Mansion Global Daily: Live like royalty, Singapore property market set to beat neighbors in Covid recovery, and more


Henry VIII’s former Surrey estate is up for sale for £15million

The property, centered around a historic mansion, has a swimming pool, tennis court and wine cellar. Read more

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Famous tenor Sergio Franchi’s 201-acre Connecticut property lists for $12.6 million

The complex offers a 1938 main house, four guest houses, an indoor swimming pool, pastures, a pond and hand-piled stone walls. Read more

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Unassuming London home surrounded by mansions is asking for £5.75m

A modest, unmodernised single-family home on a London street where homes cost up to £50million ($67.5million) is on the market for £5.75million. “This is one of the last undeveloped homes of its original size since it was built, it’s a great opportunity for someone,” said Marc Schneiderman of Arlington Residential, which is marketing the home. “Winnington Road is one of those streets where you have ‘ambassador houses’ which are literally the ambassadors’ houses.” The property, which comes with planning permission to be turned into a 13,000 square foot mansion, was a filming location for the 2017 film “Disobedience,” starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams. evening standard

Singapore property market set to beat neighbors in Covid recovery

Singapore’s property market is expected to rebound from the pandemic faster than any other region in Southeast Asia. “Long regarded as a safe haven, properties in Singapore have remained pandemic resilient with prices up 13% on average over the past two years to outperform the rest of the region,” said Christine Li, head of research for Asia-Pacific at Knight. Franc. Vietnam’s real estate market is also expected to lead the recovery, with its residential market “gaining traction with foreign investors”, Ms Li added. South China Morning Post

Los Angeles Gothic mansion owned by tattoo artist Kat Von D seeks $15 million

Famous tattoo artist Kat Von D has put her three-story Gothic mansion in Los Angeles, complete with a blood-red pool, up for sale for $15 million. The Victorian spread was built in 1896 and moved to its current location in historic Windsor Square in 1915. The 12,500 square foot home features turrets, chandeliers, ornate fireplaces and stained glass windows. There are also 11 bedrooms, a library, a theater and a two-bedroom coachhouse. Los Angeles Times

House prices in Australia have started the year at a slower pace than in 2021

Home values ​​across Australia rose 1.1% in January after ending last year in a slump. On a yearly basis, home prices jumped 22.4%, the highest annual growth rate since 1989, leaving the country’s typical home about A$130,000 (US$92,447) more expensive than it only was in early 2021, according to data from CoreLogic. Brisbane was the city with the highest monthly house price increases in January, rising 2.5% to A$809,813. “Early indications are that housing markets are starting 2022 with a similar trend to what we saw at the end of last year. Values ​​are still rising globally, but nowhere near as fast as they were. in early 2021,” said CoreLogic Research Director Tim Lawless. The Sydney Morning Herald

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Forget big houses and swimming pools: these are the must-have features of 2022 [Realtor.com]

Mets owner Steve Cohen’s former New York penthouse toppled for millions [New York Post]

The pandemic is reshaping the way people style homes [news.com.au]

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