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pied-à-terre

A person's second home, usually located in a large city. The actor's primary residence was in California, but he had a pied-à-terre in New York City too.
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Some pied-a-terre buyers are local residents who want to join in the urban fun.
Yet it impinges very lightly on the precious space of this simple and delightfully urbane pied-a-terre.
The couple hoisted their spacious and sophisticated New York City pied-a-terre at the legendary Carlyle hotel on the open market in April, with an asking price of $22.
Pas de reaction a cet article Des femmes et jeunes filles francaises dont certaines originaires de Tunisie s'emploient, depuis des semaines, dans le cadre de l'organisation Femen, a disposer d'un [beaucoup moins que] pied-a-terre [beaucoup plus grand que], en Tunisie, apprend le journal Achourouk.
5 million and uses as a pied-a-terre (he lives full-time in a townhouse in New York with his family).
The buyer is an out-of-state financier who will use it as a pied-a-terre, reports the New York Post.
It's not just the classes that get mixed up in the search for a pied-a-terre in the capital though - politicians frequently find they're living next door to someone they spend much of their working day shouting down.
Putting the boot in:Hortons' Estatecrrt property director Mr Robert Blyth and Pied-a-Terre manager Mrs Lynnette Egan admire the clothing firm's stocks as it prepares to open in Birmingham.
The client, who collects old cars, wanted a pied-a-terre for himself and his wife and room for storing two cars when they were away.
The always impeccably informed property gossip at the New York Post was the first to get word this week that Bronx-born Tinseltown bigwig Brad Grey had thrown his full-floor pied-a-terre at the Carlyle in New York City up for sale with ?
Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley, London; 8 Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham; 9 Pied-a-Terre, London; 10.