Welcome to our property digest, where we share some of the best houses for sale or rent across the globe. Our edit this week includes a Stockholm new-build that goes the extra mile – and a woodland entertainment pad with 70s vibes.

A slice of East Hampton modernism

Photography: Sotheby’s International Realty

3 bedrooms; 1,400 sq ft POA via Sotheby’s International Realty
Iconic Fire Island architect Harry Bates designed this 1967 East Hamptons home which has undergone a renovation and expansion that raises the bar on coastal living. It’s being offered for rent as a rustic retreat with a mezzanine office for those looking for a change of scene while working from home.

A converted warehouse in Sydney


3 bedrooms; AUD $1.7m via BresicWhitney
Concrete and steel combine at this Sydney warehouse conversion in the city’s Camperdown neighbourhood. The three-bedroom home was designed by local practice Archer Office and hones an industrial vibe.

A nature lover’s entertainment pad in Illinois

Illinois architect Harry Weese designed this Dekalb woodland hideaway, which has the ultimate 1970s design features – a huge conversation pit.
Photography: Andrew Miller

4 bedrooms; $899,000 via Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty
This 1977 entertainment pad was designed by architect Harry Weese and features a giant conversation pit, two open fireplaces and suspended walkways. It’s located close to cross-country ski trails and has a relatively large plot set with native trees, a swimming pool and access to the nearby golf course and tennis courts.

Converted stable in Paris


3 bedrooms; €2.69m via Espaces Atypique
Walls of glass span this 23 sq m apartment in the French capital, which started life as a stable.

Seafront Stockholm pad

Modern Stockholm villa with its own helipad lists for an eye-watering SEK 150m
Photography: Sotheby’s International Realty

4 bedrooms; SEK 150m  via Skeppsholmen Sotheby’s International Realty

This unapologetically flashy Stockholm property occupies a prominent waterfront plot and has a neo-brutalist design. Swathes of glass illuminate the interiors and capture natural views, while finishes are ultra-luxe with contrasting marbles, bespoke walnut cabinetry and smart home systems. Amenities include a sculptural infinity pool, bar, wine cellar, cinema room and a helipad.

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