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Otto came from an affluent family in Germany, however when he came to the USA in the mid 1800’s, he was virtually broke.
Larry is from Nebraska, and has not let fame take him away from his roots. Drummond was a very successful rancher and trader in Oklahoma, and founded Oklahoma A&M University. Well, he is the President of the Pacers, located in Indianapolis, and likely owns Indiana’s most expensive address. The family offered fly fishing lessons, extreme outdoor excursions, and a host of wellness services. The only way to get to the property is by sea plane or boat. An attorney for Marty Nesbitt said Thursday that his client bought the property.
He has done well for himself, coming up from a “cable guy” to attracting audiences worldwide. He recently died at age 84, but his family had been ranching and trading with the Native American Osage Indians since the 1800’s. Seth Madorsky says Nesbitt didn’t have any partners or co-investors in the deal. Backstory: This estate sits proudly on South Carolina’s famous “Battery” row of mansions. Worth: .5 Million Backstory: Named for William Russell Grace, the New York City mayor who accepted the Statue of Liberty, built this Renaissance Revival-style mansion for his daughter in 1918. Worth: Million (estimated) Fallingwater is the name of a house built over a waterfall in southwest Pennsylvania.
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“Granot Loma,” is a random hodgepodge of letters from the names of Kaufman’s first three children and his wife’s name. Mac Donald is throwing in art and antiques he found traveling the globe including a Picasso watercolor, a three-panel poster by Toulouse-Lautrec and a mosaic from the floor of a Roman villa dating back to 450 AD. Bahre is selling because he wants to “downsize.” New Jersey The Old Frick Estate’s New “Stone Mansion.” Worth Million.