Paris’s Sixth Arrondissement, in the heart of the city’s Left Bank, has been the stomping ground of Europe’s intellectual and artistic elite for most of the past 100 years. If you have $47,4 million, you can join the list of elite who lived there, such as Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Paul Sartre. A 19th century four-story mansion on Rue Vavin, near the Luxembourg Gardens in Saint-Germain-des-Prés has been listed on sale.
The house is about 7,800 square feet with 3,700 square feet of outdoor space, which means that’s $6,000 per square feet. The mansion has nine bedrooms, six bathrooms, as well as a manicured garden and terraces, and according to the listing agent original details remain. The current owners purchased the home about 20 years ago and renovated it in 2011, adding an elevator and a sculptural wood-and-iron staircase.
They now selling it because their children have moved out of the house, he said, and they no longer need so much space.
So, if you have $47,4 million, you can live in the most expensive address in the City of Light.
This mansion has been listed by Xavier Attal of Immo Best International.