Hot property: Nightlife

Five homes surrounded by some of the most exclusive nightclubs in the world, including a villa in Ibiza, Spain and a man-made island in Miami, Florida

Villa Lola, San José, Ibiza, Spain, €6.825m

Where: In the village of San José, near Sant Josep de sa Talaia, in western Ibiza, 12km from Ibiza town and a 10-minute drive from Ibiza airport.

What: A six-bedroom, contemporary hillside villa with pool, terrace and separate guest/staff accommodation.

Why: Ibiza is renowned for its high-energy nightlife. The villa is a minute’s drive from the KM5 nightclub, eight minutes from Amnesia and about 10 minutes from Blue Marlin.

Who: Aylesford International, www.aylesford.com, tel: +44 20 7349 9772


Where: In the Miami Beach neighbourhood of Belle Isle, a man-made island in Biscayne Bay, overlooking South Beach, 11 miles from Miami international airport.

What: A three-bedroom duplex apartment in the Grand Venetian, a residential apartment block completed in 2001. The apartment has 14-ft high ceilings, a double-height reception room and two terraces.

Why: South Beach is home to some of the most exclusive nightclubs in the US. Famous clubs in the area include Cameo, Mansion and Mynt Lounge.

Who: EWM, www.ewm.com, tel: +1 305 329 7718


Where: In SoHo, lower Manhattan, a 20-minute drive from Newark international airport and a 30-minute drive from JFK.

What: A contemporary three-bedroom apartment in 40 Mercer, a 15-storey residential tower designed as a collaboration between architect Jean Nouvel and hotelier André Balazs. The apartment has 12ft-high ceilings, hardwood floors and a private 629 sq ft terrace.

Why: SoHo has some of the best restaurants and nightspots in New York. The neighbourhood is home to Keith McNally’s Balthazar, The Pegu Club cocktail bar and SOB’s.

Who: Halstead Property, www.halstead.com, tel: +1 212 381 6527


Where: Between Dean Street and Wardour Street in the heart of Soho, central London, 17 miles from Heathrow.

What: A five-storey, four-bedroom townhouse with two terraces, a media room, spa and a mezzanine-level study.

Why: Soho is renowned for its varied – if sometimes sleazy – nightlife. Today it is home to West End theatres, scores of old London pubs and nightspots such as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and Blacks, a private members’ bar.

Who: Jackson-Stops & Staff, www.jackson-stops.co.uk, tel: +44 20 7664 6649


Where: Just off Avenue Paul Roussel, in the centre of St Tropez, 300 metres from the harbour and just under an hour’s drive from Toulon-Hyères airport.

What: A three-storey, six-bedroom villa with 300 sq metres of internal space, a south-facing garden, terrace and hot tub.

Why: St Tropez is popular with the jet set. Exclusive clubs and bars within walking distance of the villa include Papagayo, VIP Room and Les Caves du Roy.

Who: Athena Advisors, www.athenaadvisors.co.uk, tel: +44 20 7471 4500

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