Photography: Adrian Gaut

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 soaring loft in New York and an architect’s 1967 villa in Belgium among our discoveries.

Jazz icon Dave Brubeck’s midcentury home in Connecticut, US

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8 bedrooms; 6,252 sq ft; $2.75m via Douglas Elliman
Architect Beverley David Thorne designed this midcentury house in Connecticut for jazz composer Dave Brubeck. On the market for the first time ever, the 1961 Wilton property was Brubeck’s reward to his family for selling a million copies of his record, Time Out. It’s built with wood, glass and stone, with wraparound porches and floor-to-ceiling glass that maximise views of the 6,250-sq-ft home’s forested grounds. Take a tour of the midcentury property.

A raw concrete warehouse in Surry Hills, Australia

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2 bedrooms; 214 sqm; $2.65m via BresicWhitney
This lofty warehouse conversion in Sydney’s Surry Hills comes with commercial and residential zoning and has the potential to become a spectacular live/work space. The vast loft takes up the first level of a six-level warehouse building, dubbed Project A. Interiors are raw with unfinished concrete floors, pillars and white-washed brick walls, and huge industrial steel-framed windows. See more of the Sydney warehouse property.

A soaring SoHo loft in NYC, US

 

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2 bedrooms; 1,750 sq ft; $3.5m via Compass
The light-filled SoHo loft of supermodel Elsa Hosk unfurls across two levels and has 16-ft floor-to-ceiling windows and exposed brick walls. It was designed by Hosk in collaboration with practice Alveary Architecture and blends features such as original Corinthian columns and plank flooring with contemporary furniture. The New York property was submitted to @thespacesforsale by the owner. Share your property listings with us by emailing property@thespaces.com.

An architect’s 1967 villa in Meensel-Kiezegem, Belgium

 

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4 bedrooms; 440 sqm; €825,000 via Architecten Woning
Architect Marc Dessauvage designed this 1967 Belgium property as his own home in the Hageland region’s Meensel-Kiezegem. The cubic 1960s bungalow is made from brick, concrete, and wood, and interiors have baked clay tiled floors, concrete ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

A seaside villa with spectacular views in Cornwall, UK

 

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Sleeps 4; from £1,895 per week via Unique Homestays
This Cornish holiday home has views onto the UK’s dramatic Lizard Peninsula. Sitting above Coverack Cove, the modern property combines concrete and glass with coastal views. Guests can cosy up by the fire to watch the storms roll in from the sea via huge windows in the open-plan living room. Cloud gaze from the outdoor pine hot tub before toasting marshmallows over the fire pit.

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