LPI 5 in 5 February 2024: Standout properties for sale

From price records to architectural pedigree and one-of-a-kind amenities to big-name designers, Luxury Portfolio International members sell the best of the best luxury homes.

Join us as we highlight our top five listings for this month and learn about the significance of each.

1. Seafront villa in Chalkidiki

PRICE: €20,000,000 euros
LOCATION: Chalkidiki, Greece

This seaside villa in Halkidiki’s Lagomandra offers an exquisite Grecian escape with a rich array of amenities. Situated on a vast, over-1.5-acre plot, the property offers plenty of outdoor space for enjoying the surrounding natural beauty. A sprawling balcony overlooks a resort-style pool area.

2. Magical home with distinct island charm

PRICE: $3,850,000
LOCATION: West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

Published in a recent issue of Veranda magazine for its quintessential Palm Beach-chic interior decorating, this prized gem is situated on a premier water block. Nestled between two buildings is the most romantic courtyard with whispering vines, lush landscaping and an enchanting pool.

3. Villa Matilde

PRICE: Upon request
LOCATION: Torno, Italy

Design elements sourced from fine artisans add layers of visual interest in this notable Italian villa. A stone fireplace from the 16th century, the twin of which is displayed at the Poldi Pezzoli Museum in Milan, crowns the dining room. In the living room, a precious fireplace from the 17th century is crafted of old-rose, Sienese stone.

4. Cascade Park City

PRICE: $22,900,000
LOCATION: Park City, Utah, United States

Designed by world-renowned and internationally recognized architect Wallace Cunningham, this steel, concrete, glass and stone structure cascades artfully along the mountainside. It sits privately on 5.61 acres with views of the Park City mountains.

5. The Lodge at Hunters Creek

PRICE: $49,985,000
LOCATION: Houston, Texas, United States

The 22,000-square-foot main house that comprises The Lodge at Hunters Creek, inspired by Richardsonian Romanesque and English manor architecture, showcases red-iron-steel framing and Indiana limestone from the same quarry used to create such notable buildings as the Pentagon and the Empire State Building.