“What Does $2.5 Million Buy?”asks the online magazine Luxury Defined by Christie’s International Real Estate in one of its articles. In Switzerland, you probably wouldn’t get very far with this amount for a high-end property. However, Christie’s uses six examples to show that this amount could be used to buy appealing luxury properties in other countries, including a spectacular modern house in Chile or even a small chateau in the French Dordongne.
Luxury Defined tours the world for you to find out just what this price point can provide. For starters, space and spectacle, fixtures and finishes, landscaping and location, location, location . . . Choose among the contemporary residence Yukihyo in Hokkaido, Japan or a traditional riad in Marrakech. Read on to discover what and, perhaps even more importantly, where $2.5 million gets you.
Spectacular Modern Home in Santiago, Chile
Riad Anar in Marrakech, Marocco
Manor House in the Dordogne, Acquitaine, France
Yukihyo in Hokkaido, Japan
Custom-Designed Family Home in Western Springs, Illinois
Meadowoods in Stowe, Vermont, USA
These are just some of the highlights that the international real estate market has to offer. You can find out more about this market here at Christie’s International Real Estate, the international partner of Wüst and Wüst.