Terrace apartment

location :
Trocadéro -Foch - Bois de Boulogne
Size :
364.5 m² (3 920 sq. ft.), 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms.
price :
5 100 000 €

Paris 16th District –Prestigious avenue d’Iéna.
This exceptional 365 sqm apartment with a terrace is on the top three floors of a superb turn-of-the-century building with a caretaker, a lift, a door-entry code and an intercom. Bathed in sunshine and very peaceful, the property boasts charming and elegant period features including Herringbone parquet flooring, panelling and fireplaces allying with superb contemporary elements. A beautiful entrance hall leads to a triple living/reception room with a soaring ceiling, a kitchen with dining facilities, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a laundry room. A magnificent master suite with a bathroom, a hammam and a bespoke dressing room are upstairs. The top floor comprises a study with a mezzanine, a bathroom, a beautiful conservatory and a 19 sqm terrace. The apartment enjoys superb views of the capital’s most emblematic landmarks. Possibility of buying two parking places next door. An exceptional property in the capital’s prestigious 16th District.

Honoraires charge vendeur - Nombre de lots dans la copropriété : 19 - Montant moyen de la quote-part de charges courantes 6 500 €/trimestre - Aucune procédure en cours (articles 29-1A/29-1 loi 65-557, L.615-6 du CCH) - DPE 107 kWhEP/m².an (C) - GES 27 kg éqCO2/m².an (D)

Listing : 1058969

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Nom :
Brenda FARCY
Téléphone :
+33 (0)1 53 23 81 84


Trocadéro -Foch - Bois de Boulogne

Paris’ 16th arrondissement is made up of tourist areas as well as quiet, residential neighbourhoods with a “village” feel, such as Passy and Auteuil, which will appeal to families looking for a spacious luxury apartment or well-appointed home tucked away on a private road. There are incredible houses signed Mallet Stevens and Le Corbusier, along with superb town houses with a view on the Bois de Boulogne to sell. The Bois de Boulogne, a vestige of the forests that surrounded Paris in the Middle Ages, remains Paris’ main green park (two and a half times larger than Central Park). It features lakes and waterfalls as well as restaurants, an amusement park and the Auteuil racecourse.