A Menage Of The Most Expensive Homes Sales of The Year

An Upper East Side mansion sold for $47 million.

After rumors that the billionaire Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheik Hamad  bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani, had purchased several blockbuster properties in  Manhattan, The New York Post reported that the Sheikh had actually purchased a 71st  Street townhouse in June for $47 million. the  21,000-square-foot home, which had at one time been listed for $75 million.

aby rosen qatar mansion

A mansion in Miami sold for $47 million.

A 30,000-square-foot mansion located in Indian Creek Village in Miami sold  for $47 million to an unnamed foreign buyer in August. It had initially been  listed for $60 million.

miami mansion

A unit at One57 sold for just under $50 million.

Billionaire fashion tycoon Lawrence Stroll, who, along with partner Silas  Chou took Michael Kors public in 2012, paid  “just under $50 million”for a full-floor unit at soon-to-open luxury  highrise One57 in September.

one57 view from 86th floor

A unit at One57 sold for just over $50 million.

Hong Kong billionaire  and fashion tycoon Silas Chou, half the team that took fashion brand  Michael Kors public earlier this year, paid “just over $50 million” for a  full-floor unit above the 80th floor at One57 in September.

one57 rendering lobby

#1 A Montana ranch listed for $132.5 million was sold.

Billionaire St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke bought  the 123,000-acre Broken O Ranch in Montana in November. While the final sale  price was not revealed, if Kroenke paid anywhere near the $132.5 million asking  price, it would have been by far the biggest residential real estate sale in the  U.S. this year. It was sold by the estate of William and Desiree Moore, the late  founders of the Kelley-Moore Paint Company.

broken o ranch

 

 

 

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