This apartment is ideally located next to the Place des Terns, in a prestigious Haussmann building with remarkably beautiful communal spaces. Its elevated height (on the 3rd floor with lift access) offers an unobstructed view, and the apartment is not overlooked, with a long South-facing balcony and luxury features and finishings.
DESCRIPTION : Expansive entrance hall with guest bathroom, double reception room with three double windows, herringbone parquet flooring, mouldings, fireplace, fully equipped top of the range contemporary kitchen with central island counter, corridor/library, master bedroom with two walk-in wardrobes and one bathroom with bathtub, hammam, jacuzzi and toilet, another bedroom with an office space (or walk-in wardrobe) and another wash room with toilet.
SPECIAL FEATURES: The apartment has been fully renovated and is waiting for its first new residents to move in. It offers a subtle blend of authenticity and modernism, plenty of space, two large cellars, and an expansive interior garden planted with a variety of trees, which is overlooked by the bedrooms, preserving an air of tranquillity throughout the sleeping area, as well as a hammam, home automation throughout the apartment, and a multicast audio system for day and night.
EXPERT OPINION: While it is not yet the perfect family home, this apartment could certainly become one, with its carefully thought out design and luxury hotel’ style interior. Ideal as a luxury pied-a-terre in Paris or even as a show home, this prestigious address just a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées can only increase in value in the years to come.
Situated on the left bank of the River Seine, the 7th is perhaps one of the most expensive places to live in the capital, and home to a number of French national institutions, including the National Assembly and government ministries. Many dignitaries and VIPs populate the arrondissement. The 7th is also a major tourist destination as one finds the Eiffel Tower and Hotel des Invalides, Napoleon’s resting place, there. There are indeed plenty of cultural sites on offer, such as the Musee Rodin, Musee d’Orsay and the Musee Maillol. One can stroll through the Champs de Mars and the Esplanade des Invalides for a bit of greenery, or if one fancies a spot of shopping, one can visit one of the world’s first department stores, Le Bon Marché. There are plenty of restaurants and bars, to suit all budgets.
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