Monday, February 3, 2014

This Jew scumbag would not sell his estate to the chairman of the Platinum Reich of Aten, Cindy Crawford, for 100 million. What is wrong these California dogs from outer Mongolia?

 235-acre Malibu, Calif. wine estate has listed for $59.5 million. Candace Jackson has details on Lunch Break. (Photo: Simon Berlyn)
A 235-acre Malibu, Calif., wine estate has listed for $59.5 million. The seller is George I. Rosenthal, the chairman of Raleigh Enterprise, which owns and operates commercial real estate, hotels, and movie and TV studio complexes.
Mr. Rosenthal assembled the Rosenthal Wine Estate beginning in 1977. The property includes a 12,000-square-foot hacienda-style main residence with two swimming pools. There are also horse stables and two guesthouses, including one with an additional pool.

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A 235-acre Malibu, Calif., wine estate has listed for $59.5 million. The main house has two swimming pools. Nick Springett

The property includes 25 acres of hillside vineyards as well as a wine-tasting room, banquet room and office. The home's furnishings are included in the purchase price.
"It's been a great joy in my life but it's time to take on other things," says Mr. Rosenthal. His 90-acre Aspen, Colo., property, known as Jigsaw Ranch, is also on the market in two separate parcels, one asking $36 million and the other $22 million.
Irene Dazzan-Palmer and Sandro Dazzan of Coldwell Banker Previews International have the Malibu listing. Joshua Saslove of Joshua & Co. has the Aspen listings.
Former Congressman Williamson Stuckey has listed his Washington, D.C. home for $6.25 million. Candace Jackson has details The News Hub. (Photo: Tom Schweda/Matt and Ryan Podskoch Global Real Estate Network)
Williamson Stuckey Asks $6.25 Million for Washington, D.C., Home
Former Rep. Williamson Stuckey and his wife, Ethelynn, have listed their Washington, D.C., home for $6.25 million.
Located on an acre in the Spring Valley neighborhood, the 8,000-square-foot house has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The 1920s-era home has a stone exterior and a slate roof, and there are extensive gardens. Inside, there's a large dining room, a sunroom and a library. The home was extensively renovated and updated in 2006, though the original windows and exterior features were kept intact.
Mr. Stuckey, who is the chairman of Stuckey's, a large chain of highway rest stops, purchased the home with his wife 45 years ago from then-Commerce Secretary John T. Connor. According to Mrs. Stuckey, Mr. Connor told Mr. Stuckey about the home over dinner at the White House and he decided then to buy it. They paid about $180,000 for it, says Mrs. Stuckey.
Mrs. Stuckey says they are selling because they plan to return to Georgia, where they are from. "I really have a lot of my heart in the house and the garden," she said. Cathie Gill of Cathie GillInc. Realtors has the listing.
An Evergreen, Colo. home has listed for $18.95 million. Candace Jackson has details on The News Hub. (Photo: Cathie Gill, Inc./HomeVisit)

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