Aside from the bedrooms and bathrooms, whoever purchases the property will get their own marina, walnut flooring, granite countertops and propane fireplaces.
Hollywood's yen for distinctive personal transportation has crowned some unlikely status symbols.
When in 2002 Mercedes-Benz first imported the G-500, the carmaker's luxury-spec'd version of the boxy Gelandewagen military truck sold nearly double its allocation thanks to Hollywood's buzz-enhancing embrace: Diane Keaton bought one; Brad Pitt bought .
As gaggles of students cram themselves into tiny apartments shared with far-too-many roommates this week, it’s good to take a moment and look at how the one percent are living.
Like gold mining baron Bradley Langille, who’s selling his unavoidable Northwest Arm mansion.
But this book definitely got the ball rolling for me.