This week's featured listing from the International Real Estate section of The New York Times is a 22,130-acre Colombian estate. The newer home (built in 1988) combines some modern amenities with the rustic style of South American country estates. Though the (dark) rooms are furnished with heavy, dark furniture, the architectural details shine through — stone fireplaces, exposed ceiling beams and arched doorways like the one pictured at left...
This massive estate is about 110 miles from Bogota and has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, three fireplaces,
two kitchens and a wine cellar. Listed for $1.25 million, the estate comes furnished. See the entire listing, For Sale in ... Colombia, and all the pictures in the extensive slideshow.
(Images: Scott Dalton)