Mansion Global Daily: Spain’s Balearic Islands are a multi-million euro home attraction

Melbourne, Australia, the home visited by King Charles and Princess Diana gets a price cut

A nearly 100-year-old mansion in Melbourne, Australia, that once hosted King Charles and Princess Diana, has taken A$600,000 off its price guide ($383,238). The home was listed a year ago with a guide price of between A$4.8m and A$5.2m, but after the price cut it is now asking between A$4.2m and A$4.6m. The then Prince and Princess of Wales visited the property during their Australian tour in 1985, and King Charles had previously stayed there for six months while studying at Geelong Grammar School in 1966. Built in 1928, the house has six bedrooms and four bathrooms. Nine.com.au

Towers at the Domino Sugar Refinery in New York are nearing completion

The pair of skyscrapers at the Domino Sugar Refinery redevelopment site on the Brooklyn waterfront have reached their full heights of 550 feet and 450 feet. The porcelain-clad towers are the first residential skyscrapers completed by Manhattan-based Selldorf Architects, and are part of the masterplan for the Domino Sugar Factory, an 11-acre complex designed by SHoP Architects and developed by Two Trees Management. “We are interested in designing buildings that are beautiful and comfortable places to live in but also contribute to the urban fabric and overall quality of life in the city,” said studio founder Annabelle Selldorf. seas

NFL wide receiver Jarvis Landry buys a buyer for his Florida home

NFL wide receiver Jarvis Landry has sold his Plantation, Florida home for $1.25 million. The four-bedroom waterfront residence measures just under 3,000 square feet and features a gorgeous white interior. In addition to 121 feet of lake frontage, the property has a backyard hot tub and a three-car garage. Landry, 30, most recently played for the New Orleans Saints. Realtor.com

Spain’s Balearic Islands are a multi-million euro home hotspot

The Balearic Islands are home to the most homes worth more than €1 million in all of Spain, according to real estate portal Idealista. The most expensive mansion in the archipelago is a mansion of more than 22,000 square feet in the Andratx port of Majorca that commands nearly €25 million (US$26.9 million). Followed by a house in Cala Fenice, also in Mallorca, with a value of 24 million euros. And despite the eight-figure prices, neither of them rank as the most expensive in Spain, a title that goes to a €35m property on the mainland in Las Lomas, Marbella. Mallorca Daily Bulletin

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