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Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Last Week in October 2019 – Sotheby’s International Realty | Blog


Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.

Edwards, Colorado | Tye Stockton, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty 

Asking $29mm, the home design by architect Annabelle Selldorf is broadly inspired by the book Walden by Henry David Thoreau with a spiritual feel that shows off its natural surroundings and dramatic scenery.

This Modern Colorado Ranch Is A Must See – Arrows

Build client relationships one unexpected detail at a time – Inman

7 private islands for sale right now – The Spaces

This $6M Norman Jaffe-designed waterfront home is a classic sculpture with views of the Hudson – 6SQFT

Pitching A New York Landmark’s Puzzling Penthouse – Wall Street Journal

This $30 Million Flatiron Penthouse Boasts A Private Rooftop Pool And A Two-Story Wall Of Marble – Forbes

$15 Million Mansion Built Into A San Francisco Cliffside – Business Insider

Sotheby’s is giving clients a taste of the good life with branded wine – Inman

Brady Bunch Star Barry Williams Sells Malibu Beach House For $5.82 Million – People

Night Game Frontman Martin Johnson Lists Modern Cabin In Hollywood Hills – Los Angeles Times

Sweet Home Alabama Star Josh Lucas Lists Eco-Friendly Laurel Canyon Home – Architectural Digest

River Oaks Home Offers Sophisticated Living And Entertaining – Houston Chronicle

Sotheby’s takes staging to new dimension with latest partnership – Inman

Sotheby’s Names Charles F. Stewart Its New CEO – Architectural Digest

Sotheby’s Is Now Selling Wine That You Don’t Have to Buy at Auction – Robb Report

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