Spanish Style Homes

  • Blending Old and New Styles

    This new home melds the traditional Spanish Mission-style of the Beverly Hills flats with numerous modern touches--and sits within walking distance of luxurious Rodeo Drive.   See the Image

  • Making a Modern Entry

    Published 01/02/14 in Houses
    Making a Modern Entry

    There's nothing fussy or old fashioned about this clean, two-story entryway and grand staircase.   See the Image

  • Living Room: Spectacular Spanish-Style Estate in Palm Beach, Fla.

    The living room epitomizes the home’s Spanish-style glamour with an original rare Cuban tile floor, an imposing fireplace and a cypress-beamed ceiling.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Spectacular Spanish-Style Estate in Palm Beach, Fla.

    The residence perfectly blends classic Spanish architecture with all of the amenities of a modern estate. The entire house has been updated with custom hurricane impact doors and windows, new…   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Spectacular Spanish-Style Estate in Palm Beach, Fla.

    If Lord and Lady Grantham ever feel like vacationing somewhere warm, we invite them to this spectacular Spanish-style estate in Palm Beach. Built in 1925, the home’s dramatic main tower is five…   See the Image

  • Tis the season for hot chocolate and classic holiday movies. From A Christmas Story to Home Alone, bundle up because we're taking a neighborhood tour down memory lane. Take notes from the charming…   Read the Blog

  • Home Exterior: Spanish-Colonial Creole Cottage in New Orleans

    Built in 1825, this Spanish-Colonial Creole cottage is a rare find in the Big Easy. The home is set on one of the largest residential parcels in the French Quarter and features elegant gardens, a…   See the Image

  • 33. Irvine, $830,292

    Published 11/12/13 in Houses
    33. Irvine, $830,292

    Irvine is famous for being a planned community, and this home, listed at $839,000, is typical of what the Coldwell Banker report says is the nation's 33rd most expensive community in the U.S.   See the Image

  • La Maison des Nuages in Bel Air

    When the owners of La Maison des Nuages, Bel Air’s “House in the Clouds,” wanted to redesign their grand estate, nothing but the best would do. So they reached out to one of the world’s most…   Read the Article

  • La Maison des Nuages in Bel Air

    While the estate was built in the Spanish Colonial Revival style, the owners requested sophisticated interiors that were French Moderne from the 1930s and 1940s, while neither…   See the Image