Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week of January 2022 – Sotheby´s International Realty

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

Catania, Italy | Danila Addario, Italy Sotheby’s International Realty

The stunning property, known as the castle of the Pennisi Family of Floristella, spans a whopping 43,055 square feet and is truly fit for (Hollywood) royalty. The history of the grand estate dates back to the end of the 19th century when Baron Pennisi tapped Palermo architect Giuseppe Matricolo to build a villa for his extensive art collection.

This Sicilian Castle From ‘The Godfather’ Just Hit the Market — Take a Peek Inside – Travel and Leisure 

Luxury real estate trends to watch in 2022, according to Sotheby’s International Realty CEO – Yahoo! Finance

Crypto, Hybrid Working Will Drive Luxury Housing Boom in 2022 – Bloomberg

The 1970s Are Back: Time Travel to the Grooviest Decade With These High-End Homes – Mansion Global

5 Houses on the Market That Appeared in the Pages of AD – Architectural Digest

Hot property: five homes in the Florida Keys – Financial Times

Two 125-Year-Old Townhouses in New York’s Greenwich Village Hit the Market – Mansion Global

Millennials become driving force in high-end housing – CNBC

Where to buy property in the Cayman Islands – The Times

5 Properties Bringing New Life to Biophilic Design – Architectural Digest

Home of the Week: This 61-Room Lakefront Estate Is Like a Piece of Italy in Indianapolis – Robb Report

Etias visa waiver: will I still be able to buy a holiday home in the EU? – The Times

564-Acre California Ranch with a Redwood Forest and Six Homes Sweetens the Deal – Mansion Global

Bitcoin’s powerful surge offers traction in global real estate transactions as industry seeks to overcome volatility – South China Morning Post

$1.4 Million Homes in California – New York Times

Where to buy property in Las Vegas, US – The Times

Florida Compound With Bowling Alley and Go-Kart Track Lists for $12 Million – Mansion Global

A Stylishly Converted 1800s Homestead Asks $1.9M in Tivoli, New York – Dwell

$425,000 Homes in Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania – New York Times

27-Year-Old Tech Trailblazer Buys $6.7 Million Home at Miami’s One Thousand Museum – Penta

After Years of Open-Plan Living, How Has Covid Affected Floor Layouts? – Mansion Global

Sotheby’s Santa Fe Expects Luxury Home Sales to Remain Brisk – Albuquerque Business Journal

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