Private mansion

location :
Champ de Mars - Tour Eiffel - Invalides
Size :
349 m² (3 750 sq. ft.), 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms.

Paris 7th District - Villa Grenelle.
A heaven of peace walking distance from Esplanade des Invalides. A beautiful private mansion in an exclusive private gated Villa, located in the heart of the protected and unspoilt part of the Faubourg Saint Germain, surrounded by historic residences, embassies and ministries. A completely peaceful and private address where history and refinement joins with contemporary style and exceptional comfort. The house, furbished by an international renowned interior architect, meets all the criteria of world-class luxury: voluminous rooms and high ceilings, large windows, private landscaped garden, luxurious amenities (quality of the materials, private elevator, home automation, air conditioning, four covered parking with direct access to the house, two carefully designed basement levels). It boasts a double reception room and a dining room opening to the garden, a spacious fully equipped eat-in kitchen. On the first floor, a beautiful mastersuite with walk in closet and large bathroom and a second bedroom suite with bathroom. On the second floor two bedroom suites with their bathrooms and a TV room. In the basement, a cellar, a laundry room and multiple storage. 24 h doorman and concierge service.

Honoraires charge vendeur - Nombre de lots dans la copropriété : 12 - Montant moyen de la quote-part de charges courantes 3 200 €/mois - DPE 451 kWhEP/m².an (G) - GES 81 kg éqCO2/m².an (G)

Listing : 1331566

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Nom :
Marie-Hélène LUNDGREEN
Téléphone :
+33 (0)1 53 23 81 82
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Champ de Mars - Tour Eiffel - Invalides

The avenue de Breteuil, which leads to the Hôtel des Invalides, is the main link in Paris’ 7th arrondissement. The western part of the neighbourhood is situated around the Champ-de-Mars, a straight green line that goes from the Ecole Militaire to the Tour Eiffel. The eastern part houses a number of government ministries and political headquarters. The esplanades are replaced by smart, prosperous streets such as the rue de Bourgogne, rue de Varenne and rue de Grenelle. The 7th arrondissement has two aspects to it: on the one hand, it is both central and tourist-oriented, with monuments that attract millions of visitors a year, and on the other, it also a very quiet, residential neighbourhood where you can easily find a first-class property, whether it is a luxury apartment, a great town house or a splendid mansion.