Two lavish Japanese residences, one in the coveted Hiroo district of Tokyo and the other in the resort town of Atami, will be sold next month via Concierge Auctions, marking the auction house’s first foray in the country.
Both AMOMA-branded residences were developed by Fuin Holdings, headquartered in Hong Kong and Tokyo. One of them, The AMOMA Atami Estate, has never been on the market before and will be auctioned online from March 25-30 with a presale estimate of between $15 million and $30 million. The other, AMOMA Hiroo Residence 3, has been listed for $19 million. It is expected to fetch between $13 million and $20 million during the same auction.
Situated on an ancient and volcanic hillside in Atami, known for its natural hot springs and onsen baths, The AMOMA Atami Estate has 5,261 square feet of living space with interiors reimagined by Hong Kong-based interior designer André Fu. The estate features a swimming pool, a traditional tea house and Japanese gardens, according to Concierge.
Meanwhile, the Tokyo property spans a total of 4,021 square feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Its interior was designed by Tokyo-based Wonderwall in collaboration with Liaigre, the French design house of haute couture interior furniture.
Both AMOMA properties are available for showings daily by appointment, and for private virtual showings, Concierge Auctions said.
This will mark the first auction in Japan for the Texas-based luxury real estate auction house, which has a presence in more than 30 countries to date.
“These homes have never been lived in. Both homes are coming to market for the first time directly from the developer—providing a first-ever market experience for these homes is an exciting global endeavor and a first for Concierge in Japan, Chad Roffers, president of Concierge Auctions, said in a statement.
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