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The most expensive residential property in Paris for sale for 280 million euros

The most expensive residential property in Paris for sale for 280 million euros



The most expensive residential property in Paris for sale for 280 million
The most expensive residential property in Paris for sale for 280 million 

10500 sqm property in Paris available to be purchased for 280 million euros. 

It is, truth be told, the most costly private property in Paris, as per the Russian office Kalinka Realty, which gives the property close by Hong Kong-based Index Development. 

This tremendous castle is situated on the banks of the Seine, beside the city's most renowned milestone - the Eiffel Tower. 

The cost was as of late raised by 220 million euros because of expanded intrigue, particularly by competitors from Russian purchasers, Kalinka Realty disclosed to Business Insider. 

"This is a perfect speculation buy," says Tatiana Borlakovskaya of Kalinka International. "The property is inside strolling separation of the Eiffel Tower and has perspectives on it." 


"These attributes are called grants. Owning them doesn't involve benefit, yet a chance to procure an extraordinary resource."
The owners are two big sisters who "represent a thriving French dynasty," according to Kalinka Realty. However, the interior and other details surrounding the property remain a mystery to society.

The property is located at the intersection of Avenue de Suffren and Quai Branly in the 7th district of Paris, one of the most sought after areas.

The most expensive residential property in Paris for sale for 280 million
The most expensive residential property in Paris for sale for 280 million 

It has embassies and ministerial buildings, as well as world-renowned museums and cultural institutions.

The average cost per square meter in the region is about $ 13,300, but luxury properties can cost up to $ 30,000 per square meter.

According to the Paris Property Group, Eiffel Tower views can triple the price of the property.

However, the interior is still a mystery to people, except those who are potential buyers.

Homeowners prevented Kalinka Realty from posting photos of the interior, as well as more details about the property.

If sold at the declared price of € 280 million, it would be one of the largest real estate deals in the world.

However, the possible purchaser will not break the record, even for France. In 2015, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bought a castle in Paris for $ 300 million.