From former workshops to amazing duplexes and dual-aspect apartments, the properties of the 10th arrondissement are surprisingly spacious and airy.
A spectacular home
Housed in an elegant Haussmannian building, this very generous 137 sq.m (1,475 sq ft) apartment close to Jacques Bonsergent features authentic mouldings, period fireplaces and herringbone parquet flooring. It also boasts a double-sized living room with plenty of natural light and 4 bedrooms, with the option of incorporating an additional bedroom.
A sense of space in Paris
From the moment you set foot through the door to this entirely refurbished 1880 building you’re hit with a real sense of luxury. Mosaic floors and red carpet pave the way to this magnificent 158 sq.m (1,701 sq ft) property, where exquisite materials seem to complement one another to perfection. Brick walls, marble fireplaces and light-coloured wooden parquet floors combine to make the most of the ample natural light available. The kitchen, meanwhile, is open on a large reception room, in addition to the en-suite bedroom, second bedroom and elegant shower room.
With its glazed ceilings, rough stone, waxed concrete and winding wooden and wrought iron staircase, this loft-like duplex has a deliberately bohemian feel to it. Located on a quiet private lane, the apartment has been revamped by an interior designer to include an equipped kitchen, a large living room, a master suite complete with office and dressing room, and two additional bedrooms. The property is also rather unusual in that it has no fewer than three separate entrances.
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