Looking for the perfect summer getaway? Want to know all the latest in-home wellness trends, or what it takes to become an icon of luxury? This, and much more, graces the pages of the latest issue of the flagship publication from Long & Foster | Christie’s International Real Estate that inserted into the Wall Street Journal on April 27. As always, you will also find an incredible selection of luxury properties, from New Jersey to North Carolina, represented by Long & Foster | Christie’s award-winning agents.
The new issue of Luxury Homes magazine includes articles by and interviews with Long & Foster’s own Jeff Detwiler, Boomer Foster and Gary Scott, who share their insights on market trends and performance. It also features an in-depth profile of Ulysse Nardin, the historic Swiss watchmaker still operating from the same modest building in Le Locle for nearly 175 years. Readers will get an inside look at the company and hear directly from its president about the future of luxury watchmaking and why history matters so much in this competitive space.
Another feature focuses on jewelry and the impact modern shopping is having on a traditional luxury business. Experts, diamond purveyors and Washington, D.C. business owners offer up their takes on the evolving industry and why the Internet has created positive change but the principals of high-end jewelry buying endure.
The aforementioned stunning collection of luxury homes for sale across the Mid-Atlantic includes beautiful imagery and details along with a 20-page feature woven into our property pages about the top coastal destinations from Avalon to St. Michael’s. It’s sure to get your summer plans in motion as the warmer weather arrives.
Enjoy the summer 2019 issue of Long & Foster | Christie’s International Real Estate’s Luxury Homes magazine at longandfoster.com/luxmag.