Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Leona Helmsley's $125 Million Weekend Home For Sale

What kind of coin does a (dead) person have to make to buy this $125 million estate? This 23,000 sf estate on 40 acres is also known as Dunnellen Hall. Of course Your Mama got hold of this news and describes the real estate billionare as the " 'Queen of Mean' who epitomized 1980s consumerist greed, but the lurid lipped and bug eyed bee-hawtcha sure knew how to choose, buy and hang on to a prime piece of real estate." So eloquent is Your Mama.

You think there's anyone in Dallas with this kind of cash? If you think of someone and know how to reach them, call me.

1 comment:

  1. US metropolitan areas are reporting lower median existing home prices, due to a high level of foreclosures and short sales, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors.