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The former NYC townhouse of Olivier Sarkozy -- aka Mary-Kate Olsen's French beau -- is on the market for a cool $12.5M.
The one-time NYC home of financier Olivier Sarkozy, 43, is on the market for a whopping $12.5 million — and from the looks of it, it’s worth every penny.
The 8,475-square-foot, four-story mansion, located on the swanky Upper East Side, has been totally refurbished into a black and white modern showcase boasting six bedrooms and nine baths.
And if that many powder rooms weren't enough...
The mansion — which Sarkozy once shared with his ex-wife Charlotte and two children — is equipped with not one... not two... but three separate entrances (and state-of-the-art security, of course).
The third-level master floor boasts two separate wood-burning fireplaces and a terrace adorned with bamboo, bleached trees, and light shielding pergolas.
The second-floor has a master suite and white marble bathroom, as well as another three bedrooms, two baths, and a sunroom on the top level. There's also a dining room with a wood-burning fireplace that leads into the living room, plus two kitchens with designer appliances.
Other features: a garden terrace, a darkroom, a gallery and a personal gym.
Sarkozy, the half-brother of French president Nicolas Sarkozy, isn't the first man of note to own the mansion. It once belonged to legendary photographer Richard Avedon.
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