Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week of June 2022 – Sotheby´s International Realty

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

Queensland, Australia | Barbara Wolveridge, Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty

A contemporary waterfront megamansion in Australia with a drive-in foyer, a lionfish-stocked saltwater aquarium and direct access to the beach hit the market Monday with a guide price of AUD $6.8 million

Beachfront Queensland Mansion With Drive-In Foyer Lists for A$6.8 Million – Mansion Global

775-Acre ‘Stonegate’ Montana Estate Lists for $25 Million – Penta

Perched on the edge of a stream, a ‘floating farmhouse’ in New York is on the market for $2.87m – Business Insider

Emma Stone’s Malibu Home Closes a Month After Hitting the Market – Wall Street Journal

$1 Million Homes in California – New York Times

The Best in Real Estate, From a Portugal Palace to the Woolworth Building – Robb Report

Bayfront Florida Keys Compound Sells for $12.5 Million – Mansion Global

7 Best Places to Buy a Vacation Home in Texas – Travel + Leisure

Trading Spaces Alum Vern Yip’s Dreamy Florida Beach House Listed for $5 Million – People

6 must-see homes in California wine country – The Week

The Best in Real Estate, From a Portugal Palace to the Woolworth Building’s $79 Million Penthouse – Robb Report

$1.1 Million Homes in New Jersey, California and Connecticut – New York Times

Sotheby’s International Realty enters Egypt – Prime Resi

A Home Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright in California – Cabin Life

Fashion Designer’s Tony Melillo’s Amagansett Home Back on the Market for $4.95M – Behind the Hedges

12 Palm Beach Real Estate Pros Ranked Among Top 250 – Palm Beach Daily News

A Cabin Gem in Glen Ellen – Cabin Life

Source: Sotheby´s International Realty | Blog

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