Showing posts from November, 2012

Top California Real Estate for Sale: Luxury Homes

Looking for the best of the best in terms of top homes? The mansion you are looking for may be on this list. Here is the highest quality California real estate currently for sale. Pacific Heights 2901 Broadway St San Francisco, CA 94115 $34,000,000 8 bedrooms 7.5 bathrooms Pacific Union International 23660 Malibu Colony Road Malibu, CA $18,950,000 5 bedrooms 8 bathrooms Westside Estate Agency Picacho Lane Montecito's Golden Quadrangle $34,000,000 Rebecca Riskin and Associates

Here's a Great Holiday Gift: Abe Lincoln's Autograph for $900,000

A Civil War related document signed by President Abraham Lincoln is up for sale, available from the Raab Collection in Philadelphia. The document is dated is dated April 19, 1861. It is offered at a reasonable $900,000 . The document involved the blockade of blockades of Confederate ports. This strategy was considered an act of war.

Would You Pay $20.1 million for a One Bedroom House?

Imagine a 10,000 square foot mansion with only one bedroom. This was the Los Angeles home of Hollywood producer Richard Zanuck, and according to the The Wall Street Journal , it sold for $20.1 million. Although the house has just one bedroom, it also has a movie theater, a tennis court, an Arnold Schwarzenegger designed gym, plus two guest houses. The house is located in Beverly Park, a gated community. The buyer's name was not disclosed. Richard Zanuck House - Powered by: Celebrity House Pictures 2012 Holiday Shopping List

It's time to create your shopping lists. Here are some great luxury gifts for your friends and relatives. These would also make great gifts for you so give this list to your friends and relatives, showing them what you would like to have for the holidays. 1. A private paradise island off the Florida Keys for only $12,000,000. 2. Buy your own town in Montana and become a mayor. 3. Your own personal submarine . Price? If you have to ask, you can't afford it. 4. Two pennies? Yes, a 1792 Silver Center penny for $1.15 million. And a 1943 penny made with bronze , minted in San Francisco. It is only one of four pennies of this type, as all others that year were made with steel. 5. Edvard Munch's " The Scream ", one of the most famous paintings in the art world. $119,922,500. 6. Parking space in New York City: $1 Million 7. A trip to Mars . Make your reservation now. 8. Not one but two cars : a Koenigsegg Agera at $2.1 million and the Aston

Wizard of Oz Dress Hammered at almost Half a Million Dollars

At Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, the dress that Judy Garland wore in the famous Wizard of Oz movie, was auctioned off at $480,000 . The buyer was not disclosed. The outfit, described as a blue and white gingham pinafore dress, was made by Adrian Greenberg, noted MGM costume designer.