A Stylish Parisian Apartment in the Chic 16th arrondissement
This property is a newly renovated apartment situated on the 2nd floor of Avenue Raymond Poincaré in the 16th Arrondissement and truly one of a kind.
With all the modern features and state-of-the-art technology, the apartment is a beautiful mix of contemporary and classic. With antique Italian furniture and contemporary art to grace the soaring walls – together with a connected guest studio with private entrance - this is a prime example of property that brings modern and classic design into perfect harmony.
Layout:Large entrance hall leading onto grand reception/living room with large balconySeparate TV areaFully fitted luxury Bulthaup kitchen and breakfast areaGrand dining room with service entrance1 master bedroom with 2 en-suite bathrooms and integrated audio/visual systems3 further bedrooms 2 with en-suite bathrooms and integrated audio/visual systemsGuest bathroomStaff room with separate service entrance, kitchenette and en-suite bathroomOfficeUtility roomSecured entrance with video surveillance
1 master bedroom with 2 en-suite bathrooms and integrated audio/visual systems 3 further bedrooms 2 with en-suite bathrooms and integrated audio/visual systems 1 staff room with separate service entrance, kitchenette and en-suite bathroom
Paris has all but exhausted the superlatives that can reasonably be applied to any city. Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower have been described countless times, as have the Seine and the subtle (and not-so-subtle) differences between the Left and Right Banks. Yet, what writers have never been able to even slightly reflect is the grandness and magic of this city.
Paris probably has more familiar landmarks than any other city in the world. As a result, first-time visitors often arrive in the French capital with all sorts of expectations: of grand vistas, of intellectuals discussing weighty matters in cafés, of romance along the Seine, of naughty nightclub revues, of rude people who won’t speak English. And if you look hard enough, you can probably find all of those. But another approach is to set aside the preconceptions of Paris and to explore the city’s avenues and backstreets as if the tip of the Eiffel Tower or the spire of Notre Dame wasn’t about to pop into view at any moment.
Located between Place Victor Hugo and the Trocadéro, making it one of the most exclusive locations in Paris.
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