The seasonal transition has us in the mood for change. This shift in mindsets has spurred the urge to switch things up at home—prompting us to even go so far as to browse the market for an entirely new abode. Luckily, there are a number of enticing options available right now. From a stunning estate with gorgeous water views in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to recently renovated house a block from Audubon Park in New Orleans, Louisiana, to a property with an illustrious past in Alexandria, Virginia, here are a few of our favorite current Scouted real estate listings.
3350 Fox Street // Orono, Minnesota // Contact: George W. Stickney, Stickney Real Estate, 952.476.3694, and Cindy Redmond, Redmond Real Estate, 952.473.3000
The details: 5 bedrooms, 3 full and 5 partial bathrooms, 15,858 square feet, 7.17 acres.
Features we love: A one-of-a-kind estate set on 700-plus feet of south-facing shoreline, this property features gorgeous gardens and breathtaking water views. Inside, a gourmet kitchen and large master suite offer modern luxuries while intricate details at every turn add architectural interest.
New Orleans, Louisiana
289 Audubon Street // New Orleans, Louisiana // Contact: Lynn Morgan, 504.473.8320
The details: 4 bedrooms, 3 full and one half bathrooms, 3,884 square feet.
Features we love: Located just one block from Audubon Park, this recently renovated home has a large entry foyer, beautiful formal living and dining spaces, an enviable open kitchen, and a family room with French doors that offer access to a limestone porch and lawn beyond.
4562 Isabella Lane // Dallas, Texas // Contact: Michelle Wood, Compass, 214.564.0234
The details: 7 bedrooms, 7 full and one half bathrooms, 11,083 square feet, 1.214 acres.
Features we love: This traditional home on a corner lot was just remodeled to perfectly suit modern living. Owners will enjoy retreating to a master wing with a spa bath, spacious custom closet, outdoor rain shower, and private courtyard patio; prepping meals in the oversized gourmet kitchen; and spending time outside on the volleyball court, in the pool, or on the Olympic-grade in-ground trampolines.
Greensboro, North Carolina
2511 Rivers Edge Road // Summerfield, North Carolina // Contact: Karen Jobe, Tyler Redhead & McAllister, 336.430.6552
The details: 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 3,403 square feet.
Features we love: Situated in Otey Construction’s new subdivision in Summerfield, this newly built home has a lovely open kitchen, rustic accents, and rooms bathed in natural light. In addition, a covered porch provides the perfect perch from which to enjoy the wooded setting.
San Antonio, Texas
121 Turnberry Way // San Antonio, Texas // Contact: Judy Dalrymple, Phyllis Browning Co., 210.408.4080
The details: 4 bedrooms, 4 full and one half bathrooms, 5,156 square feet.
Features we love: This custom-built Mediterranean home on a private lot comes complete with beautiful architectural details and impressive finishes. The chef’s kitchen includes top-of-the-line appliances and impeccable cabinetry, while private spaces include a thoughtfully appointed master and gorgeous guest suite on the main floor. Outside, a large veranda, kitchen, and dining area are perfect for entertaining al fresco.
190 Timberlake Drive // Union Grove, Alabama // Contact: Keller Williams Realty | Intown Partners Real Estate Group, 256.348.3958
The details: 4 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half bathrooms, 8,884 square feet, 24.4 acres.
Features we love: Located in Cherokee Ridge, this French Normandy estate combines elegance with comfort. Standout spaces include a grand living room with cathedral ceilings and a two-story limestone masonry fireplace and a conservatory-style dining room with a fireplace and beautiful garden views.
301 Saint Asaph Street South // Alexandria, Virginia // Contact: Kate Patterson, McEnearney Associates, 703.627.2166
The details: 6 bedrooms, 3 full and one half bathrooms.
Features we love: Talk about a house with a history: this property hosted General Lafayette during his extended visit to Old Town on his grand tour of the United States in 1824. Since then, a number of notable figures have called the Lafayette House home. Noteworthy features include the molded elliptical transom feature of the doorway, the grand entry hall, and the elegant double parlors.