Private mansion

location :
Center of Paris
Size :
1500 m² (16 140 sq. ft.), 20 rooms, 7 bedrooms.

Paris 4th District - A stone’s throw from Place des Vosges.
In the captital's historic Marais area in the immediate vicinity of the Ile Saint Louis, this superb Hôtel Particulier dating from 1869 opens onto a leafy 160 sq. m landscaped garden bordered by green walls. Renovated throughout to the highest standards, it includes a spacious reception/living room, a billiard room with a bar, a generously proportioned kitchen with dining facilities, a dining room in a veranda with an opening glazed roof, and an artist’s studio. The 1st floor comprises a spacious master suite opening onto a terrace and with a dressing room and bathroom, two children’s bedrooms also with a bathroom and opening onto a terrace, and a recreation room. On the floor above, a library leads to four guest suites with bathrooms. A TV/video lounge, fitness and massage rooms, a recording studio and a wine cellar are on the 1st basement floor. The second basement floor features a 12x6m swimming pool, a hammam and a changing room. There is also basement parking space for three cars. An annex comprises split-level 2-bed caretaker’s accommodation and a nanny flat. An exceptional property in the capital’s historic 4th District.

Listing : 722972

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Nom :
Marie-Hélène LUNDGREEN
Téléphone :
+33 (0)1 53 23 81 82
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Center of Paris

MARAIS – ILE SAINT LOUIS – ILE DE LA CITE The Ile de la Cité, best known for the cathedral of Notre Dame, is the cradle of Paris. There are very few residential buildings, as these were replaced in the 19th century by administrative and hospital structures. The more residential area of the Ile Saint Louis was covered with houses from 1640 on, and in particular by a large number of private mansions, whence its nickname “Ile des Palais”. The Marais, one of the oldest historical neighbourhoods in Paris, was originally an area of swamps and occupied from the 12th century on by religious orders. At the beginning of the 17th century, after the Place des Vosges was built, the neighbourhood, up to then an outlying district, became the residential area of choice for the Parisian aristocracy. Numerous mansions were built, many of which still exist today. Its narrow, winding streets, which were typical of Paris before the Haussmann era, will delight those looking for a charming apartment or high-end town house to buy or to rent.