Sotheby’s International Realty

21 September 2016

Some luxury real estate lovers demand to have a pool, while others prefer a stunning deck. Music lovers would rather have a dedicated space to immerse themselvesĀ in music at any time.

From a modern studio in San Francisco to an elegant space in Houston, explore five eclectic music room designs:

1 of 5 | Sprawling Tribeca Penthouse

1 of 5 | Sprawling Tribeca Penthouse

At 5,000 square feet, this New York City penthouse gives you an extremely quaint reprieve? from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan Island. Located in the coveted Tribeca area, the property has two levels with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a lot of heart. If you need a little room to breathe without going out into the city, you can sip a cup of morning coffee on the oversized private roof terrace, where you will be treated to views of brilliant architecture all around. A music room makes this the perfect home for any urban dweller.

$18,750,000 |140 Franklin Street, PH A, New York, NY 1001311968

 

2 of 5 | San Francisco World-Class Compound

2 of 5 | San Francisco World-Class Compound

San Francisco boasts one of the more legendary cultures in the country, and music certainly plays a major role. This massive 11-acre compound, with more than 13,000 square feet of interior space, boasts everything from a music room and fitness center to architectural design from renowned figure Slim van der Ryn. This type of property only comes but once in a lifetime.

$29,000,000 | Corte Madera, CA 94925

 

3 of 5 | Los Angeles Architectural Masterpiece

3 of 5 | Los Angeles Architectural Masterpiece

This Los Angeles architectural masterpiece is as contemporary as it is serene. Inside, soaring ceilings complement extravagant grand hallways and five stunning rooms. When you are ready to bask in the tunes, a light-filled open floor plan will await you.

$3,275,000 | 415 N Martel Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036

 

4 of 5 | Spectacular Tuscan Estate in Montecito

4 of 5 | Spectacular Tuscan Estate in Montecito

Nestled in a more than 7-acre plot, this Santa Barbara estate spans 18,000 square feet in the interior. Make no mistake – while the Graholm Estate was built in 1918, it is anything but dated. The eight bedrooms, kitchen, living rooms and other areas have all been tastefully remodeled and restored to ensure that you are living as comfortably as possible in this legendary abode. Vaulted ceilings, seven fireplaces, two gigantic wine cellars and a range of balconies and terraces make this a one-of-a-kind property. The music room is an entertainer’s paradise.

$23,500,000 | 985 Hot Springs Road, Montecito, CA 93108

 

5 of 5 | Houston Elegant Estate

5 of 5 | Houston Elegant Estate

Houston has a terrific music scene, as well as a unique one, as the Lone Star State greets visitors to such eclectic and unique combinations of sounds. Living in this 6,800-square-foot home, which has another 5,000 square feet of land outside, will give you the perfect home base if you truly enjoy music. With a luxurious master suite, custom ceilings, mahogany paneling and countless other aesthetic draws, this home has all you could ever want – including a music room.

$3,995,000 | 3616 Ella Lee Lane, Houston, TX 77027