2021 Most Expensive Homes

2021 Most Expensive Homes


Trendbook unveils a curated selection of the most trend expensive homes for 2021, so far. Step into the millionaire’s lifestyle!


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For The Mid-Century Lovers: Covet Valley 

A mid-century modern design experience in Porto.  Covet Valley was originally built in the 1960s, and have kept its mid-century architectural roots intact by featuring rigorous geometric lines and large windows that perfectly integrate the house’s interior design in its natural surroundings.



8.5 Million Dollar Modern Classic Villa 

500m2 mansion in Russia presents elegant bespoke interiors. This project mixes high-end furniture pieces with a modern aesthetic, well balanced with more neutral colours and functional elements. There’s 9 divisions to explore, every single detail is carefully put together to provide an ultimate luxury home.


Multi-Million Dollar Paris Penthouse

A luxurious and eclectic 135.6m2 apartment. Influenced by the city’s renaissance period. The luxury apartment has an open space concept that combines all the rooms through one unique style, yet the functional needs and the high-tech amenities separate each area perfectly. 

16 Million Dollar Penthouse in Monaco

An exclusive 295m2, 8 room penthouse in the french riviera. A contemporary modern penthouse with clean and captivating aesthetic. In each room, you will find a warm cohesive environment with a curated selection of furniture, lighting, and accessories dedicated to the highest levels of detail. 

The “Éternel” Parisian Apartment

Located at Av. George V in Paris, has 412.4m2 of contemporary classic luxury design vibe all over it. Well represented in the classic architecture structure, but at the same time nature and world cultures are expressed through materials, colours and shapes of the furniture and decor.





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