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  • Karen Cakebread

Clinton, Montana


SETTING: On 1,396 deeded acres with creek frontage in a private valley in the Rocky Mountains, 40 minutes from Missoula

HOME: The Valley of the Moon Ranch includes a 10,300-square-foot owner’s residence, a guesthouse, and an art gallery, all designed by the Argentine architect Emilio Ambasz. The main home contains five bedrooms, an indoor pool, and an immense foyer with a cathedral ceiling

PRICE: $12.5 million

INQUIRIES: Bill McDavid,
Hall and Hall, 406.542.3762, hallhall.com

Cap-d’Ail, France


SETTING: On the French Riviera, just outside Monaco and overlooking Monte Carlo and the Mediterranean Sea

HOME: Château Malet, built in 1896, was designed by Hans-Georg Tersling, the Danish architect who also was responsible for Monte Carlo’s Hotel Metropole. Highlights of the 10,764-square-foot villa include an Italianate ballroom replete with a ceiling fresco 49 feet above the dance floor. Two caretakers’ houses stand at the entrance of the gated estate, which also boasts a pool house, five bedrooms, staff quarters,
and more than 14 acres of gardens

PRICE: €75 million (about $102 million)

INQUIRIES: David Stanley, Emile Garcin Properties, 657.203.4850, www.emilegarcin.com

Greenwich, Connecticut


SETTING: On 10 acres in ­Conyers Farm, a 1,500-acre gated community that is home to the Greenwich Polo Club

HOME: Scaled for stateliness, this English-style manor house has 17,112 square feet of formal and informal living space, with eight bedrooms that include a master suite with a private terrace. An indoor pool-and-sauna area offers a retreat during Northeastern winters, while an outdoor pool and tennis court beckon in warmer months

PRICE: $18.5 million

INQUIRIES: Brian Milton, Houlihan Lawrence, 914.469.9889, www.houlihanlawrence.com


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