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Historic French villa to be sold in business sell

Spirits company acquisition could see luxury villa worth 300 million euros also change hands. The sale of the famed Grand Marnier liquor to Gruppo Campari would include the historic Les Cèdres villa in Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat. Family business Grand Marnier may soon be bought by Italian spirits company Gruppo Campari. If the transaction goes ahead, […]

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Since 2012, property prices in Dijon and its periphery have fallen slowly but steadily. However, houses and apartments in the historic city center remain expensive and sought after. For the past three years, prices have fallen slightly but steadily in Dijon and its periphery. Between 2014 and 2015, apartment prices decreased by 4.5% to stand […]

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The high-end real estate market in France may profit from the uncertainty of Britain remaining in the European Union, predicts real estate network Coldwell Banker. The political and economic uncertainties linked to Britain’s potential exit (Brexit) from the European Union may benefit French luxury property, according to luxury real estate agency Coldwell Banker.

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A market survey released by Barnes Realty International finds that Paris’ luxury real estate remains highly sought after, partly due to the city’s comparatively low prices. According to Barnes Realty International, the French capital “retains a special place in the heart of international investors,” especially when it comes to purchasing luxury real estate. Despite the […]

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Conditions have aligned to make high-end property in the French capital an advantageous investment for both residents and non-residents. Reasonable prices, low interest rates and the fall of the euro make Parisian luxury real estate attractive once again. Luxury real estate professionals in France ended 2015 in high spirits. Despite a slight decline in sales […]

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World's most expensive private residence near Paris sold for 275 million Euros • Paris Property Group

A lavish château located in the Yvelines department in the Parisian suburbs has just sold for 275 million euros, making it the most expensive private residence in the world. An extravagant private manor completed in 2011 in a 17th century style recently sold for the outstanding amount of 275 million euros, the equivalent of 300 […]

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Property in Saint-Tropez has become even pricier than Paris. Wealthy buyers are once again purchasing houses in the chic seaside resort, paying up to 30,000 euros per square meter for a villa by the sea. With its crisis years behind it, Saint-Tropez can now boast of being the most expensive town in France. Real estate […]

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Paris luxury property - Find your own luxury apartment

Over the last three centuries, this private mansion tucked away on Paris’ left bank has been the home of aristocrats, royals, and playwrights alike – and has been most recently owned by Cole Porter.  Since his death in 1997, Cole Porter’s family has decided to sell the 10-bed, 6-bath home in Paris  (766 m2 / 8245 […]

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On the garden level (up 3 steps) of a beautiful 1900 building, this classic family apartment is flawless.  The building is enhanced by impeccable common areas maintained by a concierge.

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