Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for sale and rent across the world. This week, we have a 13th-century manor on the Isle of White and an artist’s live/work warehouse conversion in London among our discoveries.

The minimalist Koya House in Los Angeles

3 bedrooms; 1,445 sq ft; $1.589m via Compass
California’s serene Koya House was designed by local studio Mini Inno – the practice responsible for designing minimalist Joshua Tree hideout, Villa Kuro. Focusing on simplicity, materials and calming design, the studio has used reclaimed timber beams for ceilings, installed wooden cabinetry and concrete flooring to create an anxiety-reducing home on a quarter-acre plot on Los Angeles’s Beauvais Avenue.

An 18th-century townhouse in Mallorca

7 bedrooms; 900 sqm; POA via Berrow Collection
Can Magraner is an 18th century townhouse in the heart of Palma’s Sóller, close to the cathedral. A 500-sq-m garden and connecting courtyard offer respite from the summer sun and the expansive Mallorca property has a guesthouse, a home office, and views of the Tramuntana mountain range.

Gotten Manor on the Isle of Wight

5 bedrooms; 4,755 sq ft; £2m via Inigo
This 13th-century stone farmstead on the Isle of White dates comes with several buildings across its 5-acre plot that have been converted into self-contained accommodation.  Gotten Manor has south coast views and is surrounded by gardens and wildlife.

A monumental ‘lightbox’ home in Stuttgart

Photography: Jonas Berg for Baden-Württemberg Sotheby’s International Realty

4 bedrooms; 9,676 sq ft; €3.5m via Sotheby’s International Realty
Bauhaus volumes encase serene brutalist interiors at this monumental ‘lightbox’ home in Germany’s Stuttgart. The light-drenched villa has a warehouse-like facade with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass walls across the interiors, plus a roof terrace. Peek inside.

An artist’s live/work space in London

Photography: The Modern House

First floor live/work space £1.025m; second-floor apartment £925,000; third space £1m via The Modern House
Award-winning architects Mary Duggan and Joe Morris transformed this 1880s warehouse conversion into an extensive live/work space for designer and artist Jonathan Ellery. The practice took a ‘less is more’ approach to humanising its industrial interiors, leaving brickwork exposed and installing polished concrete floors and large glass panes which overlook a sun-filled courtyard. The London property is being sold as three separate apartments or in its entirety. Explore the vast London property.

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