Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in February 2018

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

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Jose Enrique Souto, heir to the Rowland Coffee fortune, built his dream house. Four years later, he’s selling it.

Look Inside the $24 Million Mansion That Cafe Bustelo Built – Bloomberg Pursuits

Inside Tommy Hilfiger’s $50 million penthouse – Fox

Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty Expands Presence in Southern California – The Ocean County Register

Capture the carnival: six homes in the heart of festivals – Financial Times

10 Vineyard Homes You Can Actually Move Into – Elle Decor

L.A. Home With Human Aquarium Seeks $28 Million – Wall Street Journal

Bijan Menswear Scion Lists Los Angeles Home for $2.95 Million – Mansion Global

Five reasons to live in Barcelona, Spain – Financial Times

$26.75 million Medina mansion is priciest Seattle-area home sale ever – Seattle Times

Which Penthouse Comes Out on Top? – Wall Street Journal

Opulent Friendswood mansion is a dream home for the whole family – Houston Chronicle

Atlanta’s former railway drives growth through the neighborhoods – Financial Times

West Hills in Southwest Portland Offers Laid-Back Luxury – Mansion Global

Indian HNIs third-largest buyers in US luxury real estate:  Report – Economic Times

From Bel-Air to Encino, a look at L.A. County’s high-water home sales in January – Los Angeles Times

Buenos Aires properties level off after steep rises – Financial Times

Eureka Valley home affords grand views, sumptuous finishes – San Francisco Chronicle

Sotheby’s Enlists New Power for Its Watches and Jewelry Division – New York Times

See more Sotheby’s International Realty in previous editions of Headlines