Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
An entire New Zealand town, modelled on the American Old West, is up for sale. And the fact that its purchase would bring with it the right to apply for a sought-after Investor 1 Residency visa has grabbed attention around the world.
Fantasy homes: a seaside sanctuary inspired by Tove Jansson – Financial Times
An Opulent Portuguese Mansion, Whispered to Have Royal Connections – Mansion Global
Centuries After It Topped the Louvre, The Mansard Roof Remains a Fashionable Fixture – Wall Street Journal
Sotheby’s lands in Lake Maggiore – Prime Resi
A Modern Southern California Home With Moroccan Flair – Mansion Global
GoPro Founder Wants $20 Million for 150-Acre California Ranch – Wall Street Journal
In Santa Fe, An Adobe Home With Mountain Views – Wall Street Journal
An Alabama Estate Designed Like a Chateau – Wall Street Journal
What You Get: $1.5 Million Homes in California – New York Times
Major Cities May Still Want to Look to International Buyers – Mansion Global
$650,000 Homes in Minnesota, Tennessee and Virginia – New York Times
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