Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for sale and rent across the world. This week, we have a remote A-frame in California and a timber cabin in Aix-en-Provence among our discoveries.

A pair of timber cabins in California, US

Courtesy BoutiqueHomes

€620k via BoutiqueHomes
BoutiqueHomes founders Veronique Lievre and Heinz Legler have listed their 10-acre camp in California’s High Sierra for €620,000. Far Meadow compound includes a modernised one-bedroom log cabin with rustic interiors and a contemporary one-bedroom A-frame cabin with pared-back timber interiors and soaring glass windows. The pair of off-grid boltholes are surrounded by meadows and secret swimming holes in the Sierra National Forest. Get a closer look.

A countryside cabin in Aix-en-Provence, France

Photography: Espaces Atypiques

3 bedrooms; €1.2m via Espaces Atypiques
This countryside cabin is surrounded by wildflowers on the edge of the Durance Valley. The French property has a charred black exterior created using the Japanese technique of Shou Sugi Ban to protect the timber structure. Large picture windows overlook an infinity pool while interiors are pale timber. See more.

A Farnsworth-inspired glasshouse in Dallas, US

Photography: Stephen Reed & Costa Christ Media

3 bedrooms; $7.5m via Dave Perry-Miller
This 10,000 sq ft Dallas property is wrapped in glass and was designed by local architect Joshua Nimmo. Drawing on Mies van der Rohe’s seminal Farnsworth House, the pavilion home unfurls across a single level, with its raised foundation creating the sense that the home is floating. Elevated pools emphasize the house’s elongated footprint and its abundance of glass and steel. See inside.

A prefab hut available in Europe

Photography: Zsuzsa Darab

POA via Hello Wood 
The wooden Workstation Cabin is a 15-sided pod that can be installed in the back garden to create a separate space to work – or an emergency guest bedroom. Budapest’s Hello Wood Studio designed the prefab hut which was partly inspired by the ongoing pandemic situation. It measures just 8 sq m and is wrapped in timber and glass. See inside. 

Architect Barton Myers’s glass and steel home in Montecito, US


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4 bedrooms; $8.2m via Sotheby’s Realty
Architect Barton Myers designed this glass and steel California property as his own home. Rooms are a series of pavilions that are set amongst 38 acres of land at the Montecito property, which has panoramic ocean and mountain views.

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