Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in June 2020

Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in June 2020

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

Kent, Connecticut | Ira Goldspiel & Steve Pener, William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty 

Rising among a grove of birch trees, this 2010 home designed by local architect Wes Wyrick blends a rustic timber frame with a crisp, minimalist interior.

Modern Farmhouse Asking $2M in Connecticut Has Exposed Beams in Almost Every Room – Curbed

Expatriates consider property investments back home as coronavirus lockdown underlines importance of family – South China Morning Post

Former Under Armour CEO Lands $17.25 Million for Washington, D.C., Home – Wall Street Journal

A Resort-Style Florida Estate Towering Over the Gulf of Mexico – Mansion Global

Location, Location, Location? For Luxury Renters, It’s All About Acreage – Wall Street Journal 

Million-Dollar Listings: Palm Beach Landmarked House Sells for $8.94M, Deed Shows – Palm Beach Post

On The Market – New York Times

Isolate at This $10.4 Million Mountaintop Compound – Bloomberg

Chris Pontius of ‘Jackass’ Cleans Up In Sale of Nichols Canyon Home – Los Angeles Times

From Lot Sizes to Price Ranges, Riverside Has a Property for Nearly Every Buyer – Connecticut Post

3-Carat Blue Diamond Could Fetch $6.3 Million At Sotheby’s Geneva Auction – Forbes

George III £1m gold watch star of Sotheby’s collection sell-off – The Guardian



Explore Properties

  • Al Tahoe Charmer, $539,900 USD
    Hike, bike, cross country ski or walk to the Lake from this highly sought after Al Tahoe neighborhood property. Enjoy this sunny corner lot home with downstairs living, soaring ceilings in both the living room and dining room, modern kitchen, laundry room, two bedrooms and one bathroom. Upstairs you will find the largest bedroom, generous loft and second bathroom. Large matching shed and plenty of parking for RV and/or boat. Only one block to the meadow leading directly to the beach and walking or biking distance to restaurants and shopping.
  • 2674 Rose Ave, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150, $340,000 USD
    This Fresh home would be an excellent Seasonal Rental, No permit needed! Or, great for a fulltime residence. It has a fantastic single level floor plan that has a spacious living room, 2 comfortable bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, mud-laundry-pantry room, low maintenance yard and room for an RV or boat. Plus generous area for toys in the carport secured storage. Come check out the NEW and NEWER features in this Great home! Valuable-clear pest report on file. Excellent value, nice in town location, centrally located close to Skiing, Lake Tahoe, shops and restaurants!
  • 1230 Omalley Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150, $325,000 USD
    Updated cute cabin located on quite street across from meadow and is centrally located. This 2 bedroom 1 bath has New windows, New Roof, New hardwood floors, new electrical, EPA approved Clean burning Stove, Redwood deck with Cedar hot tub and a cool greenhouse. Crawlspace has a radon liner and has On Demand water heater. BMPS have been completed. Come preview Today.

  • Inside an Enchanting Manor in Greenwich
    Esteemed designer Steven Gambrel oversaw the creation of this unprecedented estate located on 14 lush acres in the prestigious Conyers Farm Association of Greenwich. A member of the elite AD 100 and recognized for his distinctive designs in such illustrious locations as the Plaza Hotel, Gambrel took inspiration from the architectural vernacular of Greenwich—borrowing elements from France, Great Britain, and even the pediment, entablature, and columns of ancient Rome—and infused it with contemporary whimsy, creating an uncommon blend of classicism and modernity that utilizes eye-catching details and striking hues, patterns, and textures. The offering also includes custom furniture, carpeting, lighting, and fixtures designed by Gambrel himself.
  • Nature’s Paintbrush | 5 Homes With Incredible Sunset Views
    Few things in the natural world can be more stunning than the daily sunset. These five homes are perfectly poised to soak in the splendor of the natural light show that is an unobscured sunset.
  • Vitamin Sea | 5 Waterfront Homes
    Veritable buoys for modern-day living, these five homes enjoy enviable views and soothing sounds of harbor and ocean waters from West Coast to East.