The richest man in the world is shopping for a love nest in Los Angeles — and he’s not ruling out a nine-figure price tag, The Post has learned.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos has been actively shopping for homes in the Beverly Hills and Bel Air neighborhoods in recent weeks with his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez — and some of the mansions they’ve toured have been listed for more than $100 million, sources said.
There are fewer than 10 houses in the Los Angeles area on the market at any given time that fit Bezos, Gitlin said.
One of those he has visited was the 10.1-acre estate at 750 Bel Air Road known as “Chartwell,” which recently sold for $150 million, confirmed Drew Mandile of Sotheby’s International Realty, the broker on the property. “He is always looking,” Mandile said of Bezos. “He is an energetic man who has a large appetite.”
Silvestri Real Estate is pleased to present the exclusive listing of one of the most widely recognized landmarks in Kentucky, The Kentucky Castle. The current owners have spent over $2,000,000 renovating The Kentucky Castle over the past few years which has resulted in a 650% increase in revenue since 2017. Investors will reap the benefits of the current cash flow with multiple value-add opportunities remaining. A new three bedroom two bathroom luxury cabin was recently built (revenue not fully captured in the T12), as well as a cutting edge spa (proforma to be provided in the document vault). There are also two rooms being used as storage. With the addition of a permanent storage facility, and a face lift to the rooms, you will easily have these keys back online.
In a world of excess, more and more people are turning to minimalist living: fewer belongings, fewer expenses, and smaller homes. As such, tiny homes are becoming increasingly popular, and there are so many wonderfully unique tiny homes that are being built.
If you’re not quite ready to give up your full-size home in exchange for a tiny home, rest assured you can still test one out! Many tiny homeowners are turning their adorable abodes into places for travelers to rent for a stay. With stunning landscapes, quaint living quarters, and all the modern amenities you could ask for, tiny homes are quickly becoming a popular trend in the tourism industry. Here are 10 of the most unique tiny homes that you can vacation in. Continue at Source: 10 Most Unique Tiny Homes You Can Vacation In
We judged the following finalists by their exteriors—but when it comes to homes, we think that’s ok.
Scroll through for this year’s favorites of all different neighborhoods, styles, and eras. (We’ve even planned a driving tour for you. You’re welcome.)
Why We Love It: In the words of the homeowner, this house “epitomizes midcentury modern.” When the owners bought it in 2004, it was in teardown condition—the previous owner had died a few years before. But the new residents took loving care to restore it to its full glory. “All we wanted to do was breathe life into it and resuscitate it,” says the homeowner. “The lines were so pure and quietly beautiful.” Continue at Source: The 10 Most Beautiful Homes in Dallas 2019 – D Magazine
We actually do give a damn about this property.
The home was handpicked by the book’s author, Margaret Mitchell, to serve as inspiration for Ashley Wilkes’s residence, Twelve Oaks, in David O. Selznick’s 1939 film. Located at 2176 Monticello St. SW address in Covington, Georgia, the home is jam-packed with Southern charm, with a dash of modern amenities thrown in, thanks to a recent $2 million renovation. The 12 remote-controlled fireplaces are just one of the many modern amenities that transport the 183-year-old property into the 21st century. Continue at Source: The Mansion That Inspired ‘Gone With the Wind’ Is Up for Auction
From wisteria to bougainvillea–we love how they add magic to any exterior.
What is it about a plant-covered building that alights our senses and delights us so much? Perhaps it’s the ultimate bridge between natural and man-made beauty, because there’s nothing that delights us more than gazing upon trailing autumn branches over a Brooklyn brownstone or bunches of lavender-toned wisteria drooping over a stern Victorian façade. In fact, the appeal of a photogenic house exterior is so widely shared, it’s begun to irk the residents of one particularly ’grammable Paris street. And it doesn’t stop there. Continue at Source: 30 of the most beautiful plant-covered buildings we’ve ever seen