Luxury Real Estate Headlines: First Week in January 2020

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

Paris, France | Fabrice le RuyetPropriétés Parisiennes Sotheby’s International Realty

For those enamored by the City of Lights, which almost everyone is, this lavish Paris mansion clocking in at 14,735-square-feet will feel like real estate euphoria.

Look Inside a $54.4M Mansion in the Heart of Paris – Cottages & Gardens

See Inside The Top 10 Celebrity Homes That Hit The Market In 2019 – Boston Globe

The Year In Real Estate – New York Times

Salt Lake City’s The Avenues and Federal Heights Have Classic Architecture and Cachet – Mansion Global

Cape Cod’s Most Expensive Listing Is Asking $25 Million – Wall Street Journal

2019’s Titanic Real Estate Deals Sank Records Nationwide – Variety

The 10 Best Property Listings We Saw this Year – Apartment Therapy

Unique 70-Acre Connecticut Estate with Alluring Amenities Asks $10M – Cottages & Gardens

Lyford Cay in the Bahamas Offers a Clubby—And Unflashy—Vibe – Mansion Global

Fashion Designer Elie Tahari Drops The Asking Price Of His Hamptons Home To $39M – Dwell

Around the World, Luxury Real Estate Poised to (Mostly) Strengthen – Bloomberg

The most stunning real estate listings of 2019 – The Week

The 2020 Update On The Luxury Residential Market – Forbes

A Peek at Our Most Popular Listings of the Day This Year – Mansion Global

The It List: Home – Modern Luxury Houston

A Mediterranean-Style Home in the Arizona Desert – Wall Street Journal

Why buying a home abroad could be financially beneficial – Fox Business

Having a home by a star architect is amazing, until you try to sell it – The Malaysian Reserve

Sotheby’s Jewelry Division Closes A Record-Breaking Decade Driven By Digital – Forbes

Sotheby’s to Offer the Personal Collection of Interior Designer Mario Buatta – PENTA

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