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As in Paris, the price per square meter in Antibes differs greatly from one sector to another. As usual, the records are achieved in the area of Cap d’Antibes and California, with villas currently for sale for more than 100 million euros.
While showing a decrease in the number of transactions for 4 months, this market continues to have its Riviera fans, especially on the part of foreign buyers. Of these, the Russians, more and more on the Riviera, seeking prestige properties, with a substantial budget: between 5 and 30 million euros. Their preference is clearly to the seafront and the properties located in Cap d’Antibes, Juan Les Pins, and of course, Cannes.
Looking for a holiday, they are interested in villas and new luxury apartments enjoying maximum security, overlooking the sea in search of a real estate investment, and they favor both three rooms, with a value between 1.5 and 3 million and located near the beaches, in Antibes, neighborhood center, Salis, and Ilette Rostagne, and Juan Les Pins pine forest.
It should be noted that short-term resale are common. The buyers are usually also the Russians who allow their dealers to achieve great gains… The British, who historically have a strong presence in Antibes, also influence the housing market, but very little, if at all, in the field of luxury goods, instead putting on sale for two years, the villas of Cap d’Antibes of Antibes. Nevertheless, the British continue to dominate in old Antibes and still occupy a prominent place on the rental market every season.
The French, meanwhile, are divided into three categories. Some are looking for homes with swimming pool in secure the heights of Antibes (Sun King), Juan les Pins, Golfe Juan Vallauris or, close to transport links and access to reach Nice and Sophia Antipolis. It is quite difficult for them to meet demands, given an average budget close to € 800,000 – which is often less than the existing offer (the criteria are applied, in fact, more often of property worth more than 1 million euros …). Classic, a retired customer rather has a preference for town centers in Antibes, the first sector Albert, Ilette, close to shops and beaches, and Juan Les Pins. Their budget often tops 1 million euros. Antibes attracts people looking for second homes and investors (retirement planning) which, with a budget of between 1 and 5 million euros, prefer homes near the sea, with spacious terraces.
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Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova has sold her 6,630-square-foot home on Miami Beach’s exclusive guard-gated Sunset Island for $7.4 million.
Ms. Kournikova, who won Grand Slam doubles titles in Australia in 1999 and 2002, paid $5 million for the seven-bedroom waterfront home in 2000, the same year she placed in the top 10 of the Women’s Tennis Association rankings. Most recently, Ms. Kournikova appeared as a trainer on the television show “The Biggest Loser.”
The property has about 150 feet of frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway, as well as a large dock that can accommodate a boat. In addition to the house, the property includes a two-story guesthouse, covered entertaining area and a coral-rock pool deck that surrounds a pool and Jacuzzi.
The tennis champion, who has been in a relationship with pop star Enrique Iglesias for about a decade, first listed the ivy-covered Mediterranean-style house last May, asking $9.4 million.
Coldwell Banker’s “The Jills,” Jill Eber and Jill Hertzberg, represented both Ms. Kournikova and the buyer; Ms. Eber declined to identify the buyer but said he or she was from South America.
Nobu Matsuhisa Buys In Los Angeles for $4.9 Million
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Nobu Matsuhisa has purchased an apartment in Los Angeles for $4.9 million. It was not officially listed for sale.
The 3,446-square-foot furnished apartment is on the 30th floor of the Century building and includes a 252-square-foot terrace and a private elevator. With three bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms, the apartment, designed by Marmol Radziner, has views of the ocean and the Hollywood Hills. There are wide-plank wood floors, a master suite with two bathrooms and a large great room with a polished silver travertine fireplace.
The 42-story Century building, which was designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, has four acres of landscaped private gardens. Candy Spelling, the widow of TV producer Aaron Spelling, purchased the building’s two-story penthouse for $35 million in December 2010.
Mr. Matsuhisa, who is originally from Japan, owns a restaurant company that includes the high-end Asian-fusion chain Nobu, which has dozens of locations world-wide.
Mr. Matsuhisa purchased the apartment through a trust from Related Cos., the developer and manager of the Century.
Home on Kauai’s Anini Beach Hits the Market Asking $24 Million
A beachfront home on Kauai has gone on the market for $24 million. The seller is Bill Jurika, a San Francisco-based private investment banker.
Mr. Jurika built the house with his wife, Michelle, and it was completed around 2005. The 9,000-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms and is on 1.3 acres, including 400 feet of beachfront along Anini beach. The Balinese-influenced home is built of concrete, wood-covered reinforced steel and coral stone imported from the Philippines, where Mr. Jurika grew up. The home has several covered verandas and Brazilian teak wood floors.
Mr. Jurika says he is selling partly because he and his wife have separated and are using it less than they used to. “It’s a dream home, you can’t replace it,” he says. “No matter what somebody paid me for it, it’s still going to be hard to leave it.”
Matt Beall of Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers has the listing.
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After recently being in charge of selling Michael Jackson‘s property during the auction, Coldwell Banker is still in the spotlight with artists. The global real estate network, Coldwell Banker indeed sold Rihanna‘s property for a staggering $ 5.03 million. This is a huge contemporary house with eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
Coldwell Banker, celebrities’ reference real estate network also just sold Jodie Foster‘s property a few weeks after that of Brad Pitt, for 8.3 million.