Christie’s Lists Modern Private Mansion in Paris for $49 Million

Christie’s International Real Estate has become more active since the revival of sorts of the real estate markets which suffered very tough times during the economic crisis. The company’s French division has listed a very impressive private mansion in Paris. The asking price has been fixed at $49 million. It is a modern structure and fairly large with over 10,000 square feet of interior space and an additional 4,300 square feet of pool and spa area. It is another indication of the firming up of the real estate market in Europe.

The luxury property is located in the premium and chic 16th arrondissement and boasts of prestigious neighbors including the famed Le Corbusier villa. The mansion features a total of seven bedrooms and seven baths. The mansion has dedicated 2,260 square feet of space to orangerie which were a part of the aristocratic residences in the past. The exclusive property boasts of landscaped terraces and lavish gardens. It is an architecturally significant villa and was completed in the year 2000. To an extent it is inspired by the Corbusier residence next door.

The mansion has a very modern and international style. There are a whole lot of windows that allow natural light into the house. The roof terrace is truly remarkable and offers a stunning view of the iconic Eiffel Tower. The villa has so many luxurious features like fireplaces, terrazzo floors and enormous marble and tile baths. The mansion with a cellar features a six car garage. The lot on which the villa is built is perfectly placed a little away from the main roads so that you feel like you are in an oasis in the middle of a bustling city.
Private Villa in Paris Christie’s Lists Modern Private Mansion in Paris for $49 Million

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