Dating back to the 13th century, this stunning 13-bedroom estate has three vineyards, two pools and jaw-dropping views of the Mediterranean.
And with only 13 units, you may want to make a move quickly.
It’s not too late to escape the city.
Don’t let the dignified façade fool you.
The Scottish actor reportedly bought the villa around the time of his wedding in 1975.
The Mötley Crüe musician is asking $4.65 million for his eccentric Calabasas home.
The brand new 41,000-square-foot home comes with 21 bathrooms, a 20-car garage and no fewer than eight bars.
Built on a private peninsula overlooking Long Island Sound, the compound is elegance defined, and still just a short commute to Manhattan.
On Park Avenue, no less.