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|| Middle Eastern investor bought Monaco flat for $336 million

montecarlo.jpgAn unnamed Middle Eastern investor has bought a flat in Monaco owned by British property entrepreneur Christian Candy for $330 million in one of the most expensive residential property sales - the Financial Times is reporting.

(According to FT, the property has only three bedrooms but covers some 17,500 sq ft, with each suite having its own cinema, kitchen, dressing room and two bathrooms).

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