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Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for sale and rent worldwide. This week we’ve got a farmhouse where the silo has been converted into a home gym and a brown brick stunner with bags of 1970s style.

Venice Beach live/work space

4 bedrooms; $4m via Compass
California practice w3 designed this four-bedroom live/work space which is set over 3,276 sq ft.
The angular concrete structure has an industrial theme, inside and out, with exposed raftered ceilings and concrete floors throughout.

A 1970s Bucks townhouse

4 bedrooms; £1.3m via The Modern house
Seventies vibes are strong inside this 3,000 sq ft Buckinghamshire home, designed and built by the Ridley Nickolls Partnership in Weedon. The four-bedroom home has exposed brown brickwork across its interiors, including bricked archways, as well as timber slattered ceilings and original built-ins, which add vintage character throughout. See The Modern House for more.

Red barn dairy farm in Connecticut

Photography: Michael Bowman

4 bedrooms; $1m via William Pitt Sotheby’s International 

While its agricultural vernacular is well in truly intact, this Connecticut property has been transformed into a modern family home with lofty living spaces and a home studio and gym in the old silo. Beams, white-washed walls and a free-flowing layout maximise the sense of light and adaptability across the home, which sits on 14 acres of rolling farmland.

An East Side apartment by Axel Vervoordt

Photography: Sotheby’s International Realty

2 bedrooms; $14.9m via Sotheby’s International Realty
Central Park views are matched by stellar design credentials at this pared-back, turnkey apartment in Manhattan. Belgian designer and gallerist Axel Vervoordt conceived the interiors of the spartan loft, with custom built-ins including a secret bookcase door that connects the living room and study.

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