Paris 6e

In the 14th century, it was called "Chemin Herbu" (Grassy Road)


18th-century properties, magnificent Haussmann constructions, Art Deco buildings and their more modern counterparts stand side by side in harmony in this district, shaping its history and offering a broad real estate palette comprised of both old and new - rare for Paris -, but always high class.

The area is family friendly, with plenty of spacious properties that are always in good repair. 

The locals are wealthy couples or families, and investments here are always sound.

Not to be missed

The former artist’s studios on Rue Notre Dame des Champs embody all the splendour of Montparnasse’s heyday, while the entirely tiled façade, like the metro, of 26 Rue Vavin and the caryatids of no.82 of the same street offer an architectural exploration of the little-known Parisian Art Deco.

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Neighborhood Life

Life in the district moves to the pace of its prestigious schools, with plenty of hubbub at letting out time. Bookstores and study spots are also not lacking, nor are cultural institutions, such as the Théâtre du Lucernaire.

The many local shops as well as the organic market open on Sundays on Boulevard Raspail round off this family-bubble feel.

The restaurants have almost an equal reputation to the generations of artists who have dined there, at La Rotonde, Le Dôme, La Coupole and La Closerie des Lilas, and which have seen Fitzgerald lectured by Hemingway or Cendrars and Rilke squabble.

The more exotic menus proposed by Benchy, Quinsou and Sando Rolls will take your taste buds on a culinary voyage.

A mixture of tradition and curiosity that sits perfectly with the district, a stone’s throw from the Jardin du Luxembourg.

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A 25-hectare park featuring formal gardens, fountains and sculptures, as well as tennis and petanque courts.

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Our properties in the Notre-Dame-des-Champs neighborhood and surroundings

The Notre Dame des Champs district is a sought-after area for properties such as lofts and artists' studios. 

These were the homes of American painter James Abbott McNeill Whisler, Expressionist painter Max Beckmann and Cubist painter Fernand Léger, who in 1924 founded the Académie de l'Art Moderne, which became the Académie de l'Art Contemporain in 1934. 

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