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Article in New York Times - Nov, 22th, 2017

Article in New York Times - Nov, 22th, 2017

House Hunting in … Bordeaux, France

A LATE 19TH-CENTURY HOME IN BORDEAUX $2.34 MILLION (1.98 MILLION EUROS) This six-bedroom, late 19th-century house, just west of the center of Bordeaux, was renovated by its current owner, preserving original elements like the marble staircase, fireplaces and hardwood floors. Past the front door, glass-and-wood double doors open to an entrance hall with a half-bath, a translucent glass ceiling and...

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Article in Mansion Global - Originally published on June 15, 2017

Article in Mansion Global - Originally published on June 15, 2017

Pasta Heir Lists Swiss Estate for About $72 Million - Riccardo Barilla, a descendant of the founder of the pasta company, is selling Domaine Pré Saint Jean, a roughly 10-acre estate just outside Genev

A Swiss estate owned for decades by a branch of the Barilla family, founders of the pasta company, is asking 70 million Swiss francs, or roughly $72 million.

Known as Domaine Pré Saint Jean, the roughly 10-acre estate located just outside Geneva in the wealthy suburb of Vandoeuvres is among the most expensive homes for sale in Switzerland right now, according to listing...

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house hunting in paris - new york times

New York Times

du 21 octobre 2015

House.... Hunting in Paris



This second-floor apartment is in a 1912 building designed by the architect Albert Sélonier in a transitional Art Nouveau style, blending the parquet floors, high ceilings and traditional


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château de castille quoted in the wall Street journal

Wall Street Journal du 3 décembre 2015

Château de Castille Goes on the Market for $9.66 Million

In Provence, the castle’s Picasso murals are classified as historic monuments by the government.

Château de Castille, a castle in Southern France with Picassos etched on its walls, is going on the market for the first time in decades. It is seeking roughly $9.66 million.

The seven-bedroom stone castle was purchased in 1950 by the late Douglas...

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Article de Vanity Fair sur Sotheby's International Realty

​Vanity Fair USA le 22 juin 2015

Johnny Depp Is Selling His Private Village in France

The 37-acre estate includes a bar, a chapel, and a pirate-themed wine cave.

If you are a movie star of Johnny Depp’s caliber, we imagine that there are few places where you can go without being immediately detected, harassed by paparazzi, and overwhelmed by well-meaning fans. So that privacy predicament, when...

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