The tony Parisian flat of Lee Radziwill, the sister of former First Lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis, is being sold by the 84-year-old decorator for $4 million, or $3.4 million euros.

The flat has four bedrooms, two reception areas and a cellar in the much coveted eighth arrondissement, according to the New York Post. Lee Radziwill, a socialite and the younger sister of Jackie, decorated the 1,615 square feet pied-a-terre that is housed in an 1890s Hausmann-era building, according to an article by Moneyish.

The flat is located on the sixth floor and its 130-square foot balcony gives potential swanky owners the opportunity to sip Champagne while viewing the Eiffel Tower.

Nowadays, Radziwill alternates between living either in Paris at the Hotel Plaza Athenee or in New York, Page Six said. Her sister was beloved by the French and had traveled to the country before her marriage to John F. Kennedy.

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The two Bouvier sisters recounted their time in Europe during 1951 in a book, One Special Summer, as they visited Paris and Venice among other cities. Their sketches and illustrations are included in the book they gave their parents and was published.

T Magazine, the New York Times style magazine, photographed Radziwill's flat for its cover in 2013 and the decorator added her own unique touches such as a sketch of herself which was drawn by Rene Bouche, a mid century Vogue illustrator, the Moneyish article said.

The childhood home of Jacqueline and Lee in McLean, Va. is on the market for $49.5 million, according to Vanity Fair. The seven-acre estate along the Potomac River has a tennis court and an indoor pool for laps and gym and is near Washington, D.C. Jacqueline Bouvier moved there after her mother married Hugh Auchincloss, the heir of Standard Oil.

The mansion, named Merrywood, is 23,000 square-feet and includes nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, formal garden and a swimming pool. Owned by Steve Case, the founder of Ameria Online, and his wife, the home is being sold by the couple since they are spending more time traveling, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Cases bought the property in 2005 for $24.5 million.

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