- 6 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 13 habitable rooms
- 347 square meters of living space
This 18th century house, ideal for families and hosting receptions, spans 347 m² over five levels and includes thirteen rooms and a terrace. It still has its original decor comprising fireplaces, parquet flooring, moulding, ceilings painted with skies, terracotta floor tiles, etc. The main entrance is reached via three steps protected by a canopy. Double doors open into a vestibule housing the stairway that goes to all the other floors.
The ground floor comprises a double lounge, a dining room with a terrace and a kitchen. On the first floor are a study, a large dressing room, a bedroom, a bathroom and two toilets. The second floor includes one small and two large bedrooms, a bathroom and a toilet. The third floor is laid out as a bedroom under a sloping ceiling.
The basement, reached via the inside or via the outside, comprises two large, converted rooms, a wine cellar, a shower room with a toilet and a machine room.
Gas-fired central heating.
The exact date of its construction is not known but this house is shown on plans dated 1760. It was fully renovated in 2005. It spans four levels, built over a basement which has been converted.
Wide, wrought iron gates on the street open on to a gravel courtyard which provides access to three houses and a residential building.
Three steps go up to the porch of this house which is topped with an ironwork canopy. The outside walls are built of Paris stone and the roof is covered with brown tiles. The inside is both bright and sunny.
This residence was fully renovated in 2005 even if a coat of paint would not go amiss. Its modern day home comforts include ventilation systems with roof extraction in every bathroom, double glazing throughout, indoor and outdoor shutters at certain windows as well as extensive cupboard space. Living and hosting receptions in such a distinguished, large, luxurious home in the middle of Paris is already quite exceptional. Furthermore, every day new owners will appreciate the ambiance of the nearby Rue-Cler: a village nestling in the solemn beauty of Paris’ 7th arrondissement.
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