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Seven Sumptuous Parisian Pieds-A-Terre For Big-Budget Expats

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Paris has long drawn a cosmopolitan, international crowd to its enticing confluence of art, music, fashion, and food. As a result, the City of Light has a high standard in pricing, especially for the trophy properties that shrug off the frugal Euro stereotype. With deep-pocketed Russian oligarchs investing—or spending a bundle to not invest—in the most expensive properties from here to the Riviera, the top-end prices aren't about to fall anytime soon. That whole romantic Parisian artist's studio thing is a little passé, no? In vogue: not the water heaters hanging in these showers but the floor-to-ceiling slabs of marble instead. Gone are the dark little hovels, replaced by bright sprawling spaces—well, that's if you're ready to drop at least $6.4M on a little place in Paris. We've got seven of the best Parisian pads after the jump; do take your pick. Then sit back and soak in the grand, glorious joie de vivre.

? Arrondissement: Seventh | Price: $6,400,000

? Arrondissement: Seventeeth | Price: $7,500,000

? Arrondissement: Sixteenth | Price: $8,400,000

? Arrondissement: Sixteenth | Price: $9,000,000

? Arrondissement: Sixteenth | Price: $10,000,000

? Arrondissement: Sixteenth | Price: $17,500,000

? Arrondissement: Sixteenth | Price: $32,500,000
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