With 47 years in the books, the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction is one of Scottsdale's most highly anticipated events of the year. This year over 1,600 collector cars graced the auction block raising $6.21 million for charity.
Of the many reasons Scottsdale owns a claim to fame, the city just east of state capital Phoenix is perhaps most well-known for being a golfer’s paradise. Whether you’re swinging away from the pro tees or the lady’s box, Scottsdale has an unending array of nine and eighteen-hole courses suited to meet the needs of any handicap.
During the month of January, there’s one thing and one thing only on the minds of the Valley residents and visitors: Cars.
At the beginning of the year it’s all about the cars here, and if you doubt it, take one look at two of the season’s biggest events.
When it comes to weather, few states—if any—can compete with the ideal, year-round climate that Arizona affords. In Arizona, there is no “offseason.”
Outdoor activities abound whether it’s July or January, from mountain biking, trail running, to golf and skiing (yes, it snows in Arizona).
Our invitation stands as we tour you virtually throughout our favorite homes—if you want poolside living to be a part of your everyday life, you need to make an Arizona home your everyday residence.
With its sparkly, snow-dusted landscapes and cosy fireside nights, winter is a magical season to travel. Here, five surprising places to enjoy the best outdoorsy and indoorsy escapades of the season – plus pampering après-activity ideas to warm up with.
Failure to stick to a New Year’s resolution could be because of low motivation, but location could also be to blame. Neighborhoods with few fitness centers or several fast food restaurants can impede a person’s self-improvement goals, especially if enthusiasm is low at the start.
The Met is one of the world's largest and finest art museums. Its collection includes more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe. With 7.06 million visitors in 2016, it was the second most visited art museum in the world, and the fifth most visited museum of any kind.
In choosing a home site, the original owners of 5676 E Cheney Drive sought to accomplish two things:
Secure one of the highest sites in Paradise Valley so they could enjoy a serene home with unrivaled views of an endless landscape. And inspire an artistically-gifted builder to create a hillside home that tastefully reflected the strong features of Mummy Mountain.
Next week, November 13, Sotheby’s will hold an American Art sale in New York. Among the incredible pieces available for auction, artists the likes of Norman Rockwell, Georgia O’Keeffe, Ernest Blumenschein, Oscar Berninghaus, and Maynard Dixon are featured.
From the October 2017 edition of Art & Home, Iyna Bort Caruso shows us that mid-century modern architecture isn’t just having its moment. It’s having an extended renaissance. “It’s as if the mechanism that refreshes cultural trends every few years has developed a glitch,” wrote The New York Times.
Any place that calls itself paradise had better live up to the name, and this enclave perched between Scottsdale and Phoenix certainly seems to. Home to about a dozen posh resorts and a population of 14,000 with a median income of $150,000 (U.S.), the elegant town offers some of the most exclusive and luxurious real estate in Arizona.
From 30 November - 7 December, A Life of Luxury comes to Sotheby's – a curated week of auctions and events celebrating Jewels, Watches, Cars, Wine and Fashion. There will be no better moment to offer your property at Sotheby's than this December, when our top clients across all categories will be activated. To submit information about property you would like to consign, please click here.
Morocco has one of the world’s most diverse cuisines, counting Berber, Arab, French, Spanish and Portuguese cultures among its influences. And with borders reaching both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, it has a bounty not only of seafood, but also of the fruits and vegetables that thrive in a Mediterranean climate.
An abundance of carbon and finally, aeons of time, act in concert to create the raw, rough, rugged crystals that will eventually be transformed into these ravishingly rare and refined gemstones.