Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
Chaillot, PARIS 16e, 207 m2
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Apartment - Duplex - 3 bedrooms - top floor - balcony - haussmannien - Paris 16 - Chaillot

PALAIS GALLIERA Between the places of Iéna and the Alma, in a quiet street located a stone's throw from the Palais Galliera and the shops of rue de Chaillot, an elegant 207 sqm duplex apartment on the top two floors of a building perfectly maintained Haussmannian style. Accessible by elevator and only on the landing, this crossing property is composed on the 5th floor, of an entrance gallery, a double living room opening onto a running balcony and a large bedroom both overlooking the street, a second bedroom overlooking the courtyard, a bathroom and separate toilet, as well as a laundry room. Accessible by an internal staircase, the upper floor consists on the street, an office adjoining a dining room, a large equipped kitchen, and on the courtyard, a master suite with its dressing room, its bathroom and shower, and separate toilet. In perfect condition, this property has retained its classic elements. Air conditioning on the 6th floor, two cellars and the possibility of renting a parking space nearby.

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District : Neighborhood Chaillot

Chaillot is culture and refined discretion. From Porte Maillot to l’Etoile, from Alma to Palais de Chaillot, the Haussmann spirit triumphs in buildings that display their very courteous nobility. Here people live, work, visit, eat, walk...

A built-up neighbourhood, it is nevertheless crossed by greenery in the upper part of avenue Foch, the Trocadero gardens, and the delightful place des Etas Unis, where for the last few years the house of Baccarat has reigned supreme. Luxury and refinement are the key words when describing an area that has an abundance of the top and most beautiful restaurants. It is a celebration of art de vivre - French style.

Heir to the universal exhibitions, remarkable museums proliferate: fashion lovers will visit Palais Galliera; Asian art enthusiasts will lose themselves in the Musée Guimet; performance art enthusiasts will shuttle between the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and Palais de Tokyo; and those yearning for the sea can plunge into the marvellous Trocadero aquarium.

There's a lot to learn around here. Much to discover, and depths to explore.     

 

Local life:

Like all hills, Chaillot is made for walking and climbing. In these sometimes very narrow streets which lead onto wide avenues, you often move from the shade to the light. The sun shines on the Trocadero lawns and steps from where you can admire the most beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower; the sumptuous, delicious shade of the Shang-palace, the Chinese Shangri-La restaurant, which serves the best Peking duck in Paris …

 

Don’t miss:

One of the most surprising views of Paris can be seen from the apartments in the buildings situated between rue Copernic, rue Lauriston, and rue Paul Valéry. The extraordinary Passy reservoirs are hidden here - an inner courtyard occupied by a genuine urban lake, invisible from the street. Fascinating! 

 


Estate Agent : Pierre-Alexandre Mansard

+33 (0)1.45.55.79.20

+33 (0)6.17.56.84.57

pamansard@varenne.fr


Neighborhood Chaillot

Chaillot is culture and refined discretion. From Porte Maillot to l’Etoile, from Alma to Palais de Chaillot, the Haussmann spirit triumphs in buildings that display their very courteous nobility. Here people live, work, visit, eat, walk...

A built-up neighbourhood, it is nevertheless crossed by greenery in the upper part of avenue Foch, the Trocadero gardens, and the delightful place des Etas Unis, where for the last few years the house of Baccarat has reigned supreme. Luxury and refinement are the key words when describing an area that has an abundance of the top and most beautiful restaurants. It is a celebration of art de vivre - French style.

Heir to the universal exhibitions, remarkable museums proliferate: fashion lovers will visit Palais Galliera; Asian art enthusiasts will lose themselves in the Musée Guimet; performance art enthusiasts will shuttle between the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and Palais de Tokyo; and those yearning for the sea can plunge into the marvellous Trocadero aquarium.

There's a lot to learn around here. Much to discover, and depths to explore.     

 

Local life:

Like all hills, Chaillot is made for walking and climbing. In these sometimes very narrow streets which lead onto wide avenues, you often move from the shade to the light. The sun shines on the Trocadero lawns and steps from where you can admire the most beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower; the sumptuous, delicious shade of the Shang-palace, the Chinese Shangri-La restaurant, which serves the best Peking duck in Paris …

 

Don’t miss:

One of the most surprising views of Paris can be seen from the apartments in the buildings situated between rue Copernic, rue Lauriston, and rue Paul Valéry. The extraordinary Passy reservoirs are hidden here - an inner courtyard occupied by a genuine urban lake, invisible from the street. Fascinating!