Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
Invalides, Paris 7e, 93.72 m2
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Apartment with charm - Breteuil Invalides area

BRETEUIL INVALIDES In an early-20th-century former private mansion with lovely common areas, this 93.72 sq.m (1,008 sq ft) apartment under the Carrez Law is situated on the first floor and accessed via stairs. The hall leads to a spacious lounge and semi-open kitchen all overlooking the church of Saint-François-Xavier, a peaceful main bedroom with shower room, toilet,dressing room, a second one with a separate toilet and bathroom. Fantastic 3.25m (10.6ft) ceiling height - Option to fit out a second bedroom. Large cellar also included. Apartment with charm offering peace and quiet.

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District : Neighborhood Invalides

The perspective has always been a dream: the dome of the Invalides, its classical façade, the green expanse of the lawns, then Pont Alexandre III, the crazy glass roof on the Grand Palais, and finally the Champs-Elysées, which can be seen on the other side of the Seine.

French style grandeur, this district offers a sumptuous example of timeless perfection. To own a little corner of it is to be part of the history of Paris. The apartments on rue Fabert and rue de Constantine have some of the most beautiful views of the capital. Close by, rue de Bourgogne is quieter, but it is one of the most elegant and coveted streets in the city. And then Place de Palais Bourbon, so pure in form and elegance, so Parisian, is also a highly sought-after address.

Behind the doorways on rue de Grenelle and rue Saint Dominique, there are many discreet gardens, the remains of former private mansions, side by side with embassies and ministries. Here politics as well as artistic genius arrives uninvited: at the corner of rue Varenne and boulevard des Invalides, Musée Rodin is a constant delight, and has the largest private garden in Paris - an exquisite place to relax in the spring, like taking a walk in the fields...

 

Local life:

There is a lot to be seen in Les Invalides: fashion week models on the terraces of L’Esplanade; journalists plotting at Le Bourbon; members and ministers who sneak into Loiseau rive gauche or in the amazing Chez Françoise, under Les Invalides station; politicians who have their hair cut at Michel Caro, rue de Bourgogne; and the bibliophiles who guard their rare pearl in the remarkable bookstore au Dauphin, 55 rue de Bourgogne; poetry enthusiasts drink to the memory of Aragon and Victor Hugo at the Club des Poètes... Here past, present, and future meld together...

 

Don’t miss:

Paris is a mecca for the best restaurants in the world. But if there is one where everyone has to eat a least once in a lifetime, it is L'Arpège, rue de Varenne. Alain Passard does not offer a meal, but a journey. A journey of tastes, aromas, and flavours. He's not a cook, he's an artist.

 


Estate Agent : Henri Jacolin

+ 33 1.45.55.79.00

+ 33 6.04.52.44.81

hjacolin@varenne.fr


Neighborhood Invalides

The perspective has always been a dream: the dome of the Invalides, its classical façade, the green expanse of the lawns, then Pont Alexandre III, the crazy glass roof on the Grand Palais, and finally the Champs-Elysées, which can be seen on the other side of the Seine.

French style grandeur, this district offers a sumptuous example of timeless perfection. To own a little corner of it is to be part of the history of Paris. The apartments on rue Fabert and rue de Constantine have some of the most beautiful views of the capital. Close by, rue de Bourgogne is quieter, but it is one of the most elegant and coveted streets in the city. And then Place de Palais Bourbon, so pure in form and elegance, so Parisian, is also a highly sought-after address.

Behind the doorways on rue de Grenelle and rue Saint Dominique, there are many discreet gardens, the remains of former private mansions, side by side with embassies and ministries. Here politics as well as artistic genius arrives uninvited: at the corner of rue Varenne and boulevard des Invalides, Musée Rodin is a constant delight, and has the largest private garden in Paris - an exquisite place to relax in the spring, like taking a walk in the fields...

 

Local life:

There is a lot to be seen in Les Invalides: fashion week models on the terraces of L’Esplanade; journalists plotting at Le Bourbon; members and ministers who sneak into Loiseau rive gauche or in the amazing Chez Françoise, under Les Invalides station; politicians who have their hair cut at Michel Caro, rue de Bourgogne; and the bibliophiles who guard their rare pearl in the remarkable bookstore au Dauphin, 55 rue de Bourgogne; poetry enthusiasts drink to the memory of Aragon and Victor Hugo at the Club des Poètes... Here past, present, and future meld together...

 

Don’t miss:

Paris is a mecca for the best restaurants in the world. But if there is one where everyone has to eat a least once in a lifetime, it is L'Arpège, rue de Varenne. Alain Passard does not offer a meal, but a journey. A journey of tastes, aromas, and flavours. He's not a cook, he's an artist.