By Linsey Stonchus
Whether you’d like to be near town, waterfront, or within a resort, we’ve selected something for everyone in our round up of four idyllic second homes in locations that range from Indonesia to Tennessee.
Montagnola, Switzerland | Fr 14,000,000
Facing the lakefront in Montagnola, Switzerland, this stunning estate is not just modern in its design – it includes a comprehensive smart home system, allowing residents to adjust the environment from a remote control. For days on the lake, the residence also features a boathouse for ease of access. Web ID: NDGA
Walland, Tennessee, USA | US $7,000,000
Within the gated, world-class resort of Blackberry Farm in East Tennessee, sits this exquisite property, designed by architect C.S. Harrop Architects and Avrea and Company. Beyond the proximity to resort features, the home itself offers its own recreation. From the interior, enjoy the game room, wet bar and temperature-controlled wine cellar. Meanwhile, the exterior promises the best of outdoor living, with two grilling stations, refrigerator, built-in cabinetry, wood-burning fireplace, heaters and remote screen. Web ID: RZOK
Reno, Nevada, USA | US $4,650,000
Called the Aerie, this iconic estate in Reno, Nevada is built in harmony with the land by architect Joel Sherman. Its elevated position lends itself to capturing sweeping views of the Truckee River corridor and downtown city lights. Between the home’s exceptional design and proximity to city, residents are offered countless ways to stay entertained. Web ID: LJEK
Kuta, Indonesia | Rp 11,200,000,000
A gorgeous villa surrounded by luscious tropical gardens in Kuta, Indonesia, the warm weather can be enjoyed from the pool, gazebo or barbeque areas. While nearby, one can explore the local world-class restaurants and boutique shops. Web ID: IIUF
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