The most stunning real estate listings of 2019

The Week Staff

Miami. This four-bedroom Mediterranean home in Upper Morningside was built in 1930. The Spanish-influenced house has a tile roof, a tower entry, arched doorways, a chef's kitchen with tile walls, and a master suite with dressing room.

French doors lead out to a patio with a pool and water feature, and there's a one-bedroom guesthouse. $1,670,000. Nancy Batchelor, BHHS EWM Realty, (305) 903-2850.
Status: Sold

Big Sur, California. Mickey Muennig, architect of the Post Ranch Inn, designed this 1998 three-bedroom home near Pfeiffer Beach. The house, constructed of redwood, concrete, and steel, has radiant concrete floors, organic-shaped rooms, exposed beams, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.

The verdant 20-acre property includes an indoor/outdoor hot tub, a two-car garage with titanium doors, and a 7-kilowatt solar farm. $4,995,000. Bambace Peterson Team, Compass, (831) 200-3178.
Status: Reduced to $4,895,000

Minneapolis. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1951, the Frieda and Henry J. Neils House is on the National Register of Historic Places. The three-bedroom Usonian home has a jutting eave, red concrete floors with radiant heating, original built-ins of western larch, a great room with vaulted ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows facing Cedar Lake.

The 0.5-acre wooded property includes a carport, deck, patio, and lawn. $2,750,000. Julie Regan, Lakes Sotheby's International Realty, (952) 500-1939.
Status: Same

Bainbridge Island, Washington. Designed by ­Eggleston/Farkas Architects in 2005, this steel-frame, three-bedroom house is cantilevered above a historic bunker and is walking distance to Fort Ward Park. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, and the interior is finished in Brazilian cherry wood, travertine, blackened steel, and granite.

Outside are a deck and 1.5 wooded, landscaped acres. $1,738,000. Claudia Powers, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty, (206) 321-8124.
Status: Sold

Block Island, Rhode Island. Designed by Christopher H.L. Owen, this 1975 three-bedroom house received an American Institute of Architects award. The modern design features curves, a cantilevered deck, walls of windows with ocean and island views, and a living room with double-height ceilings and open layout.

The 3.2-acre property includes lawns, mature trees, and a stone patio. $1,825,000. Rosemary Tobin, Lila Delman Real Estate/­Christie's International Real Estate, (401) 741-1825.
Status: Reduced to $1,650,000

Atlanta. This 1920 Craftsman bungalow is near parks, shopping, transit, bike trails, and the Beltline. The three-bedroom, open-plan home features dark hardwood floors throughout and a kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances.

Outside are a covered front porch with a sitting area and a large fenced backyard ringed by mature trees. $330,000. Dustin Kimberley, Beacham and Co. Realtors, (470) 201-9056.
Status: Sold

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