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Luxury Real Estate News: 22 May 2010 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

by Marquette Turner

in Features, MT eMagazine, News & Views, Variety

Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine


Welcome to the latest edition of the MTLH eMagazine.  In this week’s issue we take a look at how the Thai economy is weathering the political instability in Bangkok, plus there’s features on the New York townhouse of top Hollywood actress Julianne Moore, the first modernist house in Britain, the new tax for New South Wales property purchasers, plus tips on how to hide the dings in wooden furniture, stunning homes in Cairns, Costa Rica and Koh Samui, plus the usual wrap-up of news making headlines around the world. Enjoy and all the best,  Michael Marquette & Simon Turner.

“Always do sober what you said you’d do drunk: that’ll teach you to keep your mouth shut.”
– Ernest Hemmingway

Thailand: Business as Usual?
With tensions at a peak in Bangkok, we look under the surface of the news reports and see the resilience of Thai citizens and institutions.

Waterfront Home with Rainforest Views near Cairns
This wonderful home on Bluewater Harbour, has both canal and rainforest views.  Recently featured on Sky Business Channel, and with an award winning kitchen, this Queensland home is offered for sale at high $2 million’s – low $3 million’s AUD.

Inside Julianne Moore’s New York Home
Located in West Village, the townhouse of the multi-Oscar and Golden Globe nominated-actress of such movies as Jurassic Park and The Hours, is up for sale.

Fix Dings in Wooden Furniture
It’s not an old wives tale.  Simply use a walnut to hide those unsightly scrapes and dents.

Horizon Villas in Koh Samui, Thailand
Starting from under $400,000 USD, these waterfront and garden villas are great value, excellently designed and superbly finished.

Something New for New South Wales: Another Tax
On top of stamp duty, NSW home buyers face yet another tax in a poorly-timed, revenue raising effort by the state government.

The First Modernist Home in Britain
Ahead of its time and having been threatened with demolition, the first true modern home in Britain is a national treasure and for sale.

Global Real Estate Headlines
A synopsis of news that made the headlines around the world last week.

Pacific Ocean Estate in Costa Rica
Recently completed and fully-furnished, this wonderful Tuscan-styled villa in Guanacaste is for sale at $1.2 million USD with vendor finance available.

Issue #17

We feature 6 cities in Europe that are situated precariously, but amazingly on cliff faces, plus there’s Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi, we look at the top sale in Australia for 2010 so far, as well as some awesome glow in the dark outdoor furniture. There’s also stunning properties in Costa Rica and Australia as well as the new W Residences in Koh Samui, Thailand. We also feature a wrap up of the global headlines from the last week.

Thanks for joining us!

Michael Marquette & Simon Turner

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ISSUE # 18, 2010


Featured Homes

Koh Samui, Thailand

Florida, USA

Esterillos, Costa Rica

Lady Bay, South Australia

Koh Chang, Thailand

Coral Coast, Fiji

Stockton, Australia

Kalamalka Lake, Canada

Noosa, Australia

Taranaki, New Zealand

Cape Town, South Africa

Airlie Beach, Australia

Koh Yao Noi, Thailand

Bora Bora, Tahiti

Rhode Island, USA

Hawaii, USA

Pebble Beach, Australia

Santa Fe, USA

Brisbane, Australia

Crete, Greece

Hawaii, USA

Look Further…

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