Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week in February 2020

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

New York, New York | Meredyth Hull Smith & Serena BoardmanSotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage

Buyers looking for a property with kerb appeal — a home that dazzles on sight — will probably find it on one of the world’s leading “ultra-prime” streets.

Homes for Sale at the World’s Most Exclusive Addresses – Financial Times

Buying residential property overseas can be fraught with complications. Here’s what to watch out for – CNBC

The First Wood Frame House Built North of San Francisco Is For Sale – Forbes

7 beautiful homes in the Piedmont – The Week

AOL co-founder’s former $45M estate reportedly DC area’s most expensive home – Fox Business

Cloris Leachman’s Nature-Inspired Los Angeles Retreat – Wall Street Journal

This $10M Hudson Valley equestrian estate is spread across 150 acres – 6sqft

Mountainside Ski-In, Ski-Out Home In Vail, Colorado, Is On The Market For $26 Million – Forbes

Rare Conservatories Light Up Prized Manhattan Apartments – New York Post 

How To Buy And Run A World-Class WineryMaxim

Renowned S.F. Watercolorist’s Home Goes Up For Sale – San Francisco Business Times

Once a 30-Bedroom Boarding House, Now an Italianate Villa – Mansion Global

Property of the Week: 209 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road, East Hampton – Behind the Hedges

Put Your Smaller Bonus to Better Use on Things That Will Appreciate – Bloomberg

Sotheby’s to Offer David Hockney’s ‘30 Sunflowers’ in Hong Kong – PENTA

Picasso’s ceramic works to be auctioned at Sotheby’s London – Prestige

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