Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for rent and sale across the world. Among our discoveries is an alpine retreat and a floating A-frame in New Hampshire.

Tyrolean hideaway, Austria

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Sleeps 8; €1000 – €1500 per night via Off Grid Hideaways
Contemporary ski chalet Zillertal Hideaway unfurls over six storeys above the town of Imst in the Tyrolean Alps. Designed by Munich-based architects Grünecker-Reichelt and Holzrausch, its bottom half is embedded in the sloping mountain site, with its upper levels clad in larch. Get a closer look.

Rubinstein House by William Cody in California, USA

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4 bedrooms; $2.5m via The Agency
The hacienda-style Rubinstein House in California’s Rancho Mirage dates back to 1972. Palm Springs pioneer William Cody designed the modernist property for art lovers Gladys and Sam Rubinstein, and it’s a time capsule of 70’s design with original finishes and features found throughout. See more. 

Landmark Case Study House in LA, USA

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2 bedrooms; $2.9m via Compass
Case Study House No 16 by architect Craig Ellwood is on the market for the first time in nearly 50 years. The modernist house was designed in 1953 for Arts & Architecture magazine’s Case Study House programme and feature a sleek steel frame and frosted glass walls. Peek inside. 

Floating A-frame cabin in New Hampshire, USA


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Sleeps 6; $410 per night direct
This A-frame cabin floats on Lake Winnipesauke in New Hampshire’s Meredith near Weirs Beach and Laconia. Guests can go kayaking, paddle boating, or soak up the sun on the tiny home’s deck which wraps around the front.

Live/work apartment in east London, UK


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2 bedrooms; £950,000 via The Modern House
Live and work in this open-plan apartment in a former bakery in East London’s Bethnal Green. City View House III comes with access to a communal roof terrace and features original concrete pillars, ceramic brickwork, reclaimed-timber floorboards and poured-concrete kitchen worktops.

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