Luxury Real Estate Headlines | Third Week of February 2019

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

Encino, California | Marc NoahSotheby’s International Realty – Beverly Hills Brokerage

Jimmy Rollins hasn’t played professional baseball for three years, but he’s keeping busy in the San Fernando Valley.

Baseball’s Jimmy Rollins seeks $12 million for Encino mansion – Los Angeles Times

$35M Hamptons Estate Finds Buyer – Mansion Global

How to launch your career in high-end real estate – Inman

The most expensive homes sold in the Washington area in 2018 – Washington Post

What a $7 Million Home Looks Like in 7 Locations – Architectural Digest

Sotheby’s International Realty’s Kevin Thompson: “We Want to Create a Connection with Consumers Before They Even Think About Selling a Home” – Portada

Chris Cuomo lists stunning Hamptons home for $3M – New York Post

Views and Style in a San Francisco Penthouse – Mansion Global

Architectural icons – Die Presse

Top Sales: January deal is Palos Verdes Estates’ priciest in four years – Los Angeles Times

Park Avenue Landmark Gets a Modern Makeover – Dwell

Sotheby’s New York to Expand Gallery Space – New York Times

88-Carat Flawless Diamond Could Fetch $12.7 Million At Sotheby’s Hong Kong – Forbes

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