In Paris, put up for sale one of the most expensive houses in Europe

19.11.2010 16:48
Company Christie's Great Estates started the procedure of selling one of the most expensive real estate in Europe - a mansion in Paris, located on the Avenue Foch. The offer price is $ 140 million<br /><br />This exclusive property was built in 1912 for the Duchesse de Montmorency. The mansion boasts an interior that envy of many museums: the antique furniture and utensils, several fireplaces, luxurious wood and marble floors, massive crystal chandeliers, columns with Corinthian, gilded stucco work and ceiling in the dining room, painted by the famous French Post-Impressionist painter Henri Rousseau.<br /><br />The house has 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, a separate area for workers, according to RBC-Real Estate.<br /><br />November general was "fruitful" month for real estate market sverhelitnoy world. Earlier this month in London for sale were displayed several houses cost from $ 65 million to $ 100 million in facilities located near Cornwall Terrace, near Regent's Park. They are between five and seven bedrooms, a total area of 700-1300 square meters. pm Vendors are counting primarily on interest from UAE nationals, Russia and China.<br /><br />In the U.S., meanwhile, was put up for sale mansion, requested a cost of $ 84 million facility, located in Palm Beach, Florida, has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms, which is quite a bit for such housing. On the other hand, the area of the master bedroom is 370 square meters. m, which is comparable to the average size of the villa.<br /><br />The house also has a dining room for 20 people, a kitchen, a library, several lounges and a number of rooms auxiliary facilities including a bar at 3 thousand bottles. The total area of the mansion is 2544 square meters. m. The adjacent area is a 18-meter pool, a French park and parking for 50 cars.<br /><a href=""></a><br />
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