Coast to coast and in between, these recently listed luxury properties are strong on selling points.
The renowned Spanish architect Rafael Manzano Martos created Hacienda de la Paz—his only project in the United States—in the Rolling Hills gated community. The 51,000-square-foot estate took 17 years to build and was completed in 2008. Adobe walls and 800-year-old flooring appear throughout the property’s nine bedrooms and 25 bathrooms. A hammam, a home theater, and a boccie court are among the amenities. Tennis enthusiasts will appreciate the red-clay tennis court, which was built to French Open standards. A second tennis court located indoors doubles as a neoclassical-themed ballroom. Available through Marcie Hartley, Hilton & Hyland, 310.691.5950, www.marciehartley.com
This 18,750-square-foot home offers direct ski access to Aspen Mountain and is within walking distance of the Ute Trail, a popular hiking spot, and downtown Aspen, the hub of the après-ski scene. The 2-year-old property offers seven bedrooms, seven full and four half bathrooms, a five-car garage, and a gourmet kitchen. Other highlights include a home theater, two elevators (one provides private access to the master bedroom), a bowling alley that doubles as a target range, a recreation room with an arcade and a billiards table, and an indoor pool and spa. Available through Joshua & Co., 970.925.8810, www.joshuaco.com
Completed in July, this 21,350-square-foot estate overlooks both the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway from an elevated 2.58-acre lot. Oversize windows offer commanding views throughout the eight-bedroom residence. Features and amenities include 11 bathrooms, an elevator, two fireplaces, a 20-car garage, and staff quarters. Outdoors, one pool is set against an ocean backdrop, while a second pool, a tennis court, and a boat dock are located on the Intracoastal Waterway side of the property. Available through Jim McCann, Corcoran Group Real Estate, 561.296.8720, www.corcoran.com