Brand News June 18, 2021

Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week In June 2021

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

Otago, New Zealand | Matt FinniganNew Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty 

The Otago region in South Island has always been popular with tourists for its viniculture—but the region’s resort towns such as Queenstown and Wanaka have recently seen a growth increase of 58.8 per cent in its property market as well, says Fahmi.

Why New Zealand Is Becoming The Next Hot Property Investment Spot – Hong Kong Tatler

$5 Million Homes in California – New York Times

6 homes for less than $1 million – The Week

Austin’s top broker Kumara Wilcoxon, who has sold $1 billion worth of real estate, swears by this 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. schedule – Business Insider

The unexpectedly elegant homes in São Paulo that blend Brutalism’s muscularity with tropical softness – Financial Times

An Expertly Crafted Lake Home in Minnesota – Wall Street Journal

On the Market: ‘It’s Paradise,’ Says Owner of Updated Seaside Co-op – Palm Beach Daily News

House Hunting in Italy: Sitting Seaside on Sardinia for $760,000 – New York Times

A Bright Waterfront Estate in New York Built by Modernist Norman Jaffe – Mansion Global

6 Homes for Less Than $1 Million – The Week

Five of the world’s best homes for sale with garden water features – Financial Times

Golf Homes for Around $500,000 in 5 Global Destinations – New York Times 

Quintessential Cottage Charm’ in Bridgehampton for $2.25 Million – Behind the Hedges

Northern Californian Estate Triple the Size of Golden Gate Park to List for $29 Million – Mansion Global

Hot property: five homes for sale in the tropics – Financial Times

Oversized Logs Give the Interiors of This Cabin One-of-a-Kind Character – Cabin Life

This Long Island Home is a Masterclass in Mixing Interior Materials – Living Etc.

Led by Basquiat’s US$37.3m Triptych, Sotheby’s Star-Studded Evening Auction Pulled in Another US$109m for the House – The Value

Brontë Auction Is on Hold as Group Tries to Keep Library Intact – New York Times


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