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Sotheby’s International Realty

What Can I Get For $6.5 Million In … Greenwich, Connecticut?

By Amy Puchaty | June 13, 2019 | Comments Off on What Can I Get For $6.5 Million In … Greenwich, Connecticut?

How about a French-inspired masterpiece with formal cutting garden, modern greenhouse, and expansive grounds, built to entertain? That is what $6.499 million will get you in Greenwich, Connecticut. This six-bedroom, seven-full-and-two-half-bathroom estate sits on a pristine two-acre lot, ideally nestled in a bucolic setting for grand events. Among the highlights are a magnificent wine cellar, handsome […]

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Ex-Montgomery Wards Chicago Penthouse Would Make Any Winter Bearable

By Jon Anderson | March 27, 2019 | Comments Off on Ex-Montgomery Wards Chicago Penthouse Would Make Any Winter Bearable

River North is a section of Chicago that’s a little north and west of the main skyscraper areas of the city. So finding a 28th-floor penthouse gives one a perspective not easy to replicate. Of course, it helps when the ceilings are 14 feet tall with edge-to-edge glass. The building is called The Montgomery because […]

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Cape Cod: The Quintessential New England Summer Retreat

By Jon Anderson | July 5, 2017 | Comments Off on Cape Cod: The Quintessential New England Summer Retreat

  As a child, my family piled into the car for a summer beachfront vacation on the shores of Cape Cod. The drive from Chicago was as you might expect when two children and a dog are in the back seat.  The dog often stood between us looking out of the windshield while my brother […]

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London Town: Be Sherlock’s Neighbor in Marylebone Penthouse

By Jon Anderson | March 15, 2017 | Comments Off on London Town: Be Sherlock’s Neighbor in Marylebone Penthouse

  There’s nothing seemingly historic about this duplex penthouse on the 13th and 14th floors of Marathon House, a modern-ish high-rise in London (Map).  Thankfully for someone who loves big views, modern buildings are not the issue in London that it can be in Paris where old almost always beats new. For those not familiar with […]

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Medieval Fortress in Italian Countryside is No Second Shelter, But a Life Differently Lived

By Jon Anderson | February 24, 2017 | Comments Off on Medieval Fortress in Italian Countryside is No Second Shelter, But a Life Differently Lived

Often we feature homes and apartments intended as getaways, but what about a destination that challenges how we live our lives?  Sure, some fabulously wealthy person could purchase a property like this and simply add it to their portfolio, but the real tug for the rest of us comes from utilizing a property like this […]

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Extraordinary Dallas Realtor, Broker and Humanitarian Charles Freeman, R.I.P.

By Candy Evans | August 2, 2011 | 4 Comments

It saddens my heart to report that Charles Freeman, co-founder of the Briggs-Freeman Sotheby’s brokerage firm, has died after losing a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Charles died peacefully Sunday. Not only was Charles one of the most influential real estate leaders in the city, he was an amazing human being. A fourth generation Dallasite, Charles Freeman […]

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