Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Fourth 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.

Washington DC | Troy Patterson & Eric Nicholson, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty 

The 10,134-square-foot two-story loft occupies the top two floors of the historic Pierce School building, a former schoolhouse built in 1893 that was converted into nine residential units in 2012.

NBA Player Dwight Howard Lists Washington, D.C., Penthouse for $2.475 Million – Architectural Digest

Meryl Streep’s Tribeca Penthouse Sells For $15.8 Million – Wall Street Journal

Stunning 10-bedroom mansion goes on sale for £40 MILLION in exclusive Highgate – home to stars including Jude Law and Kate Moss – Daily Mail

In the Bahamas, a Strong Market for New Luxury Homes – New York Times

Go Inside A $14.5 Million Texas Home – Dujour

6 breathtaking homes in Colorado – The Week

A Secluded 1,500-Acre Compound In New Mexico – Mansion Global

Why Suzanne Somers is selling her $9.5M hillside hideaway – The Star

A Modern Greenwich Home Where Nature is Front and Center – Wall Street Journal

An Architecturally Stunning Retreat In East Hampton Wants $8.5M – Cottages & Gardens

Vintage SoCal: Pasadena Craftsman Set The Stage For The Greenes’ Style – Los Angeles Times

Marc Jacobs Selling Personal Collection of Art and Curio Online With Sotheby’s HomePENTA

Patricia Altschul Honored the Late Mario Buatta, Who Designed Her Iconic Estate – Bravo

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