From a landmark estate on Howe Island, Canada, to a modern masterpiece in Del Mar, California, these are this month’s five featured notable properties for sale over US$5 Million.
Howe Island, Canada
Nokomis is a magnificent trophy estate on the shores of Howe Island. Completed in 2022, the home was conceived by renowned architect Michael Preston and meticulously brought to life by the esteemed craftsmen of Andrecon Construction. Expansive private dock facilities accommodating multiple vessels with room for a stately 125-foot yacht, and a custom double-slip boathouse with lifts provide direct access to the Thousand Islands and beyond. The property boasts a charming caretaker gatehouse, various outbuildings, an intricate network of wooded trails, a timber-framed covered outdoor lounge area overlooking a sandy beach with a fireplace and a built-in summer kitchen, a dry boathouse/workshop, and a second protected beach area perfect for accommodating float planes.
Del Mar, California
This stunning, completely remodeled midcentury modern-style home boasts breathtaking natural light and tranquility from every angle, with floor-to-ceiling walls of windows, beamed ceilings and natural wood floors. Bi-fold glass doors open to a private backyard featuring a custom fire feature, hot tub, and rooftop deck. The home is perfectly framed by trees and beautifully landscaped on quiet cul-de-sac with ocean and sunset views. The property is situated near world-famous beaches, hiking trails, and award-winning schools.
Winding Bay, Bahamas
Located on Winding Bay in the exclusive Abaco Club, this meticulously maintained beachfront estate, is a place where privacy, opulence, and seamless indoor-outdoor living converge. A gorgeous pool retreat invites relaxation, while the state-of-the-art custom kitchen blends modern design with functionality. Expansive outdoor decks provide panoramic views, and the gracious bedrooms with ensuite baths offer comfort and style. Manicured grounds lead to Winding Bay’s pristine beach. Residents enjoy a private club, access to a world-class golf course, and the luxury of a private paradise.
Sunnyside is an exceptional and rare waterfront estate situated on a spectacular 16-acre point along the Miles River. A picturesque, winding driveway leads to the one-of-a-kind contemporary home, built by A. James Clark for his family. Completed in 1978, Sunnyside was the culmination of a three-year collaboration between the legendary builder and philanthropist, his son, architect Paul Clark, and prominent Washington, D.C. architect James Henry Sullivan. Mr. Clark hand picked every remarkable detail, from the materials to the craftsmen, many of whom would later join him to form the Clark Construction company.
Högasten, nestled along the South Coast, boasts an expansive shoreline with sandy beaches and rocky outcrops, and views of the Baltic Sea and picturesque meadows. The estate, part of Charlottenlund since the early 1900s, includes a main building erected in 1914. The family has lovingly maintained and improved the property, creating a courtyard alongside beautiful lime tree-lined avenues. To the south, open spaces overlook the sea, while to the west, a magical Versailles-inspired park garden features geometrically designed, rarely seen plant arrangements.