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The topic of dream listings is oft discussed within the caverns of Curbed HQ—which properties or houses would be a real estate editor's dream to write about and, well, a real estate blog reader's dream to read about. Sure, there have been quite a few blockbusters to pop up within the last couple of years: the $90M Woolworth mansion in NYC, the $75M Tranquility estate near Vegas, Candy Spelling's $150M Beverly Hills mansion, and so on. But what about storied properties like Twin Palms, Frank Sinatra's Palm Springs getaway? You can rent that for a night, but it's not listed for sale. The White House was been valued at $250M and even has a page on Zillow, but obviously—well, duh. Continue the thread in the comments—anything and everything goes.
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