As leaves on the trees begin to change from green to yellow and red, some people like to hit the mountains and gaze at the fall foliage, while others prefer to soak up the changing leafy landscape in an urban setting. Sharing below a sampling of homes/apartment buildings with fall-immersive views.
Riverview House is located at the edge of Toronto’s ravines and uses the natural setting as its background, with the help of floor-to-ceiling glass panels and a cantilevered second floor that creates an immersive, treehouse-inspired master bedroom.
Overland Trail Cabin in Sugar Bowl Ski Resort, CA is ideal for taking in the fall colors dotting the tree-lined slopes of Mount Disney. The home was designed by BCV Architecture + Interiors for year-round indoor/outdoor mountain living and features end-to-end, expansive sliding glass doors on the second floor, allowing in the crisp autumn air of Northern California. The indoor social spaces are seamlessly connected to a second-floor deck that spans the length of entire home, allowing residents to soak in the stunning mountain views, made even better by the vibrant fall colors offered in the Tahoe region.
Troon Pacific designs biophilic homes like Residence 2646 ($28.9M) and Residence 950 ($40.5M) in San Francisco’s mild fall climate to maximize indoor/outdoor connections to nature. The homes feature elements like floor-to-ceiling sliding glass pocket doors that disappear entirely into the walls; private, park-like gardens; furnished rooftop terraces and more to allow residents to stop and take in the outdoors at every turn.
Just a short drive from the infamous Marin Headlands and larger-than-life Redwoods, the homes offer idyllic views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge, allowing homeowners to enjoy watching the seasons change.
Perched directly on a walking trail that leads directly to West Farm, Four Seasons at Monmouth Woods offers seven different floor plan designs, featuring high ceilings with windows for outdoor viewing from almost every point in the house. This active adult resort-style community also features a 6,830 SF clubhouse with outdoor putting greens, tennis courts and bocce ball surrounded by colorful forests in the fall.
90 Morton, once a printing factory, is now a state-of-the-art condominium conversion in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Manhattan. The homes boast large windows that incorporate elements from the original structure, to boast access to natural light and visibility of the tree-lined West Village streets. The four upper penthouse floors have cantilevered terraces that are flooded with fall colors surrounding them.
Drawing inspiration from the intersection of city and nature, Helmut Jahn designed 1000M, the ultra-luxury condominium coming to Chicago, to gradually widen at the northeast and southwest corners, giving even the southwestern units prime views of Grant Park – ideal for fall leaf peeping.
Perfect for taking in a fall setting, the Summit‘s 6th floor Club Level features a backyard and greenspace equipped with a sundeck with lounges, outdoor TV for movie nights, a children’s playground, fireplace, BBQ and herb garden.
Nine on the Hudson offers its residents a variety of outdoor amenity spaces, including a landscaped terrace as well as outdoor seating areas surrounded by greenery, firepits, BBQ and TVs to allow residents to enjoy the open air during the fall season.
Be the first to leave a review.