(Bloomberg) -- The Paris apartment owned by the estate of Jeffrey Epstein has been put up for sale for 11.9 million euros ($13.5 million), according to a report by the Telegraph. The listing doesn’t mention the connection to the convicted sex-offender.

High-end broker Sotheby’s International Realty is offering the almost 8,000-square foot apartment on Avenue Foch, which overlooks the Arc de Triomphe and is located in the 16th arrondissement, one of the wealthiest areas of Paris. Staff at the property confirmed the flat was for sale, the Telegraph said. 

The property, whose master bedroom features an office and dressing room, also includes a gym and two service studios.

Epstein was found dead in his U.S. jail cell in 2019, after being arrested and charged with sex trafficking. The apartment was at the center of a criminal investigation into half a dozen possible charges of rape and sex abuse, including of minors, and was searched by police following the financier’s death in New York in August 2019, the Telegraph said.  

Epstein spent decades cultivating ties to U.S. and British elites including several Wall Street figures and even royalty like Prince Andrew. Representatives for Sotheby’s declined to comment to the newspaper about the listing. 

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