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For Sale: Mallorca's Hidden Estate

S'Estaca Estate is a hidden gem located on the Spanish island of Mallorca. The property consists of 7 units which includes 5 apartments, a loft, and 2 private cottages for a total accommodation of 20 people including children and staff. The property is located on the outskirts of Valldemossa, a beautiful village in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. It has 247 acres (100 hectares) with direct access to the sea through a small village at the bottom of the property. Amenities include media room/home theatre, outdoor kitchen, staff quarters, wine cellar, library, heated outdoor pool, and a games room.

Jackie Kennedy's Childhood Home, Merrywood, Listed for $49.5M

The estate was built in 1919 by Newbold Noyes, owner and associate editor of the Washington Star newspaper. The two-storey Georgian mansion, surrounded by terraced gardens, originally boasted 46-acres of virgin land when it was purchased from the Noyes' estate in 1930, by Hugh D. Auchincloss II, a Standard Oil heir most famous for being the step-father of Jackie O.

Merrywood is one of the finest estates in Virginia. Situated in the affluent neighbourhood of McLean, just northwest of Washington D.C., the current estate has 7 sprawling acres overlooking the Potomac River. 

The Most Expensive Home In America

Listed at $200,000,000 by Hilton & Hyland, The Manor is one of the greatest properties in the US possibly the world. The mansion sits on nearly 5 acres in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles.

Built in 1988 for the most prolific television producer Aaron Spelling at a cost of $12 million and designed by James Langenheim & Associates, the home is in the French chateau-style and is the largest home in Los Angeles County. The Current owner is British heiress Petra Stunt, daughter of Formula 1 racing magnate Bernie Ecclestone. Petra purchased the home for $85 million at the age of 23. She has since carried out renovations to modernize the home.

The Stunning British Estate Hackwood Park

Price upon Request but we're guessing somewhere north of $40 million. Sotheby's describes the residence as one telling the history of England "through its incarnation from Royal deer park, to hunting lodge, to grand aristocratic residence welcoming great political characters."

The main gates are historically protected and classified as Grade II listed ornate wrought iron gates. Driving down the main road you're surrounded by grazing pastures for sheep and deer. The property falls under various heritage designations with the Mansion classified as Grade II and the botanical parklands classified Grade I dating back to the eighteenth century designed by Charles Bridgeman and James Gibbs.