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Hidden Luxury Market Hot Spots

While Beverly Hills, Aspen and New York City are known playgrounds for the rich and famous, other luxury hot spots have managed to stay just under the radar to the national audience.

Home of the Week: Sweet Home Alabama

In our newest ‘Home of the Week’ we move from a waterfront home in Palm Coast, Florida to another phenomenal estate surrounded by water.

Home of the Week: A Beachfront Florentine Villa in Florida

In our newest ‘Home of the Week’ we move from a house made of rock to an impressive beach house in Palm Coast, Florida.

Home of the Week: Smooth Sailing in the British Virgin Islands

With temperatures hitting record lows throughout much of the country last week, we head to warmer waters this week with a visit to a once-in-a-lifetime home in the British Virgin Islands.

A Front Row Seat to the Versace Mansion Auction

Guest Blog Post by Jennifer McGuire Casa Casuarina, formerly known as the Versace Mansion, was auctioned off in South Beach yesterday for $41.5 million – a bargain in the eyes of most who have entered this palatial Miami icon. Listed by Coldwell Banker’s power team, The Jills, the mansion is as notorious for the decadent [...]

The New Playboy Mansion?

Playboy mogul and serial entrepreneur Hugh Hefner lives in one of America’s most famous homes, but he didn’t let that get in the way of buying a new $4.995 million place from Coldwell Banker recently.

Home of the Week: The Former Home of Music and Movie Royalty

What do Paul McCartney, Betty Grable and the Lion from the original Wizard of Oz have in common? Take a look at our “Home of the Week” to find out!

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Home of the Week: A Private Oasis on Tahiti Beach Island

With another winter storm headed our way in the day or so, let’s take a trip out of the cold and down south to a spectacular beachfront peninsula on ultra-exclusive Tahiti Beach Island listed by The Jills®

Previews Goes to Beacon Hill: Luxury Guide to Boston’s Most Historic Neighborhood

The cobblestone past of Boston’s Beacon Hill could practically be a history lesson in American high society. As one of the city’s oldest and most affluent neighborhoods, it was home to many of America’s first movers and shakers, including writers Louisa May Alcott and Robert Frost, artist John Singleton Copley, architect Charles Bulfinch and patriots and statesmen such as John Hancock, William Prescott and Henry Cabot Lodge

Americana The Beautiful: Historic Luxury Properties

The U.S. election might be over, but Previews Inside Out has nostalgia for all things Americana this week.