A stone's throw from the Rodin Museum and the Hotel Matignon, located at a remarkable address and one of the most popular in the 7th arrondissement, on the noble floor of a former private mansion (former reception rooms), accessible by lift, exceptional apartment of 213.56 sqm on the ground (Carrez law of 191.5 sqm and mezzanine 16.31 sqm); it consists of an entrance opening in a row onto a magnificent living room, a dining room and an office, on the courtyard two suites, including a master bedroom with bathroom and dressing room on the mezzanine of 17 sqm. Height under ceiling 4m35. Apartment completely renovated with original elements preserved (woodwork, moldings, parquet, period fireplace). In the 19th century, the work on this apartment was carried out by the architect Alexandre Dominique Denuelle, a great decorator (to whom we owe, among other things, the creation of the famous gallery of the Château d'Eu, Napoleon III's apartment in the Louvre). His brother Charles Denuelle made and signed some trumeaux.