Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for rent and sale across the world. Among our discoveries is a contemporary concrete home in Chile and a tiny A-frame beach cabin in Western Australia’s Esperance.
Circular Fred Fox home in Sydney, Australia
6 bedrooms; POA via Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty
This 1960s ‘Oculus’ home by Aussie architect Frank Fox has hit the market in Sydney following a refresh by Tzannes Associates. It features a partly domed roof and retractable curved windows that envelop the Sydney property and offer 270-degree views of its landscaped grounds. Get a closer look.
Concrete home in Colina, Chile
4 bedrooms; $1.084m via Chile Sotheby’s International Realty
Chilean architect Eduardo González designed this crisp, geometric home near Colina, which sits on the edge of a golf course. The contemporary property is set across two levels and rooms on the lower level have soaring three-and-a-half metre high concrete ceilings, while vast glass facade frames views of Santa Isabel hill. See more.
Tiny A-Frame in Esperance, Western Australia
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Sleeps 2; from $160 per night via Esperance Chalet Village
A tiny A-frame cabin in a village of chalets on the river in Western Australia’s beach town, Esperance. Guests can kayak on the river or ride bikes to the surrounding white sandy beaches.
Georges Vandenbussche House in Tielt, Belgium
€1.495m via Architecten Woning
Architect Georges Vandenbussche designed this expansive single-storey home in 1969 as his own home with modernist principles in mind. There are no interior doorways inside the Belgian property which has white-painted brickworks, exposed steel beams and floor-to-ceiling windows. It features in our edit of architects’ homes for sale.
CABN tiny home in Victoria, Australia
Sleeps 4; rent from AUD 209 per night
Off-grid retreat Sadie hides in the Victoria bush, 1.5 hours drive north of Melbourne. The tiny home is the handiwork of holiday home builder CABN, and has raw timber interiors with large picture windows that peek onto the forest floor.