Photography: Thomas Ziesel

Welcome to our weekend property digest, where we bring together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. This week, we bring you a Richard Neutra time capsule and a solar-powered A-frame near Salzburg.

A rare Richard Neutra East Coast home in Pennsylvania

Photography: Michael Hirsch

4 bedrooms; $650,000 via Sotheby’s International Realty
Neutra is best known for his West Coast homes with their wraparound walls of glass and sleek, low-lying silhouettes. This 1956 dwelling transplants those principals to the outskirts of Philadelphia, where they’ve been faithfully preserved into the 21st century. See more.

Lumi-Pod tiny home, Europe

Lumi-pod
Via Lumicene

Sleeps 2; POA
This circular tiny home is aimed at the hotel market and comprises a bathroom and bedroom with 180 degree panoramic views. Designed by Lumicene (a carpentry studio based out of Lyon) the bespoke units take two months to make but less than two days to install on site. Take a closer look.

Converted brewery apartment in Kent, UK

 

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3 bedrooms; £925,000 via Aucoot
It’s all about volume and light in this converted brewery in Rochester, Kent. The three-bedroom property has raftered ceilings and wooden floorboards and is turnkey ready.

An eco A-frame near Salzburg, Austria

Photography: Thomas Ziesel

2 bedrooms; €1,960 per week
Architect Thomas Ziesel transformed a run-down 1970s A-frame into a solar-powered eco-home in the village of Chiemgau. Its blackened exterior gives way to white interiors, with an open-plan living room and kitchen sitting beneath the building’s soaring pitched roof. Go inside.

Black Star Barn in New South Wales, Australia

Black Star Barn captures mountain views in New South Wales
Via Kangaroo Valley Escapes

4 bedrooms; $900 per night via Kangaroo Valley Escapes
Conceived as a ‘liveable barn’, Black Star Barn is designed to capture views of Barrengarry Mountain through its six-metre-high picture windows and bi-folding doors, which open onto a wraparound deck. 

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