Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week in June 2020

Texas Oil Heir Michael Herd Lists Lavish $28.5M Family Estate in Austin – Forbes

Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Other Homes Were Presidential Too – Wall Street Journal

Wealthy Havens Lure Homebuyers in ‘Mad Rush’ From San Francisco – Bloomberg

14 of the Most Expensive Listings in the U.S. – Veranda

Modernist Hiram Kwan residence in Los Feliz fetches top dollar – Los Angeles Times

A historic Rhode Island fire station is now a modern 4-bedroom home – Business Insider

6 gorgeous desert homes – The Week

Comedian Michael McDonald lists his romantic villa in Hollywood Hills – Los Angeles Times

In Boise’s Warm Springs Avenue Neighborhood, the Estates are Charming and the Residents are Laid Back – Mansion Global

A Resort-Like Key Largo Home – Wall Street Journal

Brutally beautiful bunker-style homes for sale – MSN

House Hunting in Greece: Sugar Cubes on the Aegean Sea for $2 Million – New York Times

Price Point: $1.549 million in the Marina District – San Francisco Chronicle

Costliest Penthouse In New Zealand’s Tallest Tower Hits The Market – Forbes

A Picturesque Property in Suburban St. Louis – Wall Street Journal

The Most Popular Listings of May – New York Times

Five of the world’s best homes for sale for hosting guests after lockdown – Financial Times

Own a Slice of Italian Art History on Lakes Maggiore – Elysian

San Diego Housing Market Positioned Well as Region Reopens – San Diego Business Journal

In Minnesota, “atypical” for F.L. Wright’s house. Its value is $ 2.75 million –

Sotheby’s Offers Online Sale for Old Masters and 19th Century Works – PENTA

Sotheby’s: $1.6 Million Still Life by Giorgio Morandi Marks Record Price – Salon Privé Magazine

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