Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Last Week in August 2019

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

Bainbridge Island, Washington | Scott Wasner, Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty 

During World War II, Building 39 intercepted Japanese diplomatic and military radio messages

A 10-Acre Estate on Washington State’s Bainbridge Island Built by the U.S. Navy – Mansion Global

Create a strong network to be a stronger real estate agent – Inman

Sotheby’s CMO: the ‘Consuming to Consume’ Trend has Died Down in Luxury Real Estate – Cheddar

12 Homes With Dreamy Walk-In Closets – Go Banking Rates

Former WCVB Anchor Susan Wornick Lists Her Cape Home For $2.9 Million – Boston Globe

Meryl Streep’s NYC Penthouse, With A Paparazzi-Proof Elevator, Lists For $18.25M – Robb Report

Our top properties of the week – The Spaces

Coconut Grove, a Miami Neighborhood That Feels Like a ‘Small Town With a Big-City Vibe’ – Mansion Global

Sotheby’s International Realty CEO on Luxury Market Trends – Elite Traveler

Maximalist Upper East Side Co-Op Seeks $2.5M – Curbed

A Florida Home Inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s Key West Estate – Wall Street Journal

The Priciest Pads in Westchester – The Real Deal

A Home on a Private Island in a Nature Reserve on Sweden’s East Coast – Mansion Global

Ultra-Modern River Oaks Mansion Set To Hit The Market – Houston Chronicle

Bridgehampton Beach House On Historic Quimby Lane Lists For $14 Million – Mansion Global

What $2M Buys In NYC Right Now – Curbed

Massimo Bottura Will Curate Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Auction This Fall – Food & Wine

Yellow Diamond Necklace By Anna Hu To Sell For $6.5 Million At Sotheby’s – Forbes

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