Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Last Week in November 2019

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

New York City, New York | Cathy TaubSotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage

The Beresford, identified by its three towers, is one of the most exclusive co-op buildings on Central Park West. The massive Renaissance Revival style building overlooking the American Museum of Natural History was built in 1929.

Central Park Duplex, Home To A Famed Theater Couple, Goes On The Market – Forbes

Inside a Spectacular, $20 Million Colorado Estate That Doubles as a 100-Car Auto Museum – Robb Report

Actor Billy Campbell Parts With Longtime Home In Pacific Palisades – Los Angeles Times

Upper-Floor Apartment At Iconic S.F. Residential Building Asks $14M – San Francisco Business Times

The South Boston Waterfront Finds Its Way – Wall Street Journal

Pretoria’s Waterkloof Offers the ‘Right Address, Endless Views and Top Security’ – Mansion Global

The 10 Biggest Sales In The Hamptons For 2019 – The Independent

Exquisite Edwardian In Pacific Heights, $6.75M – California Home + Design

A luxury houseboat docked in the heart of Amsterdam is selling for $1.5 millionBusiness Insider

Inspired Lake Austin contemporary asks $3.3M – Curbed

Healdsburg Up-Cycled Barn House On The Market For $3.5 Million – The Press Democrat

What it takes to connect with the new generation of luxury homebuyers – Inman

This Retired Racing Driver’s Colorado Estate Has Its Own Car Museum – Wall Street Journal

Brokers secretly conspire to launch a Hamptons-only MLS – The Real Deal

Dinner at Château Lafite sells for £11k in Sotheby’s auction –

Original Star Wars trilogy is center of next prestigious Sotheby’s auction – The Verge

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