Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
The imposing brick building started life in 1887 as a fire station in the Historic Hill neighborhood. Redwood Hose Station 8 was an active fire station until 1912, after which the house functioned as an upholstery shop and then a triplex apartment.
A Knoxville Home Gets a Modern Upgrade – Wall Street Journal
An L.A. Home Asking $62 Million Includes a Playful Perk: Model Racetrack – Wall Street Journal
4 Key Benefits of Virtual Staging You Need to Know – Realty Times
How to create a home for multigenerational living – Financial Times
Custom Art is Helping High-End Homeowners Paint a Clearer Picture – Wall Street Journal
Palm Beach house fetches $7M in ocean block of Everglade Ave – Palm Beach Post
$7.9M Florida Keys home includes resort-like pool – Fox Business
Idyllic Lakefront Living in Indiana – Wall Street Journal
Five of the world’s best homes for sale for indoor games – Financial Times
A Gentleman’s Farm on 38 Acres in South Carolina – Mansion Global
$1.25 Million Homes in California – New York Times
New Zealand’s most expensive home ever is hitting the market – Financial Review
Barton Myers is Selling His Award-Winning Santa Barbara Home for $8.2M – Wall Street Journal
This Southampton Estate Listed for $20M Exudes Classic Hamptons Elegance – Cottages + Gardens
Modern Villa in the Japanese Resort Town of Karuizawa – Mansion Global
Take a Virtual Tour of the Most Luxurious Real Estate for Sale now – Boat International
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