Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
$1.1 Million Homes in Washington, California and Vermont – New York Times
Private Outbuildings Are Vogue – Greenwich Time
See The Most Expensive Homes Sold In Houston in May – Houston Business Journal
Real Estate Agents Return To Work As City Reopens – New York Times
Historic Nickel-Leong Mansion In Mt. Washington Asks $2.2 Million – Los Angeles Times
This Renovated Firehouse Has a Brass Fire Pole and a Tesla Charger – Mansion Global
Some Real-Estate Agents Make a Performance Out of Showings – Wall Street Journal
How to bring the outside indoors – Financial Times
The Guide to Buying a Home Sight Unseen – US News and World Report
Sotheby’s to Auction Late Financier Felix Rohatyn’s Art Collection – Wall Street Journal
$50 Million Ginny Williams Collection Joins Sotheby’s June Auctions – Salon Privé Magazine
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