The Rothstein “Home Collection” is going up for auction in a matter of days. The home collection features everything from designer shoes and handbags to Savile Row men’s suits and enough furnishings and decor to fill four mega-mansions.
The 56 acre Napa Valley property of the late winemaker Robert Mondavi is officially open for bidding.
The infamous Tribeca townhouse where Dominique Strauss-Kahn called home while he was under house arrest in New York City has dropped in price yet again. Last year it was put on the market for a whopping $15 million as Strauss-Kahn was paying $50,000 a month to live there, but was later cut to $14 million. Now it’s down to $12.5 million.
Mattew Perry is looking to double his money on his sprawling four bedroom house in Malibu.
South Florida resident, Alonzo Mourning is looking to downsize, so he’s put his eight-bedroom, eight-bath Coral Gables mansion on the market. The 13,000-square-foot pad was only built in 2004, and the former Miami Heat superstar is asking $14.5 million to move into the waterfront home in the gated Coral Gables Estates.
Hollywood Alum Jack Nicholson has sold his $4.25 million home in Malibu for $3.5 million after an 8 month market stay.
House hunting? Place your bid on Central London’s pre-construction-virtual $117 million mega-mansion.
Rat Island – the 2-1/2-acre rocky islet in Long Island Sound – is once again up for sale.
This time, owner Edmund (Red) Brennen plans to auction off the property, which sits about half a mile east of City Island.
Brennen tried selling it outright for $300,000 two years ago, without success.
The most shocking thing about the latest mega-mansion to hit the London Market isn’t the price tag. And even with a jaw-dropping asking price of $117 million, this gorgeous home still isn’t the most expensive house in London (that prize belongs to Roman Abramovich’s $147 million home). But what makes this home remarkable isn’t its price — the property, ripe for purchase, doesn’t even exist yet.
The pictures, as realistic as they may appear, were artificially crafted. It seems hard to believe a potential buyer would drop over $100 million on a home they’ve never stepped into; but that, apparently, hasn’t stopped anyone from trying to sell it, according to Curbed.
The asking price for the 8,500 square foot home at 4975 Grizzly Peak Blvd is also elevated, at a not insubstantial $9,500,000. While this house is the absolute architectural antithesis of the 1889 house on Albina Avenue in that it is strikingly modern, both display an opulence and desire to showcase the finer things in life.