This week, we continue exploring the findings unveiled in the “Global Affluence: The Emerging Luxury Consumer” report. When it comes to purchasing a home, emerging luxury consumers are particularly interested in pursuing certain property lifestyles including waterfront, metropolitan and historic. Discover trending locations for these popular property lifestyles, based on data compiled from sothebysrealty.com.
The waterfront location with the highest year-over-year increase in search is New Hampshire.
$2,649,000 USD | Moultonborough, New Hampshire | Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty
Waterfront properties available in New Hampshire include this custom-built estate on Lake Winnipesaukee. The home includes 7,500 square-feet of living space, a 1,000-square-foot carriage house ideal for guests, 200 feet of shoreline and a deep-water U-shaped docking system.
The metropolitan location with the highest year-over-year increase in search is Denver, Colorado.
$2,299,000 USD | Denver, Colorado | LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Metropolitan properties available in Denver include this townhouse in the exclusive Riverfront Brownstones development. Located in Downtown Denver, the residence spans over 4,000 square-feet and features floor-to-ceiling windows, master suite with a private balcony, plenty of outdoor living space and an attached three-car garage.
The location for historic homes with the highest year-over-year increase in search is the Hudson Valley region of New York State.
$1,775,000 USD | Grandview, New York | Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty
Historic homes available in the Hudson Valley region of New York include this 19th-century cobblestone, craftsman-style estate. Known as “Willow Knoll,” the home was built in 1891 by Joseph Ellicott, the inventor of the air brake and first commodore of the Tappan Zee Yacht Club.
For more information on the confidence of emerging luxury consumers, download the complete “Global Affluence: The Emerging Luxury Consumer” report by clicking here.