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FOR SALE Collection apartment overlooking La Maison de verre Paris 7e - 347.63m²
FOR SALE Family flat and reception PARIS 7e - 261m²
FOR SALE A rare and exceptional pied à terre PARIS 7e - 198.17m²
FOR SALE Apartment with spectacular views PARIS 7e - 355m²
FOR SALE Saint-Germain-des-Prés Paris 7e - 183.22m²
FOR SALE Elegant apartment ideally located PARIS 7e - 157m²
FOR SALE Pied-à-terre on the esplanade of the Invalides PARIS 7e - 122.17m²
FOR SALE In a beautiful freestone building PARIS 7e - 135m²
FOR SALE Bright artist's studio Paris 7e - 84.2m²
FOR SALE Perfect pied-à-terre PARIS 7e - 106.03m²
FOR SALE Two rooms with lovely views PARIS 7e - 52.5m²
FOR SALE Sevres-Babylone PARIS 7e - 50.4m²
FOR SALE Sunny, quiet and in perfect condition Paris 7e - 66.71m²
FOR SALE Flat a stone's throw from the Rodin museum PARIS 7e - 70m²

Around the Eiffel Tower, on the Left Bank of the Seine, the very elegant 7th is fighting with his neighbor the 6th, the most expensive district square in Paris. Less flashy than the 8th, the 7th is home to many official buildings and quiet residential streets. Its inhabitants appreciate the beauty of the monuments and its wide open spaces.

Despite the hordes of tourists who invade the Champ-de-Mars every day to admire the Eiffel Tower and the people who work in the various ministries, institutions and embassies, the 7th maintains a very peaceful atmosphere. The beautiful bourgeois buildings, the trees and the neat urban furniture give an impression of elegance to which the local residents are very attached. The shops are few but quality, as in the top of the street of Babylon. The boulevard Raspail and rue du Bac, to the east of the district, are among the liveliest, with many shops and breweries. However, the inhabitants of the 7th mostly have their habits at the famous department store Bon Marché, rue de Sèvres, dating from the Second Empire. These inhabitants also benefit from the important cultural offer, with the Musée d'Orsay dedicated to the Impressionists and located in the old station on the Quai d'Orsay, the Rodin museum, rue de Varenne, and the musée du Quai Branly, at bold architecture.

More discreet than some neighboring districts, the 7th nevertheless provokes an interest that does not fade, as proves the prices of real estate, always very high. The sober beauty of its avenues, the beautiful perspectives of its streets and green spaces, make it a particularly famous and much sought-after neighborhood.