La casa que inspiró y donde se escribió el cuento de ‘Peter Pan’, a la venta por 10 millones de euros

La mansión londinense en la que James Mathew Barrie vivía cuando escribió el cuento de ‘Peter Pan’ está en el mercado por 10 millones de euros. Esta vivienda unifamiliar situada frente a los jardines de Kensington, donde Barrie conoció a los hijos de la familia Llewelyn Davies –que le servirían de inspiración para los personajes de su obra–, aún conserva muchos de los detalles que el escritor plasmó en su libro.

De manera que quien pague el dineral que piden por la casa no solo se llevará una joya arquitectónica, sino que también será propietario de un pedacito del corazón de todos los que disfrutaron con la historia del niño que no quería crecer.

Adelante: conozca las seis mansiones más caras de la Florida

MIAMI.- Si tiene entre 35 y 60 millones de dólares, tal vez le interese conocer cuáles son las posibilidades para su nueva casa.

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MIAMI.- El estado de la Florida es famoso en todo el mundo por ser la capital de los cruceros, de la diversión, del Sol pero también de las mansiones de ricos y famosos que encuentran aquí un paraíso para disfrutar de sus fortunas.

Las seis mansiones más caras de la Florida se encuentran entre los 35 y 65 millones de dólares y todas tienen acceso al mar. Si les interesa alguna de ellas les cuento que tienen entre seis y nueve cuartos además de lujosas y extravagantes amenidades sin contar los taxes o impuestos anuales que en el caso de la más cara ascendieron a 279 mil 899 dólares en el 2013.

#La Romántica– Precio: $35,000,000     Dirección: 110 Arvida Pkwy, Coral Gables, FL 33156    Cuartos: 6    Baños: 9.5   Dimensión: 12,756 pies cuadrados   Taxes: $ 98,584   Año: 1993

#Casa Avatar–   Precio:      36,000,000   Dirección: 699 Ocean Blvd, Golden Beach, FL 33160   Cuartos: 8   Baños: 10.5   Dimensión: 4,419 pies cuadrados   Taxes: EXEMPTION   Año: 2014


# Casa Moderna– Precio: 37,000,000   Dirección: 5446 N Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33140   Cuartos: 8   Baños: 9   Dimensión: 13,000 pies cuadrados   Taxes: $179,606   Año: 2014

#La Rústica– Precio: 40,000,000   Dirección: 5800 N Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33140   Cuartos: 7   Baños: 9.5   Dimensión: 12,153 pies cuadrados   Taxes: $209,785   Año: 1929

# Perfecta para los amantes de animales–   Precio: 45,000,000   Dirección: 40 Star Island Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139   Cuartos: 7   Baños: 6   Dimensión: 87,991 pies cuadrados   Taxes: $220, 981   Año: 1925

#Para los amantes del sol-   Precio: 60,000,000   Dirección: 775 S Mashta Dr, Key Biscayne, FL 33149   Cuartos: 6   Baños: 8   Dimensión: 11,588 pies cuadrados   Taxes: $ 128,153   Año: 1991

* Adriel Reyes. Realtor y periodista, combina sus dos pasiones ayudando a la comunidad hispana a través de su propia revista digital, Real Estate Hispanos, dedicada fundamentalmente a ofrecer noticias y asesoría sobre bienes raíces en español. Tiene contactos en todas las ramificaciones del Real Estate: Asociación de Realtors de Miami, abogados, prestamistas, desarrolladores, compañías de título, diseñadores, entre otros. Puede contactarle escribiéndole a su email: o dejándole un comentario en esta sección.


Rent the Winklevoss Twins’ L.A. Party Pad for $150,000 Per Month


When it comes to Facebook, finishing second best wasn’t so bad after all.

Bitcoin investors, Facebook-progenitors and former Olympic rowers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are renting their minimalist Los Angeles mansion for a whopping $150,000 per month—and the social networking possibilities there are limitless. The sleek home is located in the Bird Streets area, tucked on a steep slope high above the Sunset Strip.

Straight out of a movie set, the massive modern five-bedroom, nine-bathroom estate is ideal for entertaining on a grand scale. You don’t rent this place merely to crash for the night. In fact, we’re not sure if any sleeping goes on in this house—unless it’s out of lust. The estate is a pure showstopper.

With easy open-air access via huge sliding glass doors, an L-shaped negative-edge swimming pool, terraces, a tanning-shelf, a lounge with wet bar, media room and jaw-dropping panoramic “jetliner views” of L.A., this home is primed for partying all the time.

The home features polished slab limestone floors throughout the sprawling interconnected spaces, which includes five en-suite bedrooms, an office/library with custom-crafted built-in storage, and a combination kitchen/dining/living area so large it looks abandoned when not used. Clearly this area isn’t the home’s most important space in which to hang out. But it’s nice, and there when necessary.

The 8,000-square-foot contemporary home is immaculately manicured, boasting extensive floor-to-ceiling transparent glass and spaces so wide open, twins could host an “Unthink” rally (antisocial networking group) or an “I Hate Mark Zuckerberg” party for nearly everyone in L.A. not on Facebook.

The Winklevosses (or Winklevi, as tandemly teased in the Oscar-winning The Social Network film) could probably practice rowing in the pool. The space could host a holiday party for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Angels, Lakers, Clippers, and Kings, and still have room leftover. The eventual renter could comfortably ride a bike through the home—and by bike we mean a Harley Davidson. It’s that big and open. The house should be converted into L.A.’s coolest nightclub.

Not exactly warm and cozy (sans the pool and fancy modern fireplaces), the home almost looks staged by two Alpha male perfectionists—down to the James Bond 007 scenes on the massive TV wall and underground garage for six luxury cars or even more crew racing shells.

The Winklevoss Facebook settlement with Mark Zuckerberg elevated the twins to the top 1%.
The venture capitalist identical twin brothers who claimed their Harvard classmate Zuckerberg stole their idea for Facebook (and eventually settled for $65 million), bought the home in 2012 for $18 million (not bad for pseudo-inventors). Even though Zuckerberg’s determination sealed their legacy, the twins and Zuckerberg aren’t likely Facebook friends.

We can only wonder where and how the Winklevoss twins upgraded after this home. But we’re sure the trailer of the next James Bond film is paused on their new media room(s).


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A Look Inside LeBron James’ $9 Million Coconut Grove Manse

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By Kristin Tablang

Ever wish you could step inside the home of an NBA megastar? Well now, you can (sort of).

Scroll down for a photographical tour inside LeBron James’ stupefying, six-bedroom, 8.5-bath home, minus its furnishings—purchased by the Miami Heat baller back in 2010 for $9 million ($3 million below its original asking price).

Located at 3590 Crystal View Court, the awesome 10,000-square-foot mansion is the fourth most expensive home amongst NBA players. Ideally placed in close proximity to the American Airlines Arena, where the Heat plays its home games, the three-story estate touts amazing ocean views from every room and a jaw-dropping master suite sweetened by a wide balcony overlooking gleaming Biscayne Bay.

The plush digs’ enviable amenities include… a wine cellar… a breathtaking infinity pool… and a dock big enough to accommodate not one, but two 60-foot yachts.


Khloe Kardashian Buys Justin Bieber’s Gigantic LA Mansion


Khloe Kardashian reportedly just purchased Justin Bieber’s LA party pad for upwards of $6.5M (what the celeb originally paid for the home in April 2012). The seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom spread looks like it was plucked straight from the Mediterranean, complete with courtyards and tons of picturesque arches.

The 10,000-square-foot residence sits on 1.28 acres of manicured lawns with impeccable landscaping, offering spectacular views of the surrounding scenery. Inside, the home offers a double-height living room with dark wood accents, a home theatre, several fireplaces, a kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances and an impressive oven range, a stunning bathroom with custom stonework and a roomy tub, and tile and hardwood flooring throughout the house.


Billionaire Charles Koch Buys $5.25 Million Property in LA


By Allie Early

Billionaire Charles Koch just purchased this attractive modern manse in the Pacific Palisades’ Rustic Canyon area. Offering 5,493 square feet, two stories, five bedrooms and 5.5 baths, this immaculate listing is sure to be a great new residence and entertaining spot!

Inside, the home boasts a stone-floored entrance hall, floor-to-ceiling windows, a center island kitchen, a family room and high ceilings. The property’s small backyard also offers a gorgeous pool, entertaining deck, barbeque station and outdoor fireplace.


Rihanna’s $12 Million Pacific Palisades Mansion for Rent


About a year ago singer Rihanna invested $12 million dollars for an impressive estate in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles. The tropical 1000m² (11,000 sq. ft.) property features 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, a movie theater, a spacious living room and a luxurious kitchen. Built in 2012 and equipped with a fantastic pool, a spa area, an exotic garden and a sun deck, the object provided the perfect spot for Rihanna’s legendary parties. Due to Rihannas busy schedule and several break-ins she recently moved out, renting a condo in Manhattan instead. She is offering her dream home for rent asking for $65,000 a month.


AOL Co-Founder Marc Seriff Lists Retreat on Horseshoe Bay

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As co-founder of AOL, Marc Seriff brought Internet exploration to desktops across the United States. For many of us, America Online represented a whole new world, a dial-up golden age full of news, email and chat rooms.

Seriff, who served as AOL’s senior vice president and chief technology officer until 1996, has listed a waterfront mansion in Horseshoe Bay, TX. Candy Evans of Candy’s Dirt reports that Seriff is asking a cool $7.5 million for the Marble Falls property.

Built in 1997, the sprawling seven-bedroom, eight-plus-bathroom mansion boasts a whopping 11,761 square feet on Lake Lyndon B. Johnson. The home enjoys sprawling views of the lakefront via floor-to-ceiling Pella windows. Other interior highlights include hardwood flooring, “lavish” plaster walls, and a pair of master suites.

In addition to a boathouse, infinity pool and a solarium, Evans keys in on a few other luxury amenities found within the multimillion-dollar property:

“There is an immense game room with its own private catering entrance and a fully equipped bar, billiard zone, and a roomy cinema/entertainment area. Located at the far end of this is the regulation sized racquetball court – complete with high-impact glass spectator wall, separate temperature control and an adjacent locker room with a steam shower.”

A noted Texas Longhorns fan, Seriff and his wife retired to Texas in 1996 and have been splitting time between the Horseshoe Bay mansion and a condo in downtown Austin. In addition to his work with AOL, Seriff has served as director of IntelliHome, CEO of Eos Management and director of U.S. Online Communications. He was also one of the first employees of Telenet Communications.


Drew Barrymore Sells Montecito Wedding Mansion


By Ann Brenoff
Actress Drew Barrymore has sold the Montecito estate where she and art consultant Will Kopelman were wed, real estate sources told The Huffington Post. The property sold for $6.35 million; Barrymore bought it in 2010 for $5.7 million. Barrymore listed it in May at $7.5 million and reduced it twice.

The two-story 1937 traditional home sits on two private acres and has six bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, more than 6,000 square feet and lots of parking. The grounds also contain a separate two-story guest house and loads of rose bushes, flowering trees and fruit trees, according to the listing. But no word on who the buyer is or where Barrymore is going.

Fuente: The Huffington Post,

Sean Combs Lists $10.9M Residence with Art Collection


By Allie Early

Sean Combs’s home has seen the ups and downs of his career (and several name changes, we might add…), and now it has returned to the market for $10.9M.

The home was built in 1998, and it is located within the gated community of Summit on beautifully manicured acreage. The property includes a collection of artwork, a two-story foyer, chef’s kitchen, media room, family room, seven bedrooms, seven-and-a-half baths, iPad-controlled lighting and heating system, pool, spa and more.