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See Inside American Socialite Lee Radziwill's Paris Apartment
Jackie Kennedy's sister is selling her pied-à-terre for $4 million.
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Lee Radziwill, younger sister of the late Jackie Kennedy, is selling a Paris pied-à-terre she designed herself. Located on the sixth floor of an elevator-equipped building that dates to 1890, the right bank apartment is listed with David Stanley of Emile Garcin Properties for €3.43 million (or about $4 million). The 84-year-old is selling it because "she doesn’t spend enough time there anymore, and she prefers to stay at the Plaza Athénée," a friend told Page Six.

Scroll down for a look inside.

The apartment has about 1,625 square feet of south-facing living space.


The entry hall leads to a large, light-filled living room.


Its balcony overlooks the Eiffel Tower.


Here's one of four bedrooms.


There's a full kitchen and this cozy dining nook.


The 8th-arrondissement apartment faces Avenue Montaigne.


For $4 million, it could be yours!


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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