Mansion Global Daily: Holidays Don’t Hamper Historic Luxury Real Estate Run in Manhattan, Kemba Walker Finally Sells Boston-Area Mansion, and More

Mansion Global Daily: Holidays Don’t Hamper Historic Luxury Real Estate Run in Manhattan, Kemba Walker Finally Sells Boston-Area Mansion, and More

Despite a Holiday Slowdown, Deals for Manhattan Luxury Real Estate Were Three Times the 10-Year Average

It was the strongest Thanksgiving week since at least 2006, according to Olshan Realty. Read More




A Neoclassical Chateau on a Private Peninsula Highlights Seattle’s Booming Luxury Market

The waterfront estate was home to three-term Bellevue, Washington, mayor. Read More


The Pandemic Brought a Renewed Interest in True Craftsmanship, Says French Furniture Maker

Martin Pietri, founder of Emblem Paris, talks about the appetite for classic Parisian designs, mixing heritage pieces with modern interiors and expanding to New York. Read More


Sydney Suburban Mansion With a Tennis Court Sells for a Record A$12 Million

A six-bedroom mansion in Pymble on the upper north shore of Sydney, sold for A$12 million (US$8.54 million) over the weekend, setting a record for the suburb. The previous record for Pymble was established in June 2020, when a multi-level residence sold for A$9.87 million. The home has five bathrooms, multiple living areas indoors and outside, a pool, a tennis court and landscaped gardens. It last traded in October 2015 for A$7.05 million. Domain

Historic Property in Kent, England, Asks £1.15 Million

Water Farm, a Grade II-listed, 3-acre property near Ashford in Kent, England, is on the market for £1.15 million (US$1.53 million). Originally built circa 1720 on a deer park, the property has a five-bedroom main residence with about 3,000 square feet of living space, a granary cottage with two additional bedrooms and an open-plan kitchen/living area. Outdoors, there are formal gardens, a pond, a tennis court, a paddock and several outbuildings including a garage and a workshop. Country Life

A Four-Bedroom Apartment in New York’s Lincoln Square Is Available for $4.5 Million

A four-bedroom condo apartment in the Manhattan cultural hub of Lincoln Square, is for sale for $4.5 million. Encompassing roughly 2,250 square feet of living space, the home has two-and-a-half bathrooms, a home office/library, a great room, a formal dining room and a chef’s kitchen. Throughout, the apartment features coffered ceilings, handcrafted moldings, marble slab floors, a new home automation system and motorized shades. The building, known as the Coronado, has a fitness center, a sauna room, a billiards room and a children’s playroom. 6sqft

Former Celtics Player Kemba Walker Sells His Boston Mansion

Former Boston Celtics point guard Kemba Walker has sold his Brookline, Massachusetts, mansion four months after signing with the New York Knicks. Mr. Walker, 31, bought the 9,592-square-foot mansion in the Boston area in 2019 for $11.25 million. The sale price was undisclosed, according to filings made public last week. The limestone mansion has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a custom double bridal iron staircase, two kitchens, an au pair suite and a paneled library.


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