Daniel Féau Sells Magnificent Private Estate Valued at €35.1m

Posted by Rozita Terlixidou — May 20, 2013

1369072672Daniel Féau, specialist in prime property real estate in Paris, is announcing the completion of the sale of Hôtel de Miramion, valued at 35.1€ million, to an anonymous French investor.


François Mansart’s XVIIe century magnifient private house is located on quai de la Tournelle (Ve Arrondissement) close to Notre-Dame. The Hôtel was named after Madame de Miramion who acquired it in 1675. From 1812 onwards and for approximately 150 years, the Central Pharmacy occupied the Hôtel de Miramion, before it was acquired by the Public Hospital Service. Several sections of the building received protection under the law for the preservation of historic monuments.

About Daniel Féau

Each one of the Féau sales associates meets the high standards generated by more than a half-century of experience. Commitment to success, excellent service and confidentiality are the hallmarks of Daniel Féau real estate firm.

Its network of 15 offices located in the best areas of Paris and the exclusive western suburbs makes Daniel Féau the largest, most glamorous and most effective real estate showcase for both buyers and sellers.

Daniel Féau has captured more than 30% of the sales involving properties valued between 2 million euros and 4 million euros, and more than 50% of those valued at more than 4 million euros, making it undoubtedly the leading real estate firm on the luxury properties market in Paris.

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