This opulent apartment is located in a 1900 freestone building in Paris, France. It boasts approximately 10,764 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half bathrooms and grand formal rooms. The exceptional 18th century wood paneling was originally in the palace of Samuel Bernard who was King Louis XV’s banker. Price is available upon request.

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  • Benz

    This is a great welcome back present!




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  • Daniel

    Stunning. Love it.




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  • Barney

    Now, THIS magnificent french masterpiece is the REAL thing. It literally DRIPS with authentic, exquisite and subtle (by comparison to 99% of ANYthing Americans’ build) elegance, style and stunning decor.

    If I was forced to live in a traditional home of this age, THIS one would be it. ‘Cause even though I eat, sleep & breath mid-century modern & contemporary……this chateau is BEYOND stellar…..it’s MAGNIFIQUE’!
    Notice how everything about DOES NOT try too hard, ANYwhere…..unlike the VAST majority of horrible french reproductions done in the classic french style all over the U.S., by people with waaaaaay more money than taste or brains. This place is the architectural equivalent of a 1900 custom-made ball gown, done to breath taking perfection, that IN ITS’ SLEEP outshines the most expensive GARBAGE that passes for “high” fashion today.




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  • NOVA Ben

    wow…impressive.

    you know what they say, if you have to ask how much…




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    • Venom

      If you have to ask then you are smart and most likely rich.
      That BS about wealthy people never asking what stuff cost and blindly paying whatever the price is is utter garbage.

      You will get your money from the guy that makes $50,000 a year much faster than you will from the guy that makes $5 million every time.

      The only rich people that don’t ask questions about price are people that win the lottery or sign sports contracts.




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      • Grrrowler

        Agreed. Wealthy people have money, in part, because they know how to hold onto to.




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  • Grrrowler

    I love it. I want it.




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  • MARK*OO7

    Just beautiful !! You cant get homes like that in the U.S. because Americans need to pay close attention to details like this.. then it will be great..




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  • Frank

    The price is 20 millions € or around 29 millions $.

    This is not a chateau but an apartment…

    And yes you can’t compare this with the habitual low taste shitty french reproduction that you can find in the US…

    (Btw i’m a regular reader but this is the first time that i comment a post, because i understand english but i don’t speak it very well ^^
    But if you guys want i can send you some tips about other prestigious historic properties in Europe 😉




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    • Frank

      Sry, my mistake, the price is 25 millions € or around 36 millions $.

      But honestly I do not think they will sell at that price…




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