Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third 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.

Wilmington, North Carolina | Mark Batson, Landmark Sotheby’s International Realty 

The design-build team of Tongue and Groove by Mark Batson report that on April 17, 1877, the John S. Lee lumber schooner was lost at sea. The remains of the old schooner were discovered just below the sand, and the new beach home took inspiration from the wreckage.

Island beach home asking $4.8M was inspired by a shipwreck – Curbed

The Napa Chateau That Doogie Howser Built – Bloomberg

A New Mexico Estate Owned by Novelist Stuart Woods – Mansion Global

The tech tools agents should have on hand to succeed – Inman

Dramatic Mediterranean Revival Home Asks $7.5M – Curbed

8 Homes for Sale in the Most Secluded Parts of the World – Architectural Digest

In 2020, Luxury Real Estate Markets in Paris, Singapore and Vancouver Offer Intriguing Opportunities to Investors – Mansion Global

A North Carolina Estate on the National Register of Historic Places – Wall Street Journal

A Sweet Bernal Heights Cottage With A Modern Heart and Glorious Views – California Home + Design

A Stunning Tuscan-Style Estate Near Los Angeles – Mansion Global

6 beautiful homes along Virginia’s Rappahannock RiverThe Week

Property of the Week: 8 Fresno Place, East Hampton – Behind the Hedges

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

A Whimsical Home That Overlooks a Connecticut River – Wall Street Journal

At 43,055-Square-Feet This Mallorcan Mansion Is Sure to Wow – Mansion Global

David Hockney’s ‘The Splash’ sells for $29.8 million – CNN

Georgia O’Keeffe’s Rare Pottery Is Going to Auction – House Beautiful

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