Paris 6e

It is synonymous with playgrounds


Along the Haussmann boulevards, the history of Paris is incarnated in the area’s architecture, a faithful gallery of all the styles and eras that have shaped Paris, from the Gallo-Roman graveyard to the Roman kiln discovered in the 20th century and the gardens of the Senate, a time capsule of the Gallo-Roman era with buildings inspired by the Vienna Secession on Rue Vavin along with the modern post-Haussmann building on Rue Guynemer.

The diversity of architectural styles holds one thing in common - elegance. Here more than anywhere else in Paris, real estate is all about luxury, properties are coveted, with little room for negotiation, and this is reflected in prices, which are constantly on the rise.

Central, with a thriving cultural scene and close to Paris’ best schools, but also residential, the district has been attracting Parisian families for generations, along with a sophisticated set of foreign clients.

Not to be missed

Walk along the Jardin des Grands-Explorateurs to admire the remarkable buildings of the Pharmaceutical College and the Institute of Art and Archaeology before settling into the Closerie des Lilas to try find the exact spot where Ernest Hemingway once attempted to get a glimpse of James Joyce.

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Neighborhood Life

The public park is central to the district’s life, with its rose garden, temporary exhibitions, fun and games for children and reading spots. 

The Luco is the district’s metronome and reassuring stopping place, a true breath of Parisian life. 

Rediscover a Paris of dreams, narrated in the delightful Marin Montagut bazaar on Rue Madame, or find a table at La Closerie des Lilas where Hemingway once spied with admiration on James Joyce.

Stop off for tea at Treize au Jardin, Bread & Roses or Mamie Gâteaux before feeding your mind at the Musée Zadkine, and if the weather is on your side, stop by Sadaharu Aoki to fill up on sweet treats to enjoy on the lawn of the Jardin des Grands-Explorateurs.

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Luxembourg Garden

The Médicis fountain is one of the most important decorative elements in the Jardin du Luxembourg. The widow of Henri IV, Marie de Médicis, was responsible for this beautiful piece of architecture. Her wish was to create the atmosphere of the nymphaeums and fountains of the Italian gardens of her childhood, in particular the Boboli gardens in Florence.

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Marin Montagut

Under his eponymous brand, he creates the objects that are missing from his daily life and displays them in his Parisian boutique.

Zadkine Museum

Dedicated to the work of Russian sculptor Ossip Zadkine. It houses more than 300 sculptures, drawings and engravings, as well as photographs and documents about the artist's life.

Our properties in the Luxembourg neighborhood and surroundings

The Luxembourg district is one of the most prestigious districts of Paris. It is therefore logical that real estate in this area is very popular. Real estate in the area is generally of a high standard. Townhouses, Haussmann apartments and luxury apartments are in high demand and sell quickly.

It is an ideal location for investors looking for prestigious real estate in Paris. With its sophisticated atmosphere and proximity to the city's main attractions, the neighborhood offers an exceptional quality of life for residents. Real estate in this area is in high demand, due to its rarity and quality, making it a safe and potentially profitable investment.

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