Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
Gelderland, Netherlands | Netherlands Sotheby’s International Realty
The Wageningen building was designed in the 1950s by Dutch architects F E Röntgen and A Kruidhof as an earth science laboratory for the Dutch Geodesy Association. It was later used as offices, and in 2001 its top floor was converted into a three-bedroom penthouse flat.
Waterfront Property Becomes the Priciest-Ever Home to Sell in Cape Cod – Wall Street Journal
Lynn Swann Catches a Home Sale in Hancock Park – Los Angeles Times
NYC Homes with The Most Desirable Culinary Amenities – City Realty
Five of the world’s best homes for sale with indoor fitness facilities – Financial Times
David and Victoria Beckham Buy Full-Floor Penthouse in Miami – Mansion Global
A Romantic Los Angeles Home – Wall Street Journal
5 Ways to Stay Fit at Home – Sotheby’s International Realty
Agent Profile: Agent Has Investment and Development Background – Connecticut Post
DJ Khaled sells his mansion in Miami for $6M – Daily Mail
A survivalist-retreat in Virginia’s Appalachian Mountains – The Washington Post
Collection of every DC comic ever to hit Sotheby’s auction block – New York Post
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