The first installment of “In Tune: Musical Homes” takes us on a journey into some of the most captivating living spaces in search for piano rooms. Not just a timeless musical instrument spanning hundreds of years of relevancy, the piano comes in a multitude of sizes, colors and designs, making it as much of a visual statement as it is a musical one. Let’s take a moment to experience these exclusive spaces around the world.
Known as the “Thriller Villa,” this Las Vegas residence was once home to Michael Jackson and his family. Austere and opulent, this over 24,000-square-foot estate is fit for the musically inclined as it not only features a parlor space with a gilded piano, but also an acoustically “pitch perfect,” two-story Medieval chapel. Set on nearly two acres, this compound also features a 2,983-square-foot guest house.
Designed by two of Israel’s leading architects, this captivating Neo-Classical mansion is soaked in the beauty of its natural surroundings. Just off the main living and dining spaces, enjoy views of the vibrant green grounds while playing (or listening to) the brilliant white piano. Unique and private, this home is only 20 minutes from Tel Aviv.
This captivating Caribbean escape in Anguilla features over 9,000-square-feet of living space with unrivaled southern views of the neighboring island of St. Martin. Designed with comfort and relaxation in mind, the Villa CYB has a means of relaxation for all; whether it’s the waterfront hammocks, Jacuzzi with waterfall or large living room with a centerpiece piano, this property is outfitted for true tranquility.
High against the mountains and bordering the Helderberg Nature Reserve, this home in Western Cape is at the crossroads of European-influenced sophistication and traditional African warmth in its thatched elements. Designed for the entertainer, the piano bar is delightful and unexpected feature. Connected directly to the kitchen, the inviting installation welcomes the player to tickle the ivories in a refined and masterfully constructed setting.
Designed by renowned builder Kim Dressell, this Rastra constructed home in Santa Fe offers Sangre de Cristo Mountain views from many of its rooms. One of those rooms is the living room; perfect for entertaining, the bright space is large and accommodating with beautiful exposed beams, a fireplace and a baby grand piano.