Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
Built in 1995, this waterfront Long Island manor is an incredible estate designed by the award-winning architecture firm Shope Reno Wharton.
Tour a Splashy $45M Long Island Mansion Designed by Shope Reno Wharton – Cottages & Gardens
$75 Million, 10-Acre Estate Hits the Market in Southampton, New York – Mansion Global
House Hunting in Russia: Green and Modern on the Gulf of Finland – New York Times
After Coronavirus Hit, Greenwich’s Real-Estate Market Staged a Comeback – Wall Street Journal
A Demand for More Space Boosted Townhouse Sales in November – New York Times
$1.6 Million Homes in California – New York Times
A French Country Home in the Heart of Napa Valley – Wall Street Journal
Fit for an oligarch: Europe’s highest apartment wants $35M – New York Post
6 Manhattan Apartments Under a Million – The Week
A Houston Home Built for Entertaining – Wall Street Journal
Five of the world’s best homes for sale for music lovers – Financial Times
Mountain Compound of Slash Records Founder Bob Biggs Lists for $2 Million – Los Angeles Times
In California’s Silicon Valley, an Architecturally Striking Home Asks $33 Million – Wall Street Journal
Tips for Breaking Into the Luxury Real Estate Market – Agent Advice
You Can Buy This Entire Wild West Town for $1.6M – New York Post
Online auctions boost Sotheby’s Asia sales – The Spirits Business
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