One of those rarities in Paris, a proper house, this charming 1850's property is found in the north of the 16th arrondissement, just a short stroll from the Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and trendy shops of avenue Victor Hugo, and would make a perfect family home.
• Beautifully laid out, this spacious property spans 620m2 with a newly-renovated outside terrace area of approximately 45m2 - perfect for summer dining.
• On entering the house, one notices that there is not a single corridor (an unusually practical layout for a mid-19th century home) and, instead, the lobby opens into the brightly-lit reception/living room area with light streaming in from a glass atrium.
• From the lobby, a magnificent marble staircase leads upwards to the five bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms, and downstairs to the dining, kitchen and family rooms.
• The majority of the rooms have pleasantly large windows, as well as high ceilings, creating a feeling of spaciousness and natural light throughout - and there is also air-conditioning.
• For those interested in renting out the property, it has an estimated monthly rental return (net to owner) of 60,000 EUR a month.
• #VingtLoves: This really is a one-of-a-kind property in one of the most prestigious parts of town.
• Freehold included.
Property Ref: PSU400
(Honoraires à la charge du vendeur / Agency fees are chargeable to the seller)
Without a doubt, the 16th arrondissement has a posh reputation. The neighborhoods of Trocadéro and La Muette are elegant, wealthy and conservative. The Passy neighborhood is lovingly called a “village” by Parisians and features chic shopping. Numerous stately art museums, impressive residences and villas bejewel the seizième. Bordered by the vast and popular Bois du… read more