I like this show and hope Bravo keeps it. The host is very nice and seeing all these homes is wonderful. Not just the decor but the landscape and property values is good information too. Bravo well done with this show.
Last night’s Property Envy took viewers from an ocean-side getaway to a sprawling Florentine villa to a peaceful lake estate. Now we want to know your opinion. Survey the properties from last night's show in our gallery, read the descriptions below, then take our poll to let us know your favorite property from last night’s episode.
The Wave House (Goleta, CA)
Situated on one acre, this surf-side retreat stretches 80-feet along the ocean shore, and features a private beach. The architecture of this 1,100-square-foot property was inspired by the ocean waves, and certain rooms in the home were built to amplify the sound of the crashing surf. The two-bed, one-bath home features a three-story one-bedroom guest tower with an observation deck. For $2.45M, this home can be yours.
Villa Lauriston (Portola Valley, CA)
This 1920s Florentine villa features a whopping 20 rooms, and sits on 28 acres of impeccably manicured gardens. The 16,000-square-foot home boasts a formal music room that seats 100, and a private 600-vine vineyard. The nine-bedroom, 8.5-bath estate is valued at $15.88M.
Candlewood (New Fairfield, CT)
Overlooking Candlewood Lake, this old-school Victorian gingerbread house has six-beds, seven-baths, a gym, sauna, tennis courts, and basketball courts. And if that isn’t enough, the 13-acre lake estate also boasts a gourmet kitchen featuring four cast-iron-stove ovens, valued at $20,000. The six-bed, seven-bath property can be yours for $9M.
Now we want to know your pick! Take our poll and let us know which property you like best!