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This quiet sunny fully renovated one bedroom apartment, located in the heart of one of the most sought after areas in Paris, the historic Carré des Antiquaires in the 7th arrondissement, is on the 4th floor without elevator of a 19th century building that overlooks a cobblestone courtyard.
This charming Left Bank studio apartment on the top floor without elevator of an elegant stone and brick 1900 era building has a panoramic view and no vis à vis. It overlooks the Seine, the Right Bank, period buildings and a former private mansion, now an embassy, and its lush gardens.
Speaking to French weekly Les Echos on Wednesday, Budget Minister Bernard Cazeneuve expressed his hope to continue the strong pace of sales of state-owned property for the coming three years. 547 million euros in revenue from such sales was realized in 2012. “Between 2007 and 2011, the state realized about 4 billion euros in sales. […]
Perched high on a hill overlooking Paris in the highly prized Butte Montmartre neighborhood of the 18th arrondissement, a top floor duplex in Dalida’s former Montmartre home is currently on the market.
Paris is presently at a crossroads that, if unchecked, will ripple through the city for years to come with detrimental effect, says Leonard Pitt. High-rise projects are planned for the 13th, 15th and 17th arrondissements, as well as La Defense, and he is committed to stopping this from happening.
Over the last three centuries, this private mansion tucked away on Paris’ left bank has been the home of aristocrats, royals, and playwrights alike – and has been most recently owned by Cole Porter. Since his death in 1997, Cole Porter’s family has decided to sell the 10-bed, 6-bath home in Paris (766 m2 / 8245 […]
A true fairy tale- one of the world’s most beautiful princesses is selling her Mediterranean villa for a cool €21 Million, or $28 Million.
Barracks, land, old prisons, offices, mansions, houses and apartments: over the next 3 years, the French government is planning the sale of nearly 2000 properties in Paris and throughout France, for an expected 2.2 billion euros in revenue.
This one bedroom apartment on Rue St Sulpice is situated in an historical building from the 1700’s. The Society of St Vincent de Paul was founded in the building
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2 Floor: 4th floor (no elevator) Size: 70.41m2 (758 sq ft) Price: € 1,120,000 Elegant, 2 Bedroom Triplex Loft with AC, completely renovated and fully furnished. This apartment is ideally located on Rue de Nesle, a small street full of history and in the heart of the Saint Germain neighborhood. The building still retains its historical charm […]