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Filled with 23,000 certified organic lemon trees and 1,000 olive trees imported from Italy, the ranch also houses a 51-acre exotic animal preserve, two gun ranges, a greenhouse, a wine gazebo, and a private lake.
And somehow, there's more. Also included are a two-story guesthouse, an art studio and gallery, dog kennels, an equestrian center, a 2,200-square-foot garage, a 2,200-square-foot workshop, and a 2,100-square-foot "employee triplex," according to the listing.
Bette Midler has sold her massive Upper East Side penthouse, which was last listed for $50 million. The entertainer and her husband, Martin von Haselberg, first bought the 14-room triplex at 1125 Fifth Avenue in the late 1990s, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the sale. Taking up the top three levels of the Emery Roth-designed co-op, the residence measures 7,000 square feet with an additional 3,000 square feet of outdoor terraces.
Natural light can take a space from average to amazing, and that is definitely the case at this Tribeca penthouse. Located at the condo 19 Murray Street, the five-bedroom triplex has eight skylights, as well as a landscaped roof deck and a balcony. Listed for $6,495,000, the home has a cool, contemporary feel and plenty of bonus space.
A condo in Jersey City has hit the market for $5.488 million, becoming the most expensive penthouse ever listed in the city. The Villa at the Oakman Condominiums at 160 First Street has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, and an incredible split-level outdoor terrace that measures 2,300 square feet and boasts a private heated infinity pool. Completed in 2016, Oakman rises 15 stories, contains 159 units, and is located just a few blocks from the Grove Street PATH station, making for an easy commute to Manhattan.
Description: The collection of Hebrew manuscripts of the Zurich collector René Braginsky is generally considered to be one of the largest private collections of Hebrew manuscripts in the world. It also contains a fair number of fine early printed books. The collection does not only contain codices from before and after the invention of printing, but also several hundred illuminated marriage contracts and Esther scrolls. In 2009, some hundred highlights from the collection were curated into a traveling exhibition, which was shown in Amsterdam, New York, Jerusalem, Zurich, and Berlin. Since 2014 e-codices is making documents of the collection online available. The project is generously supported by the René and Susanne Braginsky Foundation. 2b1af7f3a8