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Wednesday, 30 September 2015
The world's 10 most expensive cities to buy property
NO 10 Shanghai
At number 10 is Shanghai, where $1m will buy you just 46.2 square metres' worth of luxury property. Picture: Alamy NO 9 Moscow
$1m, you can buy 43 square metres of upmarket space in Moscow .
Apartments in a palatial new residential complex on the Ostozhenka
(pictured) are priced from around $2.2m.
will buy 41.7 square metres' worth of space in Paris. A typical property
would be one of the apartments in this development with private
gardens for sale in the heart of Paris's 7th arrondissement.
If you're thinking of heading Down Under, a luxury property worth $1m will measure around 41.2 square metres.
sixth place is the Big Apple, where your cash will buy you a 40.2
square metre property. On the market is The Sterling Mason (pictured),
a collection of 22 residences in Tribeca.
up is Geneva, where you can expect to buy 34.7 square metres. The Du
Parc Kempinski apartments (pictured) are in UNESCO protected
vineyards, overlooking Lake Geneva and the alps.
Space is tight in lively Singapore, where $1m will only net you 32.6 square metres.
doesn't come cheap in London, with $1m only equalling 25.2 square
metres. You'll need considerably more to buy this new mews house in
Belgravia (pictured), priced at £14.75m.
Don't pack too much if you're moving to Hong Kong. Here, $1m means a home of 20.6 square metres.
finally, in first place, is the tiny principality of Monaco. Here, $1m
is only equal to 15 square metres of space. We imagine it'll cost
rather more to buy a flat in Tour Odéon (pictured), the tallest
building in Monaco, and for which the price is on application.