Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week in November 2017

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


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“Nearly every one of the ceilings has a mural, which he [homeowner, Dan Colussy] had painted by a number of artists from around the world.”

First, Hire an Artist. Then, Build the House – Wall Street Journal

Rock Icon Sammy Hagar Lists Oceanside Hawaiian Retreat for $3.3 Million – Los Angeles Times

A Home for Rowing on the Italian Lakes – Financial Times

Sea, Sand and Seclusion on 55 Acres in Tasmania – Mansion Global

Leave Your Cares Behind at This Private Estate in the Dominican Republic – Robb Report

6 Swoon-Worthy Lowcountry Homes You Can Buy Right Now – Coastal Living

Foresty 1930s Topanga Retreat Asks $1.15M – Curbed

Seven Homes with Heritage – Financial Times

Renovated Duplex Loft in a Chic Area of Brussels – Mansion Global

5 Homes for Ski Enthusiasts Who Want to Hit the Slopes this Winter – Robb Report

Mountain Resorts Aim to Create Aspen in New England – Wall Street Journal

Prices of Houses in Los Angeles Hit a New High – Financial Times

The Hottest New Condo Trend is Reusing Old Buildings – New York Post

Of Frontiers and Farmhouses: The Escape of Ranch Living – T Brand Studio

10 Vineyard Homes You Can Actually Move Into – Elle Decor

At RM Sotheby’s, a $2.6 Million Bugatti Chiron is Entry-Level – Bloomberg

Inside Look: First Auction at Sotheby’s Dubai – Forbes

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