Luxury Real Estate Headlines: First Week in February 2022 – Sotheby´s International Realty

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

Marfa, Texas | Kumara Wilcoxon, Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty

If you’re looking to tap into the high-desert life of Marfa, Texas, this newly renovated home may be of interest.

An Elegant, Earth-Toned Home in Marfa Asks $3.5M – Dwell

More Homes Than Ever Are Selling for $50 Million. What’s Inside? – Bloomberg

$1.9 Million Homes in California – New York Times

A cluster of Gilded Age hotels is for sale on Michigan’s Copper Island – The Spaces

Massive Calaveras County ranch with 55-acre lake, air strip sold for $21M – Sacramento Bee

Celebrated Tenor Sergio Franchi’s 201-Acre Connecticut Estate Lists for $12.6 Million – Mansion Global

This Marfa house offers a room with a (desert) view –  Wallpaper

Agents Reveal Their Genius Green Secrets to Staging a Home for Sale – Realtor

This $19.5 Million Dumbo Penthouse Is Now Brooklyn’s Most Expensive Listing – Robb Report

$700,000 Homes in Texas, Oregon and North Carolina – New York Times

Hot Property: California Wine Country – Financial Times

Lavish London Townhouse in John Nash-Designed Terrace Lists for £29 Million – Mansion Global

Unreal Deals: Is crypto the future for real estate? – Prime Resi

The Healthiest Penthouse in San Francisco – California Home+Design

Historic Greenwich Estate Sells for $11.77 Million – Wall Street Journal

A Stone Home Outside Downtown Charleston, South Carolina, Has the Air of an English Manor – Mansion Global

A Carefully Converted Loft Near Barcelona’s Sagrada Família Asks €1.45M – Dwell

This Maine Mansion for Sale Has an Art Studio in the Attic – Apartment Therapy

Five of the world’s best property conversions for sale – Financial Times

Source: Sotheby´s International Realty | Blog

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