The Bahamas Little Ragged Island auction, a Long Island equestrian estate seen in Wolf of Wall Street, and a new Bel Air home from the co-founder of the internet coupon-clipping company, Honey
U.S. Real Estate News: Bahamas Island Auction, 'Wolf of Wall Street' Equestrian Estate & Bel Air Honey Mansion
"Honey Founder's $150 Million Bel Air Mansion"
One of the country's most expensive listings just came on the Los Angeles market. Priced at $150 million, the brand new Bel Air contemporary includes almost 21,000 square feet and 360-degree views from the city and ocean to the mountains. The seller is the co-founder of the internet coupon-clipping company, Honey, which sold to PayPal in 2020 for $4 billion. The home is listed with Aaron Kirman of the Aaron Kirman Group at Compass.
"A Bahamas Island You Can Own"
For anyone who wants to live like Nicolas Cage, David Copperfield, Johnny Depp, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, who own their own islands in the Bahamas, the 721-acre Little Ragged Island is going to auction. Little Ragged Island, also known as St. Andrews, is currently listed at $14.5 million, a pristine island located on the southernmost part of the Bahamas with miles of sandy beach and the Bahamas' calm, blue waters. The property will sell with "no reserve" to the highest bidder regardless of price. The auction runs from July 25th to July 29th at Sotheby's casothebys.com website. Buyers can bid remotely from almost anywhere in the world.
"Wolf of Wall Street Equestrian Estate Asks $10 Million"
A Long Island mansion and equestrian estate that has been a prominent player in the thoroughbred race horse business is for sale at $10 million. The listing, which includes a 15,000-square-foot home and 10-stall horse stable, was also a film site for several movies and television programs, including Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio and episodes of the TV series Elementary. Located about 30 minutes from New York's Belmont Park near Manhattan and the Hamptons, the Mill Neck property includes the six-bedroom home on five acres of rolling pasture, lawn and trees, an apartment and tack room, paddocks and a riding ring. About 100 race-winning horses have trained at the facility. The estate is listed with Regina Rogers of Douglas Elliman.
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