One of the biggest homes in US history is rising on a Los Angeles hilltop, and the developer hopes to sell it for a record $500 million.
Colony Capital has listed Michael Jackson’s famed Neverland Ranch for $100 million, almost six years after the King of Pop’s death in June 2009.
The 6,200-square-foot house, known as “Falcon Nest,” was designed by its owner, Pal, a Phoenix architect who specializes in energy-efficient homes.
A Los Angeles estate belonging to actors Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas is listing for $16.1 million.
A newly built spec house in Beverly Hills with a domed ballroom and a kitchen with six ovens is listing for $72 million, according to the WSJ.
Known as “Twin Points,” the Laguna Beach property is nearly 2 acres and is located between two sandy beaches, Crescent Bay and Shaws Cove.
A massive 15.6-acre compound on a barrier island in Manalapan, owned by the Ziff family, has reportedly been put up for sale at just under $200 million.
Rupert Murdoch is putting his three-storey New York apartment on the market for $72 million.
A 20,000-square-foot mansion is going on the market for $22 million, which will make it the most expensive house listed in Washington, D.C.
Liongate, the sprawling Los Angeles estate once owned by country singer Kenny Rogers, has sold to an undisclosed buyer for $50 million.
LeBron James, who recently left the Miami Heat to rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers, has reduced the price of his Florida mansion to $15 million.
The former home of late world champion F1 racing driver Ayrton Senna has gone on sale for around €9.5million.
A two-story penthouse at the upcoming Fendi Château Residences in Miami has been listed for sale at $25 million.
The governor of Rhode Island is defending a proposed luxury tax for pricey second homes that has been dubbed the “Taylor Swift tax.”
A Chinese construction company has claimed to have built a 59-storey skyscraper in just 19 days.
A 25-acre estate in Dallas with a 27,000-square-foot home is listing for $100 million, down from $135 million in 2013, according to the WSJ.
The onetime studio of the French artist Balthus in Paris’s Saint-Germain-des-Prés area is listing for roughly $9 million.
A Central Park West co-op has hit the market for $42 million. The owners bought the apartment for just $12.2 million in 2003.
The University of St. Thomas in Minnesota is home to the Frank Gehry-designed Winton Guest House, and it’s soon putting the house up for auction.
A newly built mansion has listed for $27 million on the Wentworth Estate, an expensive area in Surrey within commuting distance from London.