Posted on 1 Nov
Trade in the telescope, tent and sleeping bag for these heavenly homes that provide the perfect vantage point for stargazing and marveling at all the wonders of the universe.
Situated on ten acres of the world’s most beautiful coastline, this architectural tour de force represented by Paul Lester, Aileen Comora and Daniel Stevenson offers unobstructed views of the sea and sky. Floor-to-ceiling windows invite you to take in the Milky Way from the warmth and comfort of your living room, and from the second level’s wraparound terrace you get a breathtaking panoramic view of the heavens.
The collection of Caribbean villas at Karaya Blue were designed as part of a Dark Sky Sanctuary, which is internationally recognized as “private land with an exceptional or distinguished quality of starry nights and a nocturnal environment.” Shielded exterior lighting and ground-facing luminaries follow meticulous guidelines that, coupled with the peace of Turks & Caicos, ensure breathtaking views of the night sky. This exquisite listing is represented by Sean O’Neill and Zach Knapp.
On a private road overlooking Boney Ridge and Sandstone Peak, this 10-acre Malibu retreat features an idyllic backyard with a resort-style pool, barbecue, fire pit and gazebo for starting up at the cosmos. Represented by Alex Vichinksy, James Harris and David Parnes, the home features three bedrooms and beautiful views and natural light from every window, but the real highlight is the primary bedroom’s skylights and private outdoor jacuzzi, perfect for peaceful and romantic sunsets and evenings under the stars.
The spectacularly enchanting estate at 40288 Pine Bench Road sits 6,000 feet high on a private mountaintop, where you can practically kiss the sky while stargazing. Represented by Mauricio Umansky, Safia Lasman and Karen Morris, the secluded 50-acre compound boasts an elegant 16,000-square-foot main residence, caretaker’s home, barns, a private water source and solar panels, and is only one hour from LA, Palm Springs, Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead.