This typically Parisian sunny 2 bedroom apartment is located on a charming street in the “European quarter” of the 8th arrondissement, between the trendy Batignolles area and the Gare St. Lazare. Nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood close to public transportation, shops and restaurants, the classic 19th century Haussmannian building is depicted in the famous Caillebotte painting entitled ‘Paris Street, Rainy Day’.
78m2 (840 sq ft)
The light filled property is on the 4th floor with elevator and is a floor-through apartment with triple exposure, with the living room, dining room and master bedroom all facing southwest. The reception rooms and master bedroom face the beautiful Haussmannian facades of the buildings opposite. There are molding and herringbone parquet flooring throughout the entire apartment, as well as 3 marble fireplaces. The apartment has been renovated while preserving its original charm. The kitchen is fully equipped with high quality appliances installed in 2013. The apartment is in excellent condition and can be purchased fully furnished. A maid’s room on the 6th floor, accessible by elevator, completes the property.
This property makes an ideal pied-à-terre, primary residence, or investment – it was featured in Conde Nast traveler magazine as a top Parisian rental destination.
Paris: 8th arrondissement
The epicenter of luxury shopping, 5-star hotels, 3-star Michelin restaurants and glamorous clubs, the 8th is the flashy side of Paris with property prices to match. While most of the bling and glitter stays within the golden triangle- bordered by three stations, Étoile, Concorde, and Pont l’Alma – throughout the rest of the 8th one finds neighborhoods with a more urban feel and every-day shops and markets. The area around Parc Monceau is especially sought-after as it is calm, residential, and consistently beautiful buildings.
Average price: €12,718/m2; +2.4% over one year; +26.7% over 10 years
The golden triangle of Etoile-Concorde-Alma has gone platinum. A luxury apartment on avenue Montaigne can sell for €30,000/m² and up, and on neighboring streets prices are not far behind in this an area that particularly attracts foreign buyers in addition to Paris residents. Apartments larger than 200m² are plentiful in the historically wealthy district around avenues Hoche and Friedland, and so are relatively reasonable prices.
Current Market Prices — 8th arrondissement
|Neighborhood||Price/m2 in euros|
|Champs-Elysées||€ 11,065||€ 16,443||€ 31,998|
|Faubourg-du-Roule||€ 9,483||€ 12,851||€ 18,249|
|Madeleine||€ 10,036||€ 13,173||€ 20,729|
|Europe||€ 8,989||€ 12,066||€ 17,577|