Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
Monceau, Paris 8e, 287.68 m2
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Detached private mansion

On a no-through road at the heart of the 8th arrondissement, this elegant 5-storey private mansion comes complete with a lift and a 45 sq.m (484 sq ft) terrace. Like a typical English house, filled with light throughout. Hall, closet and first lounge. Vast La Cornue-equipped open kitchen on the garden level as well as an adjoining dining room with a glazed ceiling opening onto a 45 sq.m (484 sq ft) terrace, a utility room, and a pantry in addition to a 3/4 bathroom. Two bedrooms each with a bathroom or shower room and toilet on the first and second floors. The top floors contain an air-conditioned master suite with a bedroom, dressing room, office, shower room, sauna and sports space under a glass dome. Near Place de l'Etoile, shops and public transport services, and close to Parc Monceau and EIB bilingual school. Three parking spaces available. Exceptional and rare property, a haven of peace and quiet right in the centre of Paris.

Fees payable by the purchaser, 5% tax included
Price excluding fees : 5,600,000 €


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District : Neighborhood Parc Monceau

A secret garden in the heart of the 8th, the neighbourhood surrounding Parc Monceau exudes a comfortable calm. The buildings are Haussmannian yet have a country flourish. Early morning, you can buy a croissant at Valois as if in a village square. Along rue de Monceau CT Loo’s red pagoda locks eyes with the giant Buddhas that smile, placidly, from the Musée Cernuschi. Here, the homes of the Jacquemart-Andrés or Camondos became museums. Invite yourself round to the residences of the wealthiest of days gone by, and make the most of their nests. History muddles with the day-to-day, elegance on a whim pervades the streets, and you lose yourself in the shade of Chartres’ "folly" that would one day become Parc Monceau. What we’d call ‘the art of living’…

 

This business district is also a family neighbourhood. In the large roomy Haussmannian buildings, law firms rub shoulders with smart apartments that are as expansive as they are bourgeois. If the mansion houses that border Parc Monceau attract the world’s greatest fortunes, the rest of the quartier is home to a discreet and refined population concerned with calm and comfort, where everybody knows each other. The elegance of the street plan, these large and clean roads with their proximity to the park (which often appears fleetingly at the end of the streets), makes this a neighbourhood that appeals to Parisians smitten with its quietude, living as if at a country club.

 

Neighbourhood Life :
this is a world in which contrast reigns. Between the morning and evening hustle and bustle when slick lawyers and wealthy financiers come and go from their offices. Between stone and greenery, the past and the present, high-energy and lassitude. Mere moments from étoile, Concorde, and the Champs élysées, here, one enjoys absolute calm that is a truly Parisian luxury.

 

Not to be missed :
the charming incongruity of Parc Monceau, surrounded by mansion houses that seem unaffected by the passing of time.

 


Estate Agent : Marie-Agnès BOYER

+33 1 45 55 79 10

+33 6 19 92 25 87

maboyer@varenne.fr


Neighborhood Parc Monceau

A secret garden in the heart of the 8th, the neighbourhood surrounding Parc Monceau exudes a comfortable calm. The buildings are Haussmannian yet have a country flourish. Early morning, you can buy a croissant at Valois as if in a village square. Along rue de Monceau CT Loo’s red pagoda locks eyes with the giant Buddhas that smile, placidly, from the Musée Cernuschi. Here, the homes of the Jacquemart-Andrés or Camondos became museums. Invite yourself round to the residences of the wealthiest of days gone by, and make the most of their nests. History muddles with the day-to-day, elegance on a whim pervades the streets, and you lose yourself in the shade of Chartres’ "folly" that would one day become Parc Monceau. What we’d call ‘the art of living’…

 

This business district is also a family neighbourhood. In the large roomy Haussmannian buildings, law firms rub shoulders with smart apartments that are as expansive as they are bourgeois. If the mansion houses that border Parc Monceau attract the world’s greatest fortunes, the rest of the quartier is home to a discreet and refined population concerned with calm and comfort, where everybody knows each other. The elegance of the street plan, these large and clean roads with their proximity to the park (which often appears fleetingly at the end of the streets), makes this a neighbourhood that appeals to Parisians smitten with its quietude, living as if at a country club.

 

Neighbourhood Life :
this is a world in which contrast reigns. Between the morning and evening hustle and bustle when slick lawyers and wealthy financiers come and go from their offices. Between stone and greenery, the past and the present, high-energy and lassitude. Mere moments from étoile, Concorde, and the Champs élysées, here, one enjoys absolute calm that is a truly Parisian luxury.

 

Not to be missed :
the charming incongruity of Parc Monceau, surrounded by mansion houses that seem unaffected by the passing of time.