Stunning two bedroom residence located at the gates of Luxembourg gardens on one of the 6th arrondissements most prestigious addresses.
A prestigious address and beautiful, renovated property only minutes from the entrance to Paris' famed Jardins de Luxembourg. In a stone building in excellent condition this property is on the second floor of an elevator building. The elegant entrance leads into a typically Parisan salon with original fireplace and that sought after parquet de Versailles flooring.
The property receives plenty of natural light and is set well back from the opposite apartments which nonetheless make for a pleasant view.
With a master and junior suite the second bedroom could double as an office. A slim kitchen is well placed but discreet. A cellar is also included.
This is an opportunity to acquire a special property at an exceptional address.
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The 6th arrondissement is, above all things, inspiring. Saint Germain has been the muse of scholars, artists, existentialists, bohemians, and politicians. Its shaded avenues and quiet side streets centrifuge into the spinning café scene on the Boulevard Saint‐Germain. Intellectuals and the glitterati preen and mingle with scruffy expat writers at the Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots.
You cannot avoid the siren’s song of Saint‐Germain‐des‐Près. Submit to her charms. Welcome to the land of the lotus‐eaters.
While many tours of Saint‐Germain start from landmarks Café de Flore or Les Deux Magots, why not try something different? Begin off the main drag of Boulevard Saint‐Germain at the Bar du Marché at 75 Rue du Seine. To get there, take the metro to Odéon (4). Exit the station and follow Boulevard Saint‐Germain in the opposite direction of traffic. Turn right on Rue de Seine. The Bar du Marché is at the intersection of Rue de Buci and Rue de Seine.
Swing by Taschen bookstore next door on Rue de Buci. Get lost among the publisher’s enormous catalog of art, design, and architecture “coffee table books”.
Irresistible shopping is due west along the Boulevard Saint Germain. Notable indie boutiques are the through‐the‐looking‐glass jeweler Servane Gaxotte (55 Rue des Saints Pères), Mona (17 Rue Bonaparte) where you can drop a month’s rent on Pierre Hardy and Lanvin, and the must‐see Arty Dandy (1 Place Furstemburg) situated on picturesque Place Furstemburg.
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