Would you like a home on South Carolina’s Kiawah island? How about one with tons of office space and a humidor for cigar storage?Very attractive, of course, even more so because it’s on sale.
Former Golman Sachs Partner Jeffrey Weingarten has reduced the price of his vacation home from $26 million to $18 million, according to the WSJ.
And he’s also chaged broker. The house used to be listed with Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty and now it’s with Cynthia Noble.
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