By, Linsey Stonchus
Vitamin D is crucial to a person’s overall well-being, offering significant benefits for both mental and physical health. We put together a list of some of the best homes worldwide that embrace indoor-outdoor living to maximize your time in the sun.
BEVERLY HILLS, CA, USA | US $37,950,000
A modern and glamorous three-story Beverly Hills home with a fantastic kitchen opens to an expansive terrace, running the length of the estate’s view-facing façade. Additional features include a smart home technology system and 80-foot-long infinity pool.
PACIFIC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND | NZ $3,900,000
Built for privacy, this New Zealand property designed by renowned architect Graham Price captures splendid Giant Mountain and bay views. Taking the idea of an open floor plan quite literally, the main living area opens to terraces on both sides of the home.
GREEN POINT, CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA | R19,900,000
This industrial loft style home in Cape Town, Africa offers climatic 180-degree views of the Atlantic Seaboard and city sights. Stone tile helps transition the indoor and outdoor living spaces. The interior’s floor-to-ceiling glass windows and slide-away doors look to a terrace with pool, built-in braai and bar.
GRAND BAY, MAURITIUS | Rs25,000,000
This tropical penthouse in Mauritius features an outstanding terrace wrapping around the entirety of the floor and maximizing both light and sights. Enjoy both the vibrancy of Grand-Bay and the beach, all within walking distance from this home.
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