This residential 3 bed, 2 bath is located on the 2nd floor of a well kept modern building right between Trocadéro and the Passy neighborhood in the Northern part of the 16th arrondissement. It currently features a spacious entrance, a large living room that opens up to a balcony running all along the building and overlooking the low traffic street, one office (which the initial floor plan foresees as a 1st bedroom with en-suite bathroom) equally opening up to the balcony and low traffic street, two nicely sized bedrooms to the wide and open courtyard, a 2nd bathroom with bathtub, a spacious eat-in kitchen and a guest toilet.
111,41m2 (1,195 sq ft)
Surprisingly for this kind of construction (1965), this property offers a better ceiling height (2,68 m) than usually to be expected, massive wooden floor parquet, decent moldings and a fire place. The modular floor plan allows various ways of lay-out (e.g. transforming the kitchen into a bedroom, while creating a 42 m² living / dining room with open kitchen). Despite being located on a lower floor, this property benefits from complete absence of noise, a lot of light at every time of the day and fulfills all requirements a family would have when wanting to live in a prestigious and sougt after residential neighborhood.
Paris: 16th arrondissement
The bourgeois 16th is still the strong favorite for families looking for good schools, tree-lined boulevards and well-maintained dressed stone buildings. This large arrondissement, spanning the entire west side of Paris, contains mostly residential neighborhoods, but also a couple of gorgeous parks. The immense Bois de Boulogne offers everything from horse racing, to boating on lakes, a children’s amusement park, extensive rose gardens, an outdoor theatre and a number of lovely restaurants. The areas closest to the Arc de Triomphe, Trocadero, and the Place Victor Hugo are the most expensive areas for real estate, while the area to the south along Ave. Mozart to Village d’Auteuil is populated with gated communities of single-family mansions. Historically the home of the French and international bourgeois, the many hôtels particuliers here remain prestigious private homes, or house a number of Paris’ museums, embassies and cultural centers.
Average price: €9,780/m2; +5.8% over one year; +23.1% over 10 years
The 16th arrondissement is still the strong favorite for families looking for good schools, lush parks, good quality of life and well-maintained classic style buildings. Prices are highest in the northern areas around Victor Hugo, the Etoile and the Trocadero. Prices dip farther south near around avenue Mozart and the Mairie, as well as the area near Auteuil, which is a favorite for some French residents for its village-like feel. The lowest prices are found in the southern most part of the 16th. Average price: 9,780 €/m2, ranging from 7,056 € to 14,345 €/m2, depending on the area.
Current Market Prices — 16th arrondissement
|Neighborhood||Price/m2 in euros|
|Auteuil||€ 6,650||€ 9,014||€ 12,375|
|Muette||€ 7,377||€ 10,040||€ 14,222|
|Porte-Dauphine||€ 7,493||€ 10,115||€ 15,013|
|Chaillot||€ 7,644||€ 10,358||€ 15,309|