Archive for “April, 2019”

Platinum Luxury Auctions Posts Top-of-Market Prices

Platinum Luxury Auction Reaches Highest Prices with Recent Sales in Yelm, WA & Cabo, MEX

Miami-based auction house Platinum Luxury Auctions has posted top-of-market sales in its two most recent real estate auctions, according to the firm. On April 5th, Platinum sold a unique equestrian estate in Yelm, Washington for the highest price year-to-date in the city of Yelm. The following week, on April 13th, it sold an oceanside estate in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, at a price that is the highest in the oceanfront community of Pedregal within at least the past 14 months. The price of each sale will not be reported until the transactions close. Both auction sales were held “live” and in real-time on the respective property sites.

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Oceanside Estate in Cabo San Lucas Scheduled for Sale at Luxury Auction® this Sat, April 13th

multimillion-dollar estate in Mexico’s California Baja Sur that was once asking $10 million will now be sold at a live auction without reserve on Saturday, April 13thMiami-based real estate auction house Platinum Luxury Auctions is managing the auction sale of the property in cooperation with Snell Real Estate, an Engel & Völkers affiliate serving as the listing brokerage of record. Sales associate Cindy Stanford is representing Snell in the transaction. Bidders who wish to participate in the sale must register with Platinum by a deadline of 5pm PT on Thursday, April 11th.

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40-Acre Horse Farm Comes With Olympic-Sized Arena—And a Doomsday Bunker

Bidders on a 40-acre horse farm one hour south of Seattle have the chance to live a life of luxury—even if the apocalypse strikes.

Trinity Farm, an equestrian estate in Yelm, Washington, with an indoor pool and a three-bedroom, air-tight bunker, heads to a live auction on Friday afternoon without reserve. Previously asking $5 million, the five-bedroom main mansion and its numerous outbuildings will sell to the highest bidder regardless of price.

The property has all the bells and whistles of a multi-million-dollar horse farm, including an Olympic-sized indoor arena with highly prized Attwood composite footing, paddocks and acres of riding fields. The custom-built estate also has a helipad, snail-shaped motor court and an open floor plan that flows into a sun-drenched, glass conservatory.