Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in October 2019

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

Chianti, Italy | John Jonk, Italy Sotheby’s International Realty 

This renovated 3,800-square-foot farmhouse dates to the 18th century. The five-acre lot includes vineyards, olive groves and a saltwater infinity pool.

House Hunting in Italy—What Goes With Red Wine? – Wall Street Journal

Sotheby’s Realty arms agents with bespoke marketing toolkitLuxury Daily

Woolworth It? For a Cool $30 Million, You Can Live in One of New York’s Most Iconic. – Robb Report

Embracing Digital Disruption in Real EstateThe Trust

Six Strategies for Enhancing Stale Property Listings – Real Trends

Modern ‘French Chateau’ on the Market in Sonoma for $7.5 Million – Press Democrat

Video Marketing, Staging Matter More Than Ever For Luxury Listings – Inman

Soho Pad Once Occupied by Theater Legend’s Son Lists for $5M – New York Post

Waterfront Compound on 126 Acres in Washington State’s San Juan Islands – Mansion Global

Stunning and Historically Significant Rice-Area Villa Graces Market at $3.5M – Houston Chronicle

$2 Million Homes In California – New York Times

Moroccan-Inspired Santa Fe House Asks $950K – Curbed

House Hunting in … Singapore – New York Times

Grosse Pointe Farms: An Old-Timey Small Town in Detroit – Mansion Global

Use virtual real estate to connect with buyers just about anywhereInman

Which U.S. Cities Take The Longest To Save For All-Cash Home Buys? – Forbes

1930s Spanish Colonial beauty in Los Feliz seeks $3.7M – Curbed

Sotheby’s to Offer Francis Bacon’s ‘Pope’ on Behalf of Brooklyn Museum – Barron’s

Claude Monet’s ‘Charing Cross Bridge’ Could Fetch $30 Million At Sotheby’s – Hong Kong Tatler

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