Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week in March 2020

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

Georgetown, Washington DC | Christie-Anne Weiss, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty 

Before he called 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue home, former President John F. Kennedy lived in a gorgeous Federal-style home in one of Washington’s most elite neighborhoods.

John F. Kennedy’s gorgeous D.C. home hits the market – Today

A Duplex in Manhattan’s Historic Carhart Mansion Relists for $28.4M – Mansion Global

NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. listed his Florida home for $3.7 million – CNBC

Sotheby’s International Realty® Brand Opens First Office in the UkraineSotheby’s International Realty

Explore Sandra Bullock’s Coastal Chic Home – Livingetc

The 5 nearby vacation markets your clients should know about (part 1 of 2) – Inman

Renovated Apartment in Iconic Dakota Building in Manhattan Sells for $9.75M – Mansion Global 

A New York Home with a World-Class Equestrian Facility – Wall Street Journal

See The Most Expensive Homes Sold in Houston in February – Houston Business Journal

As Spring Approaches, Greenwich Buyers Benefit From Seeing Properties in Bloom – Greenwich Time

Ritz-Carlton Penthouse in San Francisco Heads to Auction – Mansion Global

Open House Obsession: X8 Property & Design’s Joshua Tree Hideout, $320K – CA Home + Design

This spring Sotheby’s will auction one of the earliest war photographs – Popular Photography

Artprice at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York: The Art Market Might Have Reached a Turning Point – Yahoo! Finance

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