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One of San Francisco’s famous Victorian Painted Ladies is for sale.

San Francisco’s Pink Lady, a Wyoming ranch that a South Dakota cowboy bought with his $232 million lottery winner, and a $34 million Florida penthouse that takes crypto – as listed by Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn. All three properties are featured this week at Photos with media permission available at:

San Francisco’s Pink Lady, $232 Million Wyoming Lottery Ranch & Florida Penthouse Takes Crypto

“What a South Dakota Cowboy Buys With His $232 Million Powerball Lottery Winnings”

In 2009, 23-year-old-cowboy Neal Wanless bought a Powerball ticket in the aptly named town of Winner, South Dakota on a routine trip to buy livestock feed. That ticket turned out to be one of the most lucrative in US lottery history – a $232.1 million jackpot. Trying to make a living in one of the nation’s poorest counties, the Wanless family had been down on their luck, their mobile home recently repossessed and falling behind on their taxes, when Neal’s stroke of luck turned their fortunes around. Among other ventures, the young man purchased a 47,883-acre ranch in Vale known as the Bismark Trail Ranch. Now married to a woman from Canada, Wanless has listed the ranch for sale at $37.5 million.

“San Francisco’s Pink Lady For Sale”

One of the most photographed sights in San Francisco is a row of pastel-colored Victorian homes sharing the gentle slope of Steiner Avenue above the gleaming skyline of the city’s bustling downtown. Known as the Painted Ladies of Postcard Row, the homes have their own Instagram and Twitter feed and have been featured in numerous movies and TV shows including Invasion of the Body Snatchers and Full House. Built between 1892 and 1895 by architect Matthew Kavanaugh, the “Seven Sisters” of Steiner Ave are some of only a handful of Victorians that survived the 1906 earthquake. A rare piece of San Francisco history presents itself with the listing of The Pink Painted Lady for sale at $3.55 million.

“$34 Million Florida Penthouse Takes Crypto – From Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn”

Born to strict parents in a small town in Texas, Christine Quinn always dreamed of more. She left home with only an eighth grade education and set off to make it on her own. Her hustle and confidence carried her to numerous acting roles and a modeling career. Discovering a passion for architecture and interior design, Christine transitioned to real estate, eventually returning to entertainment with her role on the reality series Selling Sunset. Together with her husband, Christian Dumontet, Christine has launched RealOpen, a platform that allows buyers to purchase homes using crypto currency. Offered at $33.9 million, the ultra-luxury penthouse at the 43-story skyscraper, Regalia, is the first South Florida property to be featured on the platform, and is offered directly to the crypto community. Regalia is one of the largest condos currently on the Florida market, with 10,755 square feet of indoor living plus 6,050 square feet of wraparound terrace.

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