bedrooms; €1,250 per night via Welcome Beyond
Explore Morocco’s Atlas mountains from this contemporary retreat in Tagadert Berber village, designed by Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech designers Studio KO. The compound comprises two houses, both of which have huge sliding doors that frame views of the mountains and rolling wheat fields. Take a look around.
An art lover’s Stockholm pad
2 bedrooms; 10.95m SEK via Bolaget
This Swedish loft sits inside an Art Nouveau building dating back to 1907. It’s been given a contemporary makeover by its art collector owner, with white gallery walls, high ceilings and skylights.
Clifftop retreat in Rivas, Nicaragua
6 bedrooms; $1.2m via Sotheby’s International Realty
Sitting on a clifftop overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Casa Blanquita is a series of pristine white boxes that are stacked on top of each other, and surrounded by staggered gardens and terraces. The six-bedroom home features floor-to-ceiling glass, cool concrete floors and dramatic views.
Tiny cabin in Queenstown, New Zealand
3 bedrooms; £331 per night via Airbnb
Tom’s Cabin was voted New Zealand’s best home in 2016, and the cabin is nestled among running and bike trails around Kawarau Falls, near Queenstown. Everything is designed to squeeze the most from its 120 sqm, and there’s enough room to sleep eight people thanks to a mezzanine tucked above the dining nook. Snoop around.
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