Via Lillie K Team/Four Seasons Sotheby's International

Welcome to our weekend property digest where we recap the best properties for sale or rent this week across the world. This week we have a restored Palm Springs gem by Albert Frey and a modern rustic off-grid cabin in Aussie wine country.

Notting Hill townhouse, London

Photography: Domus Nova

3 bedrooms; from £4,750 per week via Domus Nova
Stripped-back and rustic, the rooms of this Notting Hill townhouse have exposed original features and rough-hewn finishes across its four floors. Spaces are framed within elegant 19th-century period bones and softened with pale pink plaster walls, organic fabrics, and natural timber accents. Get a closer look.

Cree House in Coachella Valley, California

Photography: Compass

1+1 bedrooms;  $1.85m via Scott Lyle of Compass
Located on the boundary between Palm Springs and Cathedral City in the Coachella Valley, Cree House is a fully-restored Albert Frey midcentury gem that was hidden from the public for half a century. The building was unveiled during 2019’s Palm Springs Modernism Week and has been generously restored. See more.

Spanish-style Santa Barbara property, California

3 bedrooms; $4.3m via Sotheby’s Realty
This Montecito property has soaring ceilings and French-style doors which open onto a landscaped garden with a giant ficus tree.

The Tivoli Barn, Upstate New York

4 bedrooms; $1.875m via Lillie K Team/ Four Seasons Sotheby’s International
Rustic and romantic, this converted 1800s barn sits on the banks of Stony Creek, surrounded by woodland, and is a nostalgic slice of rural idyll. Interiors have been modernised in keeping with the spirit of the barn, with exposed wooden surfaces, raftered ceilings and woodburning stoves in abundance.

Gawthorne’s Hut in New South Wales’ wine country, Australia

Photography: Amber Hooper

1 bedroom; from around $440 AUD per night via Airbnb
This metal-clad Mudgee cabin sits in the heart of New South Wales’ wine country, overlooking the Cudgegong River Valley. Off-grid, the cabin is powered by solar panels and draws its water from a rainwater storage system. Bare brick and panelling made from Australian blackbutt wood create a homely atmosphere inside, helped along by a wood-burning furnace for chilly evenings. Peek inside.

A Converted East London pub apartment asks for £625,000



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