6 Pricey Listings with Dining Rooms Worthy of Dazzling Thanksgiving Feasts
This holiday season, see what listings Sotheby’s International Realty has in store for those who love to wine and dine guests.
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New York, NY - Upper East Side
Listed for $22 million
Traditional elegance abounds at this full-floor NYC spread. Set on the Upper East Side, would you expect anything less? The enormous dining room has an airy feel with a garden motif thanks to the stunning walls. The six-bedroom home even looks out to Park Avenue, cementing it’s highly desirable and classic Manhattan location.Serena Boardman has the listing.
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New Rochelle, NY
Listed for $10.9 million
A 7,792-square-foot home along the Long Island Sound has a dining room that makes a splash. Waves adorn the walls, honoring the waterfront location in a delightfully literal way. Imagine giving your Thanksgiving décor a coastal twist and taking in the views here are you celebrate. The lower level with a movie theater, playroom, and glass wine room are perfect for relaxing in style later.Mimi Magarelli holds the listing.
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New York, NY - West Village
Listed for $8.995 million
Light and bright vibes are the name of the game in this West Village home. The dining room encapsulates this, while still embracing timeless details and charm. With plenty of shelves for styling, it’s a beautiful canvas for creating contemporary chic ambiance for family gatherings, Friendsgivings, and more. The 3,300-square-foot triplex in a Waverly Place townhouse is an ideal spot to toast any occasion.Cortnee B. Glasser has the listing.
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Beverly Hills, CA
Listed for $79.5 million
Across the country in posh Beverly Hills, a property asking a whopping $79.5 million has a dining room fit for royalty. Grand and formal, it’s a space that would easily satisfy high society members 100 years ago. However storied it may feel, opulent Villa Firenze was only built in 1998. Sitting on 9.85 acres, the 14-bedroom mansion has many antique stone fireplaces and vast rooms for boisterous holiday entertaining.Richard Klug holds the listing.
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New York, NY - SoHo
Listed for $35 million
Atop the iconic Puck Building, Penthouse IV provides a glamorous and colorful perch for wining and dining guests. Redesigned by Fox-Nahem Associates, the expansive unit pops with personality and the dining room in no exception. Picture-perfect, the residence also has a 2,000-square-foot wraparound terrace for stealing away to for photos in front of the city lights.Jeremy V. Stein holds the listing.
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Listed for $7.5 million
Truly, getting away to Napa for a festive gathering is the stuff of dreams. Nothing but good wine, great food, and romantic scenery for days or weeks. Whoever buys this European-style villa will have a permanent place to escape to with loved ones for the holidays. The dining room, with wood vaulted ceilings and access to a terrace, is an idyllic indoor/outdoor space for fanciful California feasts. Inviting and spacious, it’s just one bright spot in the 7,030-square-foot wine country haven.Hillary Ryan holds the listing.