Last night the stars were out in full effect at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Coldwell Banker rolled out its #BlueCarpet strategy with an ad on the awards show so we thought we’d dedicate our weekly real estate headlines post on some of the incredible homes in the nominated TV shows and movies from last night’s Golden Globes.
You can say a great many things about Ernest Hemingway: he was a gifted writer, extremely hot-tempered, passionate and maybe even a little bit crazy – but one thing is for certain, he sure had great taste in real estate. ‘Finca Vigia’, the home Hemingway & Gellhorn purchased together in 1939 is a classic Cuban home that sits atop a hillside just outside of Havana. See why the couple had great taste in real estate!
The Golden Globes are considered to be Hollywood’s ultimate awards show where the stars mingle in a setting not often seen by those from the outside. But before the Golden Globes resided at the Beverly Hills Hilton there was another home to some of Hollywood’s elite. A home owned by the one and only Frank Sinatra.
TV sitcoms have often taken us inside the homes of fictional families where the residence is often as much a character as the people. The homes of the Brady Bunch, the Huxtables and even The Fresh Prince of Bel Air are sets that conjure up instant images of rooms where the families solved problems, laughed and became the focal point of their lives.