We are excited to welcome Eric Rogan, a third generation native of Albemarle County, to the Frank Hardy team!
Having spent his formative years living in Free Union and later in the Rugby Avenue neighborhood in Charlottesville, Eric was able to enjoy all that the area had to offer.
From dirt biking and canoeing in the scenic countryside to walking on the downtown mall or across the UVA campus, Eric’s experiences as a youth created a deep connection to the area.
After attending St. Anne’s Belfield, Eric graduated from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY in 2002. In 2005, Eric designed and built his home in Free Union, sparking interests in carpentry, stonemasonry and property management. Eric spent the majority of the next decade as a freelance carpenter before starting Rogan Custom Contracting, LLC in 2014. Since, Rogan Custom Contracting has been performing projects of all scales including new home construction, additions, remodels, site development, and subdividing properties. Additionally, working in construction has led to a network of reliable professionals including property surveyors, structural engineers, suppliers and contractors.
These experiences have prepared Eric for a career in real estate as he is uniquely qualified to make comprehensive home and property evaluations. With Eric at your service, buyers and sellers can be comfortable knowing that they have a knowledgeable, trustworthy agent to facilitate their goals. In his free time, Eric is likely to be working on his properties, biking or hiking with his wife and boys, attending UVA sports, or pursuing his ongoing love of golf.
Meet Mark – the newest addition to the stellar Frank Hardy team!
Mark is a lifelong Virginian. A native of the Shenandoah Valley, he moved to Charlottesville to attend the University of Virginia, graduating with a degree in Media Studies.
Charmed by the lifestyle Charlottesville provides, Mark made the city his permanent home and has now lived in the area for a decade. Prior to real estate, he worked in the arts and nonprofit sectors, aiming to help sustain the amenities that make Charlottesville so special.
Mark has a deep knowledge of Central and Western Virginia, the intricacies of both areas and their markets. He is dedicated to identifying clients’ specific needs and providing the highest level of service, whether they are first-time homebuyers, purchasing an investment property, or looking to downsize.
Mark uses his calm demeanor and area expertise to achieve his ultimate goal of making the home buying process smooth and enjoyable.
In the late 1800s Manhattan, the concept of cooperative living—multiple families sharing one building—was a novelty, yet a group of developers who hit on the idea determined to move forward with it. They hired New Jersey–based architect George W. DaCunha to design an arresting Queen Anne–style building overlooking Gramercy Park, whose gates have, since 1844, been openable only by neighborhood residents in possession of a key. His ornate affair, completed in 1883, was a masterwork of redbrick, with terra cotta, brownstone, polished granite, and carved foliate accents; a mansard roof; and three of the city’s first hydraulic elevators.
In its early days, the building was home to some of New York’s socially prominent families, and by the time of its 75th anniversary, had beckoned to such Hollywood icons as James Cagney and Margaret Hamilton. Ultimately, the building and its concept would survive early skeptics, going on to be known as a distinguished paradigm of the cooperative model. No expense has been spared in the meticulous maintenance of the building over its nearly 140-year lifespan. To this day the foyer retains elements of 19th-century charm—such as stained glass, mahogany woodwork, and leaded- and beveled-glass doors—although the original elevators have been replaced.
Add to the list of luminary residents comedian, actor, singer, writer, and “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon, who began purchasing space in the building in the early 2000s and over the ensuing years—alongside producer Nancy Juvonen, his wife—combined four apartments on three levels into one home of impressively generous scale and delightfully whimsical and vibrant style. Throughout its 4,950 square feet—a rarity on Gramercy Park outside townhouse living—vintage elements have been painstakingly maintained and restored, perfectly harmonizing with superior fixtures and finishes, contemporary comforts and conveniences, and state-of-art smart technology, from lighting to audiovisual systems.
Occupying the seventh, eighth, and ninth floors of the building’s southwest corner, the home is appointed to the hilt with antiques and imaginative finds from around the world. In the colorful living room, 1940s wallpaper and Brooklyn Navy Yard woodwork endure alongside such modern amenities as an in-ceiling projector. In addition to an oversized island with plentiful storage and sitting space, custom cabinetry with E.R. Butler & Co. hardware, and top-caliber appliances, the cheerful kitchen features a gas fireplace with its original mantel and a walk-in soundproofed pantry.
A classical staircase unites the public spaces with the private quarters—six restful and uniquely appointed bedrooms. Perched at the top is the owner’s suite, a skylit oasis boasting a gas fireplace, a wet bar, a sitting area, a bath with a separate steamshower and soaking tub, and two well-outfitted walk-in closets. An intercom allows for easy communication between the home’s two enchanting and thoughtfully equipped playrooms.
On the eighth floor is the one-of-a-kind “saloon,” anchored by an antique bar that pays homage to the building’s provenance with its inlaid stained glass and intricate wood detailing. Striking ceiling beams and a dramatic stone fireplace contribute to a feeling of Old West warmth. Other highlights include a quiet office, a gym, and two convenient laundry rooms. Naturally, as has been the case since the earliest days of this innovative residential building, ownership conveys a coveted key to the park.
The dramatic, promontory-location home in Laguna Beach owned at one time by Hollywood legend Bette Davis surfaced on the open market this spring with an asking price of $19.995 million.
The French Normandy-style house, which was completed in 1929, is a registered historic place. From the tile of the entry landing, many of the details of the home appear to be original, or sensitive period-style choices. Highlights include leaded glass French casement windows, unfinished ceiling timber — in the dining room, the raw look gives a heavy coffered job a touch of rusticity — and a couple of fireplaces voiced in keeping with the French country style.
The master terrace, accessible through sliding glass doors, looks out imperiously over its domain; the room is smallish, but luxurious in its space by way of its steeply pitched cathedral ceiling and plentiful glass taking in vistas of the Pacific. The other bedrooms are as pleasingly individual, as are their companion baths; one boasts a step-in shower, another has a framed tub.
Sporting a black-and-white checkered border for its tile floor, the cottagey kitchen is a positive gem; modestly sized and tastefully designed, one gets the feeling Julia Child would have been happy cooking here. A media room, gym, and detached guest house are the primary amenities, along with a courtyard and a private staircase to the beach.
Davis’s career spanned more than 50 years. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress twice.
This month we’re excited to share some amazing properties. Whether you are looking for a newly built dream home in Keswick Estate or a hip city-living experience downtown, this roundup proves that Charlottesville and its surrounding areas can offer it all. Read on to discover your next home.
2571 Palmer Drive // Keswick, Virginia // Contact: Murdoch Matheson or Yates McCallum, Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty, 434.981.7439 or 434.296.0134
The details: 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 1 partial bathroom, 4,080 square feet, 2.7 acres What we love: Located in the highly desirable neighborhood of Keswick Estate, this striking home is situated on a 2.7 acre lot. Traditional interior layout features a spacious main level master off of the large light filled living/dining room and an eat-in kitchen that all surround a beautiful bluestone porch off the back. This inviting home designed by DGP architects and built by Element construction presents a modern adaptation of an English Country Manor.
The details: 5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 2 partial bathrooms, 5,455 square feet, 13.10 acres What we love: This serene waterfront retreat sits on over 13 acres of the North River on the Chesapeake Bay. The main residence is a classic Cape Cod style home, with stunning views throughout, gourmet kitchen with Subzero appliances and a breathtaking great room with soaring cathedral ceilings. Also located on the property is a large garage for storing boats, boat ramp, two boat lifts, gazebo, pool house and in-ground swimming pool.
The details: 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 partial bathroom, 4,296 square feet, 283 acres What we love: Sweet Iron Farm c. 1856 boasts historic charm with all the modern day conveniences of a luxury farm property. Completely renovated in 2020, this 283 acre estate is comprised of fenced pastures, two hayfields, multiple barns and a magnificent green house. Trails, streams, and mountain views, make this property an outdoorsman’s paradise.
2559 Palmer Drive // Keswick, Virginia // Contact: Murdoch Matheson or Yates McCallum, Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty, 434.981.7439 or 434.296.0134
The details: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 partial bathroom, 3,750 square feet, 2 acres What we love: Elegant design and inspired architectural details balanced with function deliver a magnificent contemporary home in Keswick Estate. A thoughtfully crafted floor plan features a main level master, laundry room, and study along with spacious secondary bedrooms upstairs. The open-concept with double height great room and entry hall transitions seamlessly between the indoor and outdoor spaces. Located on a 2 acre parcel just off the golf course, DGP architects and Element construction have delivered a Keswick Contemporary estate that exemplifies quality design and craftsmanship.
The details: 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 4,880 square feet, 43 acres What we love: Bon Aire c.1812 is a lovingly restored Federal residence. In addition to the three bedroom main house, the property also features a charming guest house, barn and other outbuildings, set on 43 acres of rolling countryside in Southern Nelson Country. This is a timeless property, in the heart of some of Virginia’s most picturesque countryside.
Marrach – 862 Stevens Road // Troutville, Virginia // Contact: Conor Murray, Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty, 434.964.7100
The details: 3 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 3 partial bathrooms, 7,963 square feet, 46.73 acres What we love: This alluring French Chateau-style, custom-built home sits on 46+ acres of pastoral countryside. With an expansive stone patio overlooking a five acre pond and 180 degrees unobstructed views, the home features an upgraded copper roof, reclaimed timber beams, a gourmet kitchen, and wet bar.
As travelers know, the anticipation of a vacation is part of the experience. Whether exploring a new country or returning to a beloved spot, planning and researching a trip gives the imagination the opportunity to roam free. While travel may be paused for the time being, there’s no limit on daydreaming. As your mind wanders across borders, let these six beautiful homes for rent around the world pique your interest.
If a snowy wonderland sets the scene for your perfect vacation, plan to head for the hills—the French Alps to be exact—to enjoy all the comforts of this seven-bedroom chalet. Having played host to the 1992 Albertville Olympics, Méribel is a picturesque ski resort with no shortage of challenging slopes. After spending your day in the fresh mountain air, come home to the cozy yet luxurious chalet and take your ease in the 22-seat cinema or the wellness center with pool, sauna, steam bath, hot tub, and massage and relaxation lounges.
While Ibiza may be known for its nightlife, it also offers the best of Mediterranean living. Renting this sleek and modern villa guarantees your access to endless ocean views while lounging poolside amongst the property’s manicured grounds. Nearby is Ibiza Town, where visitors can experience the historical charm of the Old Town, and indulge in high-end shopping, traditional tapas, and fine dining in the New Town.
There are myriad reasons to visit London: the history, architecture, and culture are just a few. With so much to experience, consider renting this contemporary Tower Hill residence for prime access to all the sights the city has to offer. The building blends the past and present as the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority, though completely updated with bespoke furniture and finishings. For a more historical perspective, the residence is situated next to the Tower of London fortress and palace, built almost 1,000 years ago.
Find this tranquil penthouse rental nestled in the hills just outside of Santiago, where guests can wake to views of the Andes Mountains. There are plenty of reasons to visit Chile’s capital city, from the thriving local cuisine to the surrounding natural wonders to the dynamic modern art and design scene. Guests can see elements of this contemporary design carried throughout the property, and appreciate the incorporation of beautiful natural materials firsthand.
Imagining a holiday at Amandara, a seaside villa on the island of St. Martin is easy work. The Caribbean property for rent has incredible panoramic ocean views whether you’re relaxing inside the bright and airy villa, lounging on the extensive glass-enclosed patio, floating in the infinity pool, or bathing in one of the inviting outdoor tubs. When you’re not stretched out on the sands of the adjacent beach, head to the nearby capital of Marigot to peruse the vibrant markets and boutique shops, or head to Grand Case to taste renowned French cuisine.
For serenity and style amidst natural beauty, this award-winning Aspen Grove lodge sets a high standard. Known for its incredible scenery, Queenstown draws adventure seekers for exhilarating activities including bungee jumping, skydiving, and whitewater rafting. If remaining firmly grounded is more your style, relax in the lodge’s lap pool, spa, and sauna, and gather around the outdoor fireplace while soaking in the soothing mountain and lake views.
Regardless of the type of holiday, you’re dreaming about—a ski retreat, beach vacation, cosmopolitan excursion, or mountain escape—these six properties for rent provide all the comfort and conveniences to ensure an unforgettable stay. Keep these destinations top of mind, and when it’s time to travel again, you’ll have just the spot.
This 530 acre Estate is perfect for the Virginia Sportsman! This multifaceted property functions as a family home hosting sporting and social events, as well as a thriving diversified business.
Historically known for its shooting events, Highbrighton promotes active wildlife and game. In addition, Highbrighton is well positioned to accommodate significant wedding celebrations.
A historic registered landmark, this two-story brick house has an open-plan library with a wood burning fireplace and a bar area with a small kitchenette. The second floor has a master bedroom with in-suite bathroom with a steam/sauna shower. There is a guest bedroom also with an in-suite bathroom. The Pool House has a gracious porch which is facing the estate’s forty-five-foot lap pool.
The Carriage House
The Carriage House is a two-bedroom cottage located on the second floor of the building with views of the surrounding countryside. A tastefully appointed master bedroom and guest bedroom together with an open plan living area, a full kitchen and dining area. With its high ceilings and natural light make these accommodations ideal.
The historic cabin high on a hill at the estate has unparalleled views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a stunning pond in the foreground. It features an open living area decorated with hunting memorabilia transporting guests back to days gone by.
The Cottage, Now completely restored and refurbished, it is perfect for families or guests looking to stay longer at Highbrighton. The Cottage features a master bedroom with in-suite bathroom and waterfall shower. There are two smaller guest rooms both graciously appointed and welcoming. A large living area and dining room with fully-equipped, modern kitchen complete the house.
Barns and Buildings
In addition to a 3-stall stable with fenced paddocks and run in sheds, There are several machine barns and a 6 car detached garage and woodworking shop.
Pete Davidson Picks Up Bachelor Pad in New York for $1.2M
SNL cast member Pete Davidson is the new owner of this condo on Staten Island. The 1,592 sq. ft. unit is located in a waterfront mid-rise. Davidson paid $1.2 million for it, according to public records.
The residence contains two bedrooms and two and one-half baths. Highlights of its interiors include plank oak floors, a waterfall kitchen island with a quartz top, and a pleasingly broad variety of tones that balances neutrals with more expressive cool and warm colors. The master features a bath with a spa tub.
The little terrace is where Davidson will likely be spending much of his time in the next few months, of course; it offers fine bay and city views, and can be accessed from the master bedroom.
The building’s amenities list includes a lounge, a fitness center, grilling stations, and a children’s playground.
Davidson co-wrote and starred in the 2020 feature film standout The King of Staten Island. His upcoming projects include The Suicide Squad, which also stars Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, Sylvester Stallone, and Viola Davis.
Listed with Anthony Volpe of Laird Klein Sotheby’s International Realty.
Tom Green Makes Quick Work of $2.3M Hollywood Hills Perch
Actor Tom Green is selling his secluded Hollywood Hills home for $2.3 million. The two-bedroom, two-bath, buttress-supported house appeared on the open market just a few days ago; it features a courtyard pool area, and a balcony and glass-walled open-concept living area overlooking dramatic city views.
The 1952-built single-level home’s interiors measure in at 2,195 sq. ft. It boasts a shed ceiling which, together with the blazing white paint, lend the shared living space a clean, midcentury look. A corner fireplace with a raised hearth, a bank of diamond-shaped built-in shelves, and skylights also distinguish the common area. The home boasts a galley kitchen—always a cozy touch, and in this case enhanced with honey-toned cabinetry with frosted glass panels.
The outside living area’s a gem, and accessible from large sliding glass doors in the master and many of the living spaces. It’s designed around a deck with a covered fire pit, and a slate-floored semi-courtyard with an angular pool that’s nicely defined, in part, by a retaining wall. A recreation room in the home is essentially a guest suite, with a second kitchen and a shower in its layout.
Listed with Robin Mitchell of Wish Sotheby’s International Realty.
Tom Cruise Lists 320-Acre Colorado Retreat for $39.5M
The alpine estate of actor Tom Cruise is back on the market this month. The property last appeared in 2014, when it was priced at $59 million. At $39 million, the Colorado retreat may well find a buyer quickly.
The property occupies a 320-acre niche in Telluride. According to the Wall Street Journal, the luxury real estate market in the Rocky Mountain resort city is booming a new gold rush, with city-dweller transplants moving into town en masse.
The 2014 listing photos showed the property to great effect—it hit the market in October, and autumn in Telluride, with its surfeit of splendid scenery, was a painterly backdrop for the luxuriously expansive and versatile estate. But the property went off the market without seeing sale or price cut. A listing agent quoted by the Wall Street Journal opined that Cruise wasn’t quite ready to part ways with it, so he may’ve been testing the waters.
Coming in at a mile in length, the driveway presages the scale of the estate. The remoteness of the spot is magnified by the federally owned lands that surround it, and all in all this is a getaway property for the active sort, with miles of hiking trails.
The main house on the property was custom built for Cruise. It measures about 10,000 sq. ft., and features plentiful stone and cedar in its build. The main living area is anchored by a majestic stone fireplace, one of many in the home. A three-bedroom guest house completes a first look at an extraordinary opportunity in Telluride.
Cruise’s films have grossed over $10 billion worldwide. His upcoming projects include Top Gun: Maverick, due out in July, and Mission: Impossible 7, scheduled for release in November.
Listed with Eric Lavey & Dan Dockray of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
This month we’re bringing you a collection of dream domiciles in some of Charlottesville’s best neighborhoods as well as several charming properties just outside of town. From a historic landmark that used to be the homestead of a Founding Father, to a Blue Ridge beauty made for those that love to entertain, read on to discover your next home.
The details: 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 1 partial bathroom, 3,702 square feet, 530 acres What we love: Nestled away on 530 acres of private Virginia countryside, this Georgian-style equestrian estate was formally known for its storied shooting events. The manor house boasts charming characteristics including original flooring, fireplaces in nearly every room, and a year round screened porch, overlooking the garden. In addition to the main living quarters, Highbrighton includes a pool house, renovated carriage house, cabin, guest house, three-stall stable, woodworking shop and 6 car garage.
The details: 5 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms, 2 partial bathrooms, 15,000 square feet, 10.5 acres What we love: Mountain views abound in this stunning Blue Ridge retreat set on 10 acres of picturesque land. Custom finishes can be seen throughout, including a show stopping stone fireplace in the great room. A wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, and full banquet space make this home the perfect residence for those that love to entertain.
9071 Maple Lawn Lane // Rapidan, Virginia // Contact: Cathy Marco, Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty, 540.229.3031
The details: 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 1 partial bathroom, 4,360 square feet, 13.53 acres What we love:Significant renovations and updates to this historic manor house built in c.1799 has brought it up to modern times. In addition to the lovely home, the property includes a guest house, storage building, detached office, pool, tennis court and three-car garage. With gracious lawns and garden spaces, this home epitomizes the elegance of country living in Virginia.
0 Springdale Drive // Keswick, Virginia // Contact: Frank Hardy, Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty, 434.296.0134
The details: 3 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, 1,514 square feet, 60 acres What we love: An equestrian paradise, this 60 acre property features an exceptional barn, farmhouse and 19 paddocks. Mountain views and gently rolling hills, set in highly desired Keswick, will make you feel miles away from city-living while being only a short drive from Charlottesville conveniences.
3470 Old Lynchburg Road // North Garden, Virginia // Contact: Murdoch Matheson, Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty, 434.981.7439
The details: 6 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 1 partial bathroom, 8,164 square feet, 52.72 acres What we love: Built in 1800, this historic property was once a Civil War general store. Renovated in 1996, the home now offers modern comfort, classic style, and the privacy of over 52 acres. The interior features antique beams and vaulted ceilings, five stone fireplaces, beautiful moldings, and historic details. The exterior and outdoor spaces include large porches, a bluestone courtyard, a private hot tub and sauna, and a nearby stream. Also found on the property are a guest house built as a music studio and a flexible indoor tennis facility/gym space, which could be utilized a number of ways.
The already-hot real estate market continues to heat up as temperatures rise, with many properties flying off the market almost as quickly as sellers can list. Here, we’ve rounded up seven incredible options that are not likely to be available for long—and in the spirit of warmer days ahead, this month’s offerings all share something in common: spectacular outdoor spaces that are ready for gathering or relaxing. From a grand abode in Little Rock, Arkansas, to a French-style manor in Far Hills, New Jersey, take a tour of some truly unique listings.
201 Cardinal Rest // Nellysford, Virginia // Contact: Ann Hay Hardy, Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty, 202.297.0228
The details: 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, 15,000 square feet, 10.5 acres Features we love: Mountain views abound in this stunning Blue Ridge retreat set on more than 10 acres of picturesque land. Custom finishes can be seen throughout, including a show-stopping stone fireplace in the great room. A wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, and full banquet space make this home the perfect residence for those who love to entertain.
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
4 Longwood Road // Little Rock, Arkansas // Contact: Brady Harp, Jon Underhill Real Estate, 501.580.4277
The details: 6 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half bathrooms, 8,885 square feet, 5 acres Features we love: The exterior of this remarkable house is every bit as appealing as the well-appointed interior. Ideal for the homeowner who appreciates architectural grandeur, this home boasts soaring ceilings and 27 French doors that let the light in. Formal and informal spaces throughout make it equally suited for entertaining large groups and comfortable family living.
The details: 3 bedrooms, 3 full and 1 half bathrooms, 4,400 square feet, 2.04 acres Features we love: Golf lovers rejoice: this property is located just one mile from Augusta National and across the street from the Augusta Country Club. A striking coastal Mediterranean exterior opens to a sun-drenched and stately open floor-plan interior. Meanwhile, the covered wraparound patio and custom-built outdoor kitchen overlook a pristine and expansive tree-lined lawn.
FAR HILLS, NEW JERSEY
159 Pennbrook Road // Far Hills, New Jersey // Contact: Gerry-Jo Cranmer, Turpin Realtors, 908.400
The details: 6 bedrooms, 9 full and 1 half bathrooms, 10,588 square feet, 10 acres Features we love: The impressive interior of this breathtaking French-style manor features a chef’s kitchen with granite countertops, top-of-the-line appliances, and large kitchen island. Outside at this family-friendly estate, the immaculately manicured grounds include a four-stall horse barn, tennis court, and large swimming pool.
HILL COUNTRY, TEXAS
413 Winding Way // Hill Country Village, Texas // Contact: Jo Lewis, Phyllis Browning Co., 210.884.3388
The details: 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, 7,980 square feet, 3.75 acres Features we love: Nestled in the highly desirable Hill Country Village township, a sought after enclave of San Antonio, this wooded property offers a peaceful respite, complete with multiple spacious living areas, a media room, and a game room. Outdoor living is made easy with well-kept grounds, a dedicated sports court, pool, spa, custom stone patio, and outdoor kitchen.
The details: 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half bathrooms, 48753 square feet, 1.12 acres Features we love: Eco-conscious buyers will appreciate the energy-efficient updates at this move in-ready luxury home, including a geothermal heating and cooling system and improved insulation. Potential owners will also be impressed by the generous outdoor living spaces, which include an outdoor kitchen/dining area, fireplace, gunite pool, and fountain—all protected by a buzz-free mosquito system.
PARK CITY, UTAH
800 Hollyhock Street // Park City, Utah // Contact: Paul Benson, Engel & Volkers Park City, 435.640.7441
The details: 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 1 half bathrooms, 6,124 square feet, 1.32 acres Features we love: Situated on the 7th hole of Glenwild golf course, this property is a true oasis just a short drive from downtown Park City. Striking views of Deer Valley and the Wasatch Mountains can be enjoyed through floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the home. A snow sport-lovers paradise, the abode comes complete with ski lockers, boot warmers, and a heated driveway.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
8627 Terra Dale // San Antonio, Texas // Contact: Jo Lewis, Phyllis Browning Co., 210.884.3388
The details: 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half bathrooms, 6,104 square feet, 1.08 acres Features we love: This custom built two-story home features plenty of desirable upgrades and details. Master masonry, hand-hewn woodwork, exposed beams, and a rotunda entry make for a breathtaking impression upon entry, while the magnificent primary suite boasts a spa-like bathroom and custom walk-in closet fit for royalty.