Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Fourth Week in January 2016

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

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“The Los Angeles home of artist Shepard Fairey is going on the market for $1.84 million, according to real-estate agent Patricia Ruben of Sotheby’s International Realty. The Mediterranean-style home, built in the 1920s, has four bedrooms and measures roughly 2,500 square feet.”

Artist Shepard Fairey Lists in Los Angeles for $1.84 Million – Wall Street Journal

Seeking Ranchland in Texas, Where Wealth is Measured in Acres – The New York Times

7 Houses with Indoor Pools You Can Buy Now – Elle Decor

A Country House Fit for Winnie the Pooh Asks $8.8 Million – Wall Street Journal

House Hunting in… Mexico – The New York Times

Listing of the Day: Wine Country Modern – Mansion Global

A View of the Bridge from Colorful Penthouse – Wall Street Journal

Former Seahawks WR Nate Burleson Selling Washington Home –

Taft House in Georgetown was Home to History and A-list Parties – The Washington Post

Why Over-65s Dominate the Housing Market in Florida’s Palm Beach – Financial Times

Affluent Chinese See Upscale Safe Haven in Seattle Area – The Seattle Times

Retromobile Paris: 1950s Ferrari Could Smash Auction Records at Car Show – CNN

Sotheby’s to Auction Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire’s Personal Items – WWD


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