A Bel Air estate once owned by country singer Kenny Rogers lists for $65 million, and Alex Birkenstock of the eponymous shoe maker is listing his Manhattan penthouse for $12.9 million. Candace Taylor tours this week's Private Properties.
Tesla Motors co-founder Elon Musk has bought the Bel Air estate he's been renting for the past three years for $17 million, and a pirate-themed Caribbean spread lists for $35 million. WSJ's Alyssa Abkowitz has details on this week's Private Properties.
A trio of New York condos could end up as the most expensive sale in Manhattan. Plus, details on a famed estate once owned by Walt Disney. Candace Taylor joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: The Agency RE
In the world’s most desirable parts of cities to buy a house, $1 million doesn’t go far. It’s enough for a bathroom or dining room in top-tier Monaco or London neighborhoods. In Cape Town, the same cash will buy a five-bedroom house. Heads up, would-be millionaires: prices are rising.
Matt Damon puts his Miami Beach home on the market for $20 million as actress Suzanne Somers puts her Palm Springs estate on the market for $14.5 million. Lauren Shucker Blum has this week's Private Properties. Photo: Jill Hertzberg & Jill Eber.
“Real Housewives of New York City” cast member LuAnn de Lesseps is selling her Hamptons home for $9.9 million. Susan Soros asks $39 million for her Manhattan co-op. Alyssa Abkowitz joins the News Hub with a look inside this week's Private Properties.
The Brocks, the family behind Gummy Bears, have listed their Montana ranch for $9.5 million; a Miami Beach home formerly owned by Jennifer Lopez has re-listed with an $11 million price increase for $40 million; and actress Marsha Mason has listed her 247-acre Abiquiu, N.M., farm estate. Candace Jackson has details on The News Hub.
Unbridled luxury in New Jersey and a California beach house with views of Los Angeles are two homes in the running for WSJ House of the Week. Stefanos Chen unveils the winner on Lunch Break. Photo: Obeo-Edberg.