Koda Moveable Home

Most homes — even pre fab dwellings — are meant to stay in one place. The Koda Moveable Home turns that on its head with a design that can go wherever you need. Requiring only 30 square meters of flat ground, it has a lot tucked into its small footprint, including a double-height ceiling in the main living area, fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower and toilet, mezzanine sleeping area, concrete exterior, natural wood interior, and solar panels on the roof. Produced off-site, this minimalist box is delivered via trailer in one piece, meaning it takes only a day to go from installation to move-in ready.

Photos: Tõnu Tunnel / Kodasema

  • Tavern Island

    Just over an hour from Midtown Manhattan and an eight-minute boat ride from shore, Tavern Island is one of the most convenient private getaways. The three-and-a-half-acre island provides both seclusion and luxury in the form of a 6,000 square foot home. Built in the 1930s, the English Country Colonial offers six bedrooms, four baths, a kitchen, and seaside gunite pool that has been visited by both Marilyn Monroe and Barbra Streisand. Other accommodations can be found in the guest cottage, the boat house, and a Japanese-style tea house. The property also includes professionally designed gardens, a deep water dock, and multiple private beaches.

    Photos: Higgins Group

  • Turtle Tail Drive

    Nothing says total seclusion like your own private peninsula. Located on the tip of Providenciales Island, Turtle Tail Drive is neighbored only by the Caribbean sea. The property is surrounded by 500 feet of waterfront, allowing for your own private beach and dock. The home itself consists of six bedrooms — including two master suites — a great room, gourmet kitchen, dining for 20, and a private beach bar. An expansive 2,000-square-foot terrace provides seamless access to the outdoors, as well as a glass-walled pool overlooking the water.

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