Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for rent and sale across the world. This week, we have a launchpad for exploring Marrakech’s bustling souks and the Atlas Mountains, and to a rustic farmhouse in the Umbrian countryside.

Hudson Valley retreat in New York, USA

 

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3 bedrooms; $1.18m via Hudson Woods
Watch the autumn leaves change from the deck of this Hudson Valley cabin home by Lang Architecture. The practice is designing an enclave of timber prefabs in the area with high ceilings and tall windows.

Rustic farmstead in Umbria, Italy

 

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9 bedrooms; €2.95m via Special Umbria
Villa Rigone comprises two restored farmhouses in the Umbrian countryside, close to Castel Rigone, which have been gently restored while maintaining their rustic charm. Interiors feature beamed ceilings, white-washed walls and stone fireplaces.

Midcentury modern Beverly Hills home in Los Angeles, USA

3 bedrooms; $1.995m via Compass
This midcentury Los Angeles home by architect Marvin Beck is surrounded by lush greenery in the city’s Beverly Hills enclave. The canyon home was built in 1958 and has been updated in keeping with its modernist heritage.

Tamilla Villa in Marrakech, Morocco

4 bedrooms; from £1,143 per night via Airbnb
African, European and Middle Eastern influences combine inside this Marrakech retreat, which blends traditional Moroccan motifs, textures and colours with contemporary design. Outdoors, a  lounge area and pool overlook neatly manicured lawns. Tamilla Villa features in our edit of the best Marrakech villas and riads to fuel your winter wanderlust.

Kanye West’s former home in New York, USA

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1 bedroom; $4.7m via CORE NYC
Want to live like Yeezy? Now you can – sort of. Kanye West’s former New York pad, designed in 2007 in collaboration with architect Claudio Silvetrin is back on the market after the rapper and designer sold it in 2018. It’s had a bit of a make-over since he called it home, but the extensive use of stone and neutral tones remain. See inside.

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