8th March, 2021

Dizzying Heights: Top 10 Multilevel Homes

Dizzying Heights: Top 10 Multilevel Homes

Many of us have dreamed of one day finding our perfect home, with plenty of room to entertain and accommodate our beloved friends and family. We take a look at the most impressive multilevel homes on the market right now.

1. St Peter, Jersey, 10 bedrooms

Approached down a sweeping driveway, this historic estate of grand proportions includes a 10-bedroom manor house, a detached four-bedroom cottage and a three-bedroom bungalow, along with a home office, staff accommodation and granite outbuildings suitable for conversion.

The manor house has been renovated and sympathetically modernised throughout, with the main focal point being the entrance hall that has a double-height ceiling and minstrels gallery.

Surrounded by over 20 acres of domestic and agricultural land, the grounds also include a swimming pool, pool house, mature formal gardens and a classic walled kitchen garden.

2. Hadley Wood, Greater London, 6 bedrooms

Set over four floors, this modern home benefits from an indoor pool, leisure facilities, a cinema room, six bathrooms, balconies and landscaped gardens. The property is filled with bespoke fittings including a SieMatic kitchen fitted with Gaggenau appliances and bedrooms serviced with Villeroy & Boch en-suites finished off with Axor Hansgroohe fittings.

Privacy is key to the design of this home, whilst still offering fantastic transport links and access to local amenities.

3. Sierra Blanca, Spain, 6 bedrooms

This beautiful villa is located in the heart of the prestigious Sierra Blanca, Marbella, with great views over the Mediterranean Sea and La Concha Mountain. Distributed over three floors, the villa offers a comfortable interior distribution, highlighting the perfect integration of the interior spaces with the well-kept garden, the large outdoor pool and both covered and uncovered terraces. The home also offers a gym and Hammam spa.

4. Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, 5 bedrooms

This superb Huf Haus is situated one of the best private roads in Gerrards Cross. It is the only Huf Haus in the world with a triple aspect, double-height atrium living space and has been meticulously designed to create a bright and amazing place for family living as well as entertaining.

The centrepiece of this fabulous property is a vast open-plan living space complete with a large kitchen/breakfast area with integrated Gaggenau appliances, dining area and lounge area, all seamlessly connected.

The property also offers a gym, cinema room and study along with a selection of covered balconies and terraces offering a variety of viewpoints to enjoy the serene gardens surrounding the property. Further benefits include a plant room, which is where the renewable energy production of the property happens, as well as triple glazing providing the correct year-round temperature, integrated Venetian blinds and individually controlled temperate and lighting settings throughout the house.

Mon Bel is a magnificent 15,000 sq. ft country home that combines the beauty of traditional Jersey architecture with contemporary living. It is a rare opportunity to purchase a brand-new house with its timeless and elegant facades, spacious interiors and impeccable specifications, together with almost 25 vergees of agricultural land.

The large kitchen and dining area are extended with a beautiful period style orangery that opens out to an extensive terrace, heated swimming pool and landscaped gardens. There is a range of additional reception rooms, a home cinema and gym, and garaging.

The five bedroom suites ensure plenty of space for all the family, while a self-contained two-bedroom unit with kitchen and bathroom facilities meets the needs of staff or guests.

6. Bossington, Kent, 12 bedrooms

This beautiful Grade II Listed residence is surrounded by 3.45 acres of gardens, grounds and paddock. In 2005, a superb renovation and conservation project was undertaken to restore, extend and enhance the property to provide a truly luxurious home.

As you sweep through the electronic wrought iron gates onto the long, tree-lined driveway you glimpse the Flemish gables and mellow brick facade that gives the house such charm and character.

Bossington House is built around a beautiful courtyard that you can view and access from the impressive orangery/breakfast room with its large archway through to the contemporary country-style kitchen. There are three offices, a snooker room, a gym, changing rooms, a covered recreation/al fresco dining area and an outdoor barbecue and terrace surrounding the heated swimming pool.

Sweeping lawns surround the property interspersed with trees and shrubs together with flower borders, a walled kitchen garden, a 1.75-acre paddock and the gravel frontage providing off-road parking for numerous vehicles.

7. Cascais, Portugal, 17 bedrooms

Built in 1873 and classified in 2012 as a monument of public interest, this unique mansion is a historic property of Cascais. Set over four floors, with unique features and an extraordinary location on the bay of Cascais, just 20 minutes from Lisbon, this palace has fabulous panoramic views of the bay of Cascais and the Atlantic Ocean.

8. Hermanus, South Africa, 14 bedrooms

Offering exclusive and peaceful living on this 27.4-hectare estate, this property offers both a designer home and a professionally managed, award-winning wedding venue and conference centre. Accommodation is complemented further by two large and luxurious three-bedroom cottages.

Situated at the edge of the Cape’s Floristic Region and offering unsurpassed vistas of mountains and vineyards, the estate is substantial in size and presentation. Mountain Villa is a statement of exemplary, elegant and modern living. It is a family home that illustrates architectural flair, quality and craftsmanship, immaculate taste and impeccable style.

The highlights include a dazzling entrance with a walkway across an impressive water feature, high ceilings, an outdoor Jacuzzi, an indoor sauna and a bespoke, built-in, glass-fronted Vinotheque to house and display a connoisseur's wine collection.

Large expanses open from the living and dining areas to the vast outdoor entertainment areas, maximising alfresco living opportunities benefiting from the fabulous valley and mountain views.

9. Ealing, London, 7 bedrooms

This impressive, detached house is located in a sought-after neighbourhood in Ealing. The unique property was designed in 1888 by renowned local architect, Leonard Shuffrey, and has since achieved Grade II Listed status on account of its remarkable features, including Dutch gables and the magnificent Cedar tree in the front garden.

The property benefits from a carriage-style driveway, in addition to its garage, providing ample private parking space for multiple cars. The rear of the house features an expansive 160-foot garden, which includes an outbuilding and a conservatory for ample leisure and storage space.

10. Bedfordview, South Africa, 6 bedrooms

This magnificent home is for the connoisseur who loves to entertain. Much thought and planning has gone into this Titanic-inspired home as each room, with its own delicate touch, brings something different to the overall story of this property.

The property consists of two separate abodes which are joined by a very impressive bridge with a 15m high tower. The first abode includes five bedrooms, four living areas, a kitchen, wine cellar, office, study, indoor heated swimming pool, outdoor swimming pool and indoor Jacuzzi. It also benefits from a retractable roof.

The second, most impressive part of the property consists of a 50-seater restaurant with a full kitchen, a cigar lounge, sushi bar, DJ booth, bar, cinema room, multipurpose football pitch, Jacuzzi, sauna, guest suite with kitchen, lounge, bedroom and bathroom, and more.

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