With their luxurious architecture and meticulous finishing, the properties in Paris’s 7th arrondissement have just the touch of luxury about them that you’d expect of this district.
A balcony at les invalides
With a balcony overlooking a lush, green garden and a marbled bathroom to its name, this 126 sq.m (1,356 sq ft) apartment is nothing if not elegant. The property comprises an entrance hall, spacious living room, dining room, separate kitchen and 2 bedrooms that could accommodate a third, all housed in an upmarket building with a concierge.
The luxury of yesteryear
From its herringbone parquet flooring to its built-in mirrors and elaborate arches, this 114 sq.m (1,227 sq ft) apartment certainly has plenty of olde-worlde splendour to offer. Located just a stone’s throw from the Champ de Mars, the property's configuration offers a smooth flow, from the entrance hall through the double-sized living room, kitchen and 2 bedrooms.
Beautiful family nest
This 122 sq.m (1,313, sq ft) apartment at the heart of the quiet Breteuil neighbourhood features beautiful gilding and mouldings. Ideally located on the top floor, the north-south dual-aspect property boasts plenty of natural light throughout its double-sized living room, eat-in kitchen and 3 bedrooms, and also comprises a maid’s room and two cellars, all within close proximity of the best schools in the area.
This 130 sq.m (1,399 sq ft) west-facing apartment housed in a prestigious residence boasts plenty of natural light, with a living room and dining room overlooking the garden extending into a master suite that in turn opens out onto a charming terrace. The property also comprises a second bedroom, with high ceilings adding a real touch of charm throughout. Plenty of design potential.
Located close to the shops and bistros of Rue Cler, this cosy 80 sq.m (861 sq ft) apartment features a very attractive geometric parquet floor, two charming balconies overlooking the building’s palm trees and magnolias, a generous living room and 2 bedrooms.
This 41 sq.m (441 sq ft) duplex features decor combining powder pink with taupe and light-coloured wood and comprises a lovely flower-bedecked courtyard, a fully equipped kitchen and a living room incorporating storage, mirrors and pillars on the ground floor. The first floor, meanwhile, houses a lovely bedroom and a study area, but the icing on the cake has to be the exterior access, which is just to die for.
Between Le Conservatoire and cafés of the Gros Caillou neighbourhood lies this delightful, fully renovated pied-à-terre. A bright studio housed in a sophisticated joint ownership building, the property comes complete with a cellar and features gold and wood finishing in its open kitchen and a peaceful living room.
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