|A multi million dollar Russian apartment! (above)|
In my perusing of multi million dollar awe inspiring homes from around the world…I decided this week to do a little compare and contrast of 5 different luxury homes in 5 different countries.
Russia, France, Italy, Spain and the United States. I know. I know. I wonder too. All of the time.:-) What does $10 million dollars buy you around the world as far as real estate?
See these luxury international real estate listings below (click on the location names to see the full listing) and let me know what you think:
So…which of these $10 million dollar homes would you buy or take? Is it unimaginative if I say I would take the Hollywood Hills house in Los Angeles…even though I live in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles (please note…I live in the smallest house possible in the Hollywood Hills actually not too far from this modern manse…would be an easy move…).
P.S. Thank you to 14 year old Rachelle Adamson for her shout out to COCOCOZY on her new blog called Seachelle’s Seashore. Click here for her post about COCOCOZY – Rachelle says COCOCOZY is one of her favorite blogs! Rachelle commented on one of the posts here on COCOCOZY saying she had written about tmine – I, of course, clicked over and was so pleased to find out that one of my readers is 14! Congrats Rachelle on your new blog!
P.P.S. Speaking of dashing (or “not so”) – Was dropping some clothes off at the cleaners when I got a lesson in life. I sashayed out of my car wearing a very cute short navy Rebecca Taylor laser cut flare dress and high high black Saint Laurent Tribtoo shoes and some very cool sunglasses. I thought I looked quite dashing – just to go to the cleaners if I do say so myself. Well as onlookers gawked and gazed probably thinking “Look at that stylish girl with a load of laundry in her hands” (or maybe not), I flung open the doors to the cleaners and proceeded to prance in…only to find that my 4 inch YSL’s had caught on the doorway. I tugged and pulled and the shoe wouldn’t come loose…I tried to gain my composure but then a dirty sock fell out of the pile (oops didn’t sort dry cleaning that well) and there I was, with a load of dirty clothes, caught in a doorway with a gym sock staring at me. I turned around to look at all of the gawkers and gazers…none of them were gawking (maybe they were never gawking actually)…they were all looking down and away from me with a smirk on their face. Note to self, never think you look like a movie star when heading into the cleaners with a pile of laundry…I know many of you probably suffer from this daily thought…just know that life will always remind you in subtle ways that you too are human – a lesson in being humble. Happy Tuesday!