Mansion Global Daily: Dubai property market records best quarter ever

Former Australian rugby player Bill Young sells Sydney trophy

Former Australian rugby player Bill Young and his wife, Anna, are selling their trophy home, a Federation-style mansion in Northwood, a suburb of Sydney. The six-bedroom house includes a swimming pool, sauna, tennis court and guest house. Although Ray White’s agent, Chris Wilkins, has yet to set a price guide, local sources expect it to be in excess of AU$14 million (US$8.94 million). ) at the December 14 auction. Mr Young, 48, a hotelier who played for the Wallabies and Brumbies, bought the property in 2018 for a then-record fee of A$11.2million. Domain

Dubai property market records best area, driven by luxury homes

Dubai’s real estate market had the best-performing quarter in history in the third quarter, with sales reaching AED70 billion ($19 billion), according to a report by, a real estate website. The figure increased by 18% compared to the previous quarter and by 64.5% compared to the same period last year. The completion of 22 major new projects in different parts of the country contributed to these figures, with the value of deals worth more than AED 100 million increasing by 49% during the quarter, according to the report.

Orange County, California’s most expensive home sale closes this year for $55 million

‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ star Heather Dubrow and her husband, Terry, a plastic surgeon, have quietly sold their Newport Beach, Calif. mansion for $55 million, making it the world’s biggest home sale. Orange County’s most expensive so far this year. The house was not listed on the stock exchange and the buyer paid everything in cash. The Durbrows bought the acre of blufftop land for $4.2 million in 2013 and had a custom home built in 2018. The Tuscan-style home has 22,000 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. Dirt

Newly Built Brooklyn Townhouse With Pool Seeks $3.5 Million

A newly built townhouse on the Brooklyn waterfront in New York’s Red Hook neighborhood has hit the market for $3.499 million. The home has 2,722 square feet of living space on four levels, including four bedrooms, multiple dining rooms, and formal and informal living spaces. There’s also a private driveway, pool, and rooftop terrace with an outdoor theater and views of lower Manhattan, downtown Brooklyn, and the Statue of Liberty. 6 square feet

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