Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
The brown brick home, known as the Carr House, reflects Wright’s Usonian style, a term he coined to describe architecture informed by the American landscape, according to the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. They were often modestly sized, low-slung homes, built with materials that invoked the surrounding terrain.
1950 Frank Lloyd Wright Design in Chicago Suburb Asks $1.695M – Mansion Global
Five of the world’s most-viewed homes for sale – Financial Times
A French Chateau in Southern California – Mansion Global
Where to buy property at Lake Como, Italy – The Times
In Winter Resort Markets, Sellers Have the Upper Hand – Mansion Global
Rocky Mountain high: sales surge in Colorado’s premier ski resorts – Financial Times
6 homes with a history – The Week
The Best Colors to Paint Your House, According to Real Estate Agents – Apartment Therapy
A Jonathan Adler-Designed Townhouse in San Francisco – Wall Street Journal
Billionaire Richard Branson’s Childhood Home in Surrey Hits the Market – Cottages & Gardens
In Greenwich, Conn., a Hilltop Retreat – Wall Street Journal
$900,000 Homes in California – New York Times
Hot Property: homes in winter wonderland – Financial Times
360-Degree Water Views on Unique Meadow Lane Property Asking $90 Million – Behind the Hedges
Richard Branson’s Childhood Home Lists for $5.2 Million – Architectural Digest
Neutra’s Desert Masterpiece, $25M – California Home & Design
The Lure of the Private Island Home – New York Times
Sotheby’s Halloween Whisky Sale Nets £1M – The Drinks Business
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