Kailua, Hawaii, July 1st, 2019 – Carvill Sotheby’s International Realty was recognized on the 2019 REAL Trends & Tom Ferry “The Thousand,” a summary of the top 1,000 independent real estate agents and teams in the United States. The REAL Trends “The Thousand” comprises four categories: the top 250 agents by sides, top 250 agents by sales volume, top 250 teams by sides and top 250 teams by sales volume. Scott Carvill was ranked in the top 250 agents by sales volume.
“The recognition of being included on the “The Thousand” rankings is a result of hard work, extensive market knowledge and the support of the Sotheby’s International Realty brand, which enables us to effectively market and sell extraordinary residences,” said Scott Carvill, Owner/Broker.
The Sotheby’s International Realty brand claimed 41 of the top 250 sales associates in the REAL Trends individual sales volume category, more than any other real estate brand. The brand also had the highest combined individual sales volume from sales associates in the same category. “Achieving a leading number of sales associates represented in the individual sales volume category of the REAL Trends rankings is a testament to the hard work and dedication of Sotheby’s International Realty affiliated professionals,” said Philip White, president and chief executive officer of Sotheby’s International Realty. “Agents affiliated with Sotheby’s International Realty demand more of themselves to set the highest standard in the business. This dedication made a record $112 billion in global sales volume for Sotheby’s International Realty possible in 2018. I am proud to honor the companies and sales associates represented on this list and their commitment to their clients and the industry.”
The Sotheby’s International Realty network currently has more than 22,700 affiliated independent sales associates located in nearly 1,000 offices in 70 countries and territories worldwide. Each office is independently owned and operated. Carvill Sotheby’s International Realty is located at 970 N. Kalaheo Avenue, Kailua. HI 96734. For additional information, please visit our website carvillsir.com or contact 808-263-5900.
We are proud to welcome Barbara Baehler to our team of Realtors at Carvill Sotheby’s International Realty.
With 27 years of experience in luxury Real Estate Barbara Baehler has consistently been regarded as one of Oahu’s top agents. 6 time nominee for the Aloha Aina Realtor Award, voted “Best in Real Estate” in 2018 and 2019 by Honolulu magazine, earned highest professional real estate designations; CLHMS, CRS, GRI and ABR. With deep roots in Kailua Barbara has maintained her focus in the luxury real estate market to provide top-notch service and guidance to her clients.
Whether it’s a log cabin nestled deep in the Montana woods or an upscale beach cottage in the Bahamas, sometimes you just need a place to get away. These properties all offer an escape from the ordinary for $800,000. Choosing the right location and making a smart financial decision for your vacation home can seem a tall order, but the six properties below are striking in their balance of both.
Set on 30 acres in the Vermont countryside, this early American-style homestead is the perfect pastoral getaway. Built in the late 1700s, this multi-building country cape has been outfitted with modern amenities including in-floor radiant heating and a new gas range. Start the day with a bath in the master ensuite’s deep soaking tub, and take your morning coffee outside to enjoy the view of distant Bromley Mountain on the stone-tiled patio—this retreat is undeniably about taking it slow. The reclaimed post and beam style living space features tall, A-frame ceilings and an antique wood-burning stove. After skiing in the nearby mountains or exploring the property’s trail system, ease yourself into the sauna or fully-tiled hot tub.
Stop dreaming and start living your beachside idyll in this enchanting Dominican home away from home. The property is located in the tranquil beachside neighbourhood of Los Lagos, just steps from Playa Minitas beach. The east-facing, three-bedroom home is the ideal locale for those looking for a relaxing tropical getaway, but also has the potential to generate extra income as a vacation rental. Vaulted ceilings and whitewashed walls translate to a serene space that blends seamlessly with the tiled patio and turquoise pool just outside. With an outdoor brick oven and spacious seating area surrounded by palm trees and tropical flowers, you’ll be tempted to spend every spare moment here.
Escape to the South with this contemporary retreat custom-designed by renowned interior designer Jill VanTosh. The open-concept living space features exposed beams and floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap around the space, bringing the majesty of the outdoors in. Spend the day lakeside, tend to the property’s garden, or lounge on the wraparound terrace and soak up some of that Southern sunshine. In the evening, build a bonfire in the fire pit and settle in to easy Adirondack chairs for stellar stargazing.
Hide away in this snug vacation property on Hawaii’s O’ahu island. Situated alongside preservation land and perched on a tropical hillside, the residence is one of only four single-family dwellings in a two-acre condominium project. Step outside onto the private balcony and enjoy the view of the Kaneohe Bay and Kualoa Ridge—or just open the wall-to-wall sliding glass doors that lead into the main living space and let the tropical breeze inside. The neutral-toned kitchen, with built-in koa cabinetry and terra-cotta-toned tile work, features picture windows that look out to the lush flora surrounding the oasis. Bonus: it’s an easy commute to all that nearby Honolulu and Waikiki have to offer.
Sitting on 11.3 acres on Montana’s Whitefish Lake, this cabin is a quintessential forest getaway. With expansive views of the lake and the woods beyond, this charmingly rustic log cabin is a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of the outside world: take a seat on the porch as the sun rises, saunter through the spellbinding woods, spend the day on the lake, and come home to soak in the tub bathed in natural light. The property also features a level building site for those looking to expand, as well as a dock with shared lake access and boat slips. This is the place to bask in the restorative influence of the wilderness.
Things really do slow down in the Bahamas, especially at this upscale beach cottage located in the Abaco Islands. Aptly named the Abaco Rum Punch, this little oasis features three bedrooms, cypress wood walls, and ceramic floors to keep you cool in the tropical heat. The main living space spills out to the balcony, leading to a private pool and deck. Walk barefoot down to the beach, just minutes away, and soak up the sun or partake in the area’s excellent surfing—it’s all about taking your time.
Everyone needs to get away from the everyday. Whether you prefer the woods or the beach as your chosen escape, these properties all offer a space where you can recreate in style.
A beachfront estate in Kailua that was on the market for nearly five years and was the subject of a foreclosure lawsuit has sold for $15.65 million.
The sale of 210 N. Kalaheo Ave., which was listed for $18.9 million and had been in escrow since Feb. 28, closed on Thursday. Jonah Kogen of Hillside Realty & Development represented the seller, while Scott Carvill of Carvill Sotheby’s International Realty represented the unnamed buyer.
In May, HSBC Bank USA filed for foreclosure alleging the owners of the property had defaulted on a 2010 mortgage that had an original principal of $16 million. Kogen previously told Pacific Business News that the sellers were working with the bank.
The property consists of three parcels between Kalaka Place and Kamani Kai Place with the addresses 206, 208 and 210 N. Kalaheo Ave., that were sold as one property with three homes — an eight-bedroom, eight-bath main house, a five bedroom, five-bath “villa,” and a three-bedroom, three-bath guest house.
The property had been featured in The Wall Street Journal’s “Home of the Day” in 2014, when the combined property was listed for $24.95 million and the beachfront house alone was available separately for $18.5 million.
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By Janis L. Magin – Real Estate Editor, Pacific Business News Updated
“The launch of Curate by Sotheby’s International Realty has generated excitement throughout our global network and we are proud to see our sales associates adopting this technology and using it as we intended,” said John Passerini, global vice president of interactive marketing, Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. “There are nearly one billion active iOS devices worldwide. Making the app available on this platform was a high-priority for us, increasing the reach we have to our core audience. We look forward to continuing enhancements on Curate by Sotheby’s International Realty to better empower our sales associates and potential homebuyers.”
The app, originally built with ARCore, Google’s AR Software platform, was launched in the Google Play Store earlier this year.
In addition to expanding to iOS, the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand has also partnered with luxury furniture and accessories marketplace Viyet to launch shoppable AR scenes within the app. The partnership with Viyet, a subsidiary of the Sotheby’s auction house, will be ongoing with new, custom-created scenes added regularly to reflect the marketplace’s current inventory.
Curate by Sotheby’s International Realty is powered by roOomy. To learn more about the app, click here.
We are pleased to be a part of GATEWAY Magazine’s Spring Design issue. Kaupoa Bay on Molokai Ranch is truly an oasis. To find out more about this property and other Carvill SIR listings please contact us!
Last month the first ever permitted 3D printed home in America was unveiled at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas. The project was the inception of the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand’s charitable partner New Story and their construction technology partner, ICON.
The 3D printer is expected to accomplish the following goals:
Significantly decrease the cost of building a home in the developing world. Currently, it costs $6,500 for New Story to build a home. The printer will significantly cut the cost to $4,000 a home with potential for it to continue to become more affordable.
Make home construction faster. Homes can be built in 12-24 hours with the printer.
Improve the quality of the final home.
A defining factor of this new technology is that it will be used first in the developing world, in El Salvador, for people who are currently living without shelter, a basic human need. The printer can fit on a truck so it’s easily transportable, it’s durable and it uses a mortar that can be found anywhere.
“We made the decision to partner with New Story in 2017 because we agree that the home is the epicenter of your life. New Story’s desire for continued innovation to drive change is remarkable,” says Lindsey Scharf, Director PR & Communications Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. “The launch of the 3D printer will make a huge impact in their mission to provide homes for families in the developing world and we are proud to be aligned with them in this venture.”
“We are incredibly proud to help advance New Story’s mission to transform people’s lives by providing the foundation of life, a home,” says John Passerini, Global VP Interactive Marketing, Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. “Their innovative approach to not only building homes but entire communities has already made an incredible difference for so many people and with their introduction of a 3D printer, they will be able to streamline the process like nobody has ever done before.”