Apartment

location :
Trocadéro -Foch - Bois de Boulogne
Size :
291 m² (3 130 sq. ft.), 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms.
price :
7 720 000 €

Paris 16th District Alma Marceau – An exceptional property in a prime location.
Located in the capital’s prestigious Golden Triangle just a stone’s throw from prestigious avenue Montaigne, this magnificent 291 sqm apartment on the fourth floor of a sublime turn-of-the-century corner freestone building overlooks the Galliera Museum’s gardens and enjoys views of the Eiffel Tower and the Alma Bridge. Offering 290 sqm of truly exceptional and luxuriously appointed living space, the apartment has been craftsman-renovated throughout with the plasterwork meticulously restored by specialists from the Louvre Museum. Featuring high ceilings with exquisite gilded mouldings, remarkable panelling, Versailles-style parquet flooring and superb fireplaces, it includes elegant south and west facing living and reception rooms, a state-of-the-art equipped kitchen, two sunny en-suite bedrooms with private bathrooms featuring extraordinary marble mosaics, fully equipped dressing rooms, and a guest bedroom with a shower room and a study overlooking the Seine. With a top-floor maid's bedroom. A unique property oozing with typical Parisian elegance, charm and refinement in a prime location in the capital’s prestigious 16th District.

Listing : 1322847

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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.