Luxury Real Estate Headlines: First Week in February 2016

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

New York

$2,975,000 USD | Hudson, New York | Heather Croner Real Estate Sotheby’s International Realty

The house, built in 2008, sits on nearly four acres atop Mount Merino. Designed by architect Joel Sanders, a professor at the Yale School of Architecture, the home has a sequence of views that unfolds as visitors make their way through the property.”

Listing of the Day: A Hudson Valley Weekend Retreat – Mansion Global

A Remote California Ranch, Gold Mines and Helipad Included – Wall Street Journal

A Stunning French Estate, the Setting of an Alfred Hitchcock Movie, is for Sale – Architectural Digest

Why Get a Home When You Can Buy an 18th-Century Settlement? – House Beautiful

House Hunting in… Barbados – The New York Times

Ranking the Homes of NFL Pros – Wall Street Journal

7 Stately Homes in South Carolina – The Week

House of the Day: English Flair in Chatsworth – Los Angeles Times

Five Properties for Sale Near the World’s Best Carnivals – Financial Times

Basketball Coach Rick Pitino Relists Miami Mansion for $25.9 Million – Wall Street Journal

Florida Snowbirds Head North as Lowly Loonie Curbs Spending – Bloomberg

Hamptons Rental Season Starts Early – The New York Times

7 Cars to Watch at RM Sotheby’s Paris Auction – Autoweek

Picasso’s Young Lover Canvas Fetches $27.6 Million at Sotheby’s – Bloomberg

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