Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
East Hampton, New York | Dana Trotter, Sotheby’s International Realty – East Hampton Brokerage
The interior designer Robert Stilin is selling his home in East Hampton, N.Y., which has lots of entertaining space, a pool and separate guest quarters, for $6 million.
A Hamptons House for the Private and the Social – New York Times
A Cape Cod Mansion That Was Once Considered for Woodrow Wilson’s Summer – Wall Street Journal
Inside an Enchanting 200-Year-Old Bahamian Cottage – Home Journal
Quaint Connecticut Estate of 60 Minutes’ Morley Safer Lists for $1.5M – Cottages & Gardens
Five of the world’s best homes for sale with helipads – Financial Times
Susan Sarandon Gets Full Price for New York Apartment – Wall Street Journal
$2 Million Homes in Michigan, Florida and New York – New York Times
Serenity in Dolores Heights by MAK Studio, $6.8M – California Home + Design
This Vail Home Could Be One of the Area’s Priciest – Wall Street Journal
Hot Property: Thoroughly Modern Homes – Financial Times
A Manhattan Loft to Showcase Art – Wall Street Journal
Iconic Neutra-Designed Home Featured in Slim Aarons Photo Hits the Market – Architectural Digest
The ‘Highest’ in Luxury Living in the U.S. – Mansion Global
This Santa Fe Pueblo Dwelling for Sale Has the Loveliest In-Home Library – Apartment Therapy
Europe’s Marquee Mountain Home Destinations – Mansion Global
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