From Haussmannian to Art Deco and extravagant homes, the architecture of Neuilly-sur-Seine features some pretty iconic styles.
Glass and greenery
An intoxicating garden-level apartment opening out onto an 18 sq.m (194 sq ft) terrace and a 57 sq.m (614 sq ft) garden offering an easy inside-outside lifestyle thanks to the delightful 10 sq.m (108 sq ft) veranda. The master suite, the two children’s bedrooms and the spacious living areas span a further 105 sq.m (1,130 sq ft).
Perfect for those looking to put their own stamp on a property, this elegant 144 sq.m (1,550 sq ft) apartment is surrounded by full-length balconies and boasts wide windows that gently illuminate its interiors, along with a solid wood bookcase that’s perfect for that moment of escapism. A double-sized living room, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a lock-up and two cellars, complete the property.
Lavish private mansion
From its sunken courtyard, Art Deco staircases, inlaid doors and gorgeous arches to its garden, terrace and indoor swimming pool, this incredibly rare luxury property serves up one surprise after another. What you have here is 336 sq.m (3,617 sq ft) of magnificence complete with a lift, 7 rooms and a sauna, all wrapped up in a 1950s private mansion.
Unique private mansion
This all-white and beige private mansion, with its glossy parquet flooring, geometric mouldings and precious materials simply oozes character, as well as boasting a 200 sq.m (2,153 sq ft) garden with no overlook. Tucked away from view, the small stone front steps lead up to the corner lounge, dining room and library of this 300 sq.m (3,229 sq ft) property, which also boasts five bedrooms, a swimming pool and a steam room.
The lofty view from this 104 sq.m (1,119 sq ft) apartment perched on the 8th floor of an elegant residential building oscillates between the greenery of Fort Mont-Valérien and the metal of the Eiffel Tower. Its triple orientation, double-sized living room and three bedrooms offer a modular design that you can adapt to suit your own needs.
Contemporary at the core
With its taupe wood, bright marble and monochrome patterns, the materials of this apartment really set the tone. Spanning a surface area of some 315 sq.m (3,391 sq ft), the property offers a number of vantage points across the Bois de Boulogne and has a distinct air of high-end modernity to it. Its five bedrooms, including a master suite, south-facing double-sized living room and large kitchen, meanwhile, create a great sense of fluidity.
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