Real Estate Porn: Enviable Homes in Paris, Anchorage, Geneva, and San Francisco

Our weekly round up of the hottest new listings on the market. Tour a curvy Parisian mansion, an Alaskan log cabin with a 1000+ square-foot garage, a Swiss loft with views of the Rhone, and a San Francisco home designed by stadium architect John Bolles. You wish you lived here.

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Our weekly round up of the hottest new listings on the market. You wish you lived here.

Location:Art Deco-inspired mansion in Paris, France

Price: $13,524,000+

Size: 10,760 square feet

Key selling point: This three-story mansion is an unexpected mix of curves and angles inside and out, complete with a swimming pool, landscaped terraces, a grassy central courtyard, and 35,500 square feet of prime Parisian property.

Listing: Daniel Feau Conseil Immobilier

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Location: Modern log home, Anchorage, Alaska

Price: $1,695,000

Size: 4,100 square feet

Key selling point: Aside from looking impossibly cool from every angle, this log cabin has a 1,000+ square-foot garage to house all the outdoorsy gear for your rugged Pacific Northwestern lifestyle. Built entirely of interlocking logs carefully crafted in the Swedish Cope style, it's where Lincoln would have lived if he had studied architecture instead of law.

Listing: Mehner & Associates

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Location: Masculine modern loft in Geneva, Switzerland

Price: $5,740,150

Size: 2,200 square feet

Key selling point: If you can't stay still for long, this riverside loft with an over-sized master suite and party-worthy living room is ideal; the peaceful Rhone is just outside, but Geneva's buzzing city center is minutes away.

Listing: CI Exclusive Properties

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Location: Mid-century modern home in San Francisco, California

Price: $3,895,000

Size: 4,000 square feet

Key selling point: This three-level San Francisco home has six bedrooms, a three-car garage, a deck, a patio, and an outdoor basketball court, but make no mistake—this isn't your average childhood home. It was designed by architect John Bolles, who designed the 49'ers stadium Candlestick Park.

Listing: Paragon Real Estate

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