Only one network of agents represents the longest standing tastemaker in the world. In the spirit of innovation, an exceptional luxury real estate company bearing the Sotheby’s name was launched in 1976. Beyond the beautiful properties and the personal touch of our agents, only one brand can deliver a lifestyle that caters to you. With a network of homes for sale worldwide, our website lets you search property listings globally, and includes a large inventory of luxury homes for sale, including houses, condos, townhomes, villas, and more.


In the heart of London on New Bond Street in 1744, an exceptional auction house was born. That house built a revered tradition of uniting collectors with world-class works of art and marketing the world’s most cherished possessions—a tradition that, now over two centuries old, provides authentic knowledge comparable to none.


Not only can we help you sell your fine residences, we can also help sell your most treasured possessions. Our affiliation with the Sotheby’s Auction House allows us to assist you in selling art, antiquities, jewelry, wine, automobiles and other collections. By offering exceptional client service, we can intimately connect those people who share a true passion for objects that are unique and rarely available.

Recently, a client whose home we offered for sale expressed interest in selling a 1989 Helen Frankenthaler painting from her impressive private art collection. With Thomas Netzel’s relationship at the Sotheby’s Auction House, we were able to connect the property owner to the leading experts in the art world to sell her post-modern painting named “Somnambulist”.

Somnambulist was first displayed at the Sotheby’s Gallery in East Hampton, NY along side other highly important works by such renowned artists including Jackson Pollack and Lee Krasner. The painting was then shipped to the Sotheby’s Auction House in New York City, where it will be offered at the Sotheby’s, September 2022 Contemporary Curated event. This event features works by several trailblazing artists who define the postwar period including Willem de Kooning, Lynda Benglis, Andy Warhol and Philip Guston, as well as innovative players on the forefront of contemporary art including, Julie Mehretu, Dana Schutz, Stanley Whitney and George Condo.

HELEN FRANKENTHALER – Somnambulist, signed, titled, and dated ’89 on the reverse. This acrylic on canvas painting, which measures 74 ½ by 62 inches, was acquired by our client directly from Helen Frankenthaler in 1995. Somnambulist was one of the artist’s favorite pieces painted late in that decade, as it hung in her personal residence.