Welcome to our new weekend property digest, where we brings together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. This week’s cache of gems includes a soaring San Francisco loft and a Bath apartment in a country mansion.

Bryant Street loft, San Francisco, USA

355 Bryant Street loft for sale in San Francisco
Via Compass

Industrial proportions are at play in this cavernous live/work space in San Francisco’s South Beach, which has striking brick and beam bones. The 2,010 sq ft corner loft is drenched in light, thanks walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. It’s for sale via Compass for $2.15m – have a look inside.

Country mansion apartment, near Bath, UK

Warleigh Manor House, apartment for sale in Bath UK
Via Pritchards

Country meets contemporary across the interiors of this apartment, inside Warleigh Manor House. The two-bedroom dwelling has Georgian proportions that have been given a minimalist update. It’s on the market for £2.75m via Pritchards. Take a peek.

Alpine retreat, Queenstown, New Zealand

With 280-degree views, this four-bedroom alpine retreat was designed by local architect Murray Cockburn. The living space flows out to a large outdoor balcony and viewing deck that winds its way around the perimeter of the house frontage. It’s on the market via Sotheby’s International Realty, with price on application.

Lost Cottage in County Kerry, Ireland

Lost Cottage in County Kerry, Ireland
Photography: Unique Home Stays (c)

Once a ruin, now a wilderness refuge, Lost Cottage marries old and new in Glenbeigh. The 19th-century holiday home has been given a top-to-toe renovation, and a new wing designed by Dublin practice Urban Agency. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame view of the rugged Horseshoe of Hills and Seefin Mountains. Try it for yourself via Unique Home Stays.

Island hideaway in St Barthes

Imagine your morning swims here. Los Leones is a one-off cluster of geometric pavilions located on the craggy hillside of Pointe Milou in St Barths. Originally designed by architect François Pecard in 1990, the Moroccan-inspired complex was later expanded by architects Alain Rémy and Pierre Monsaingeon. It’s for sale via Sotheby’s International Realty as a ‘blank slate’ opportunity, with price on application.

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