Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
Belleair, Florida | Gordon Kyle, Premier Sotheby’s International Realty
A historic Florida home where gangster Al Capone is said to have vacationed is headed to auction on Tuesday with a reserve price of $1.2 million, according to Interluxe, the auction company handling the sale.
100-Year-Old Florida Mansion Where Al Capone Was Said to Have Played Cards Heads to Auction – Mansion Global
A Guide to Boston’s Hottest Suburbs: Falmouth – Home & Property
Affluent Residents Have Flocked to Tokyo’s Low-Rise, Single-Family Enclave Aoyama Since the Pandemic – Mansion Global
$975,000 Homes in California – New York Times
Five Lively, Buzzing Cities That Aren’t Nashville – Mansion Global
Inside Shaquille O’Neal’s Florida home – recently sold for $11 million – Homes & Gardens
A Sublime Wurster In Pacific Heights, $6.925M – California Home & Design
A Riverfront Estate Once Part of Mount Vernon Sets Record for D.C.