Luxury Real Estate Headlines: First Week in February 2021 – Sotheby´s International Realty

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

502 Brown’s Ferry Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee | Sandy Poe and RJ Bindner, Alliance Sotheby’s International Realty

With sports bars either closed or at low capacity, the football season has been largely devoid of the typical camaraderie and bonding beloved by fans. But for a select few with outdoor TV setups, small gatherings make for a safer way to watch as a group. And with the country’s biggest televised event nearing, an al fresco entertainment setup is one of the most coveted home amenities.

The Best Place to Watch The Super Bowl This Year: Outside – The Wall Street Journal

 

Millennials Are Changing the Luxury Real Estate Market – Bloomberg

Real estate market trends show ‘big is better’ amid pandemic: Sotheby’s International Realty CEO – FOX Business

CMO Brad Nelson’s 8 predictions for 2021 luxury market – Inman

The Top 5 Rocky Mountain Locations the Wealthy are Flocking to Amid the Pandemic Business Insider

Manhattan Home Sales Revive as Lower Prices Lure Buyers – The Wall Street Journal

Biodynamic Wine Ranch in California Listed for $23M – Decanter

Carol Burnett’s Former Eight-Acre Compound in Santa Fe – Mansion Global

A Social Family’s Dream Home in Washington – The Wall Street Journal

Newport, Rhode Island, Manor Sells for First Time in Four Generations – Mansion Global

A Vail Modern with Tons of Va-Va-Voom Wants $45M – Cottages & Gardens

A Kansas Tudor With Plenty of Light – The Wall Street Journal

A 1960s L.A. Home Designed by Protégés of Richard Neutra Asks $2.4M – Dwell

Potomac Falls Offers Large Lots and Friendly Neighbors Within Close Proximity of D.C. – Mansion Global

Five of the world’s best suburban homes for sale – The Financial Times

What You Get: $975,000 Homes in California – The New York Times

A Traditional Nantucket Home Worthy of a Great Legacy Seeks $18.5M – Cottages & Gardens

Downton Abbey-style estates for sale – Love Property

Three Essential Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Home That Needs Major Renovations – Martha Stewart

A Newport Home With Family History – The Wall Street Journal

Home of the Week: A Midcentury spread in Santa Barbara – The Los Angeles Times

An Epically-Scaled David Hockney Artwork is Coming to Auction – Hypebeast

Sotheby’s to Offer Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Collection – Barron’s

Source: Sotheby´s International Realty | Blog

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