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Bonjour! Baron Haussmann, the man responsible for the transformation of the capital city into the magnificent “City of Light” that we all know and love to visit.
Bonjour! We could not resist a leisurely walk through the most beautiful sections of the “City of Light” to promenade down the world’s most elegant avenue: the Champs-Elysées.
Bonjour! Let’s share a visit to a Parisian neighborhood, one particularly picturesque and charming. Far more than a just a district, this small village in the heart of the big city is an oasis of peace, that has kept its soul of long ago, and its bohemian spirit: Montmartre.
Bonjour! Let’s take a stroll through central Paris. We will follow the Seine River as it winds it way through the capital city for more than 14 kilometers, and remember some of the most distinctive of the 33 bridges that cross it.
Property taxes are everywhere in the world, but in France, there are two particular types you need to know about. First, the taxe foncière, a property tax for which the owner is liable, and a taxe d’habitation, for which
A poll on Figaro Immobilier yesterday asked readers to cast their vote on whether or not the Mairie de Paris (Paris City Hall) is right to want to limit the number of furnished apartment rentals in Paris. This topic is hot in the press right at the moment,
A study released by The Move Channel shows that the majority of French property searches online are focused on the Southern region of Provence, the Alps, and Côte d’Azur. This may come as a surprise to most, but the region has many beautiful features, perfect for a vacation home.
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 3 Floor: 4th floor (with elevator) Size: 140 m2 (1507 square feet) Price: € 1,895,000 A stunning, 1507 square foot, two bedroom, three bathroom apartment with a view of the Eiffel Tower in Paris’ elegant 7th arrondissement.
IKEA built a dwelling of 54m2 inside the Auber station of the Paris metro.
A historic building, part of the gorgeous Palais Royal in Paris’ 1st Arrondissement, that dates back to the times of Cardinal Richelieu in 1629, was recently renovated by New Yorker Amanda Sykes. After convincing the French bank who has owned the building for years and years that she could rent the apartment and oversee the […]