Welcome to our weekend property digest, where we bring together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. This week, we bring you a converted bunker home and a Modernist landmark in Miami.

Bunker House at Fort Ward, Washington USA

Courtesy Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

3 bedrooms; $1.738m via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty
Eggleston/Farkas Architects incorporated a disused military bunker into this cantilever home’s design, using the structure as a concrete base to support the steel and glass structure above. Walls of glass frame views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains in the distance, while interiors have been dressed in warm Brazilian cherry wood. Take a tour.

A cavernous London home by Stanton Williams, UK

Photography: The Modern House

6 bedrooms; £9.95m via The Modern House
Commissioned by a film director in 2014, this Stanton Williams designed Highgate home is embedded into a sloping plot overlooking the heath. Its uncompromising concrete form is set with huge glass panels which maintain views across the property and a double-height living room adds drama. See more.

Villa Sawira, Essaouira, Morocco


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4 bedrooms; for rent from €1,622 per night via Le Collectionist

Designed as a wellness retreat, Villa Sawira is all about the spa facilities. An on-site masseuse and chef are included in the amenities, while the stone house itself is just steps from the beach.

Paul Rudolph’s Milam Residence in Miami, USA

Photography: Robert Champion

5 bedrooms; POA via the Paul Rudolph Foundation
Its bold geometric facade drew praise in the 1960s and more than 50 years later the Milam Residence is still one of the most distinctive properties on the Miami waterfront. The Modernist property has been faithfully maintained by the Milam family throughout the decades, and it’s just emerged from a recent refurbishment. See more of its midcentury spaces.

A tropical treehouse on Big Island, Hawaii, USA

Big Island Fern Forest tropical treehouse retreat
Via Airbnb

Sleeps 2; from £236 per night via Airbnb
Treehouses awaken our inner child, and this tropical offering in the Big Island’s Fern Forest is no exception. It was built by hand out of bamboo and is completely off-grid. Explore more treehouses available to rent this summer.

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