Duplex with private garden

Porte Dauphine, PARIS 16e - 326 m2


Duplex with private garden

BOIS DE BOULOGNE Close to the Bois de Boulogne, in a beautiful 1920s historic building, an elegant duplex "château" of about 326 sqm located on the ground floor and raised ground floor, with a private garden 500 sqm. On the first floor there is an entrance gallery with a rare ceiling height of 4.50 m, a living room of about 50 sqm with west-facing light on the garden, an office (or fourth bedroom), three bedrooms, three bathrooms. Numerous storage spaces, dressings. On the garden level, a reception room, a large 25 sqm dinning kitchen; a service apartment of 30 sqm composed of a living room, a bedroom and a bathroom with its independent entrance by the service. In the basement, a large double cellar, a wine cellar, a closed box can accommodate two vehicles, four parking spaces. Duplex in good condition with beautiful common areas. Presence of a guard.

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Neighborhood Porte Dauphine

La Porte Dauphine is the embodiment of a particular idea of elegance, almost an art de vivre. The superb buildings celebrate the quintessential Haussmann style and counter the sublime green oasis of avenue Foch. Close to L’Etoile, Les Champs and Bois de Boulogne, it is however a quiet, calm area, where offices and homes rub shoulders. The apartments there are not only spacious but also very light. Cafés and restaurants teem with people, both at lunchtime and in the evenings. People hurry to the terraces on Place de Mexico and Place Victor Hugo, or take tea in the wonderful garden of the Hôtel St James.

Living here is choosing luxury. The list of those who decided to set up home here is impressive: Anatole France lived in Villa Said; Debussy and Pagnol in square de l’Avenue Foch; Piaf and Claudel in boulevard Lannes; Callas in avenue Georges Mandel. And of course Victor Hugo, on an avenue that was soon named after him.

There is therefore real prestige to be had in living here, close to the delights of the Bois de Boulogne. What better than walking down avenue Foch, going into the Bois and walking to the magnificent Louis Vuitton Foundation building, which holds exhibitions that attract the whole world?

La Porte Dauphine is summed up by its quiet luxury and discreet elegance.

 

Local life:

Although a very urban area, it is also very green. Immerse yourself in the shelves of the excellent Lamartine bookstore, devour some delicious fries in the Brasserie Stella, eat fish on the Flandrin terrace, before losing yourself in the avenue Foch gardens (the largest, and with the most trees, in Paris) or under the beautiful foliage of avenue Georges Mandel and avenue Henri Martin, which in the spring are a veritable paradise of greenery and delicious scents...

 

Don’t miss:

In memory of the springs found in this spa district, drink a glass of the fresh and sweet water that flows from the fountain in square Lamartine which rises up from the artesian well in Passy.

 


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District : Neighborhood Porte Dauphine

La Porte Dauphine is the embodiment of a particular idea of elegance, almost an art de vivre. The superb buildings celebrate the quintessential Haussmann style and counter the sublime green oasis of avenue Foch. Close to L’Etoile, Les Champs and Bois de Boulogne, it is however a quiet, calm area, where offices and homes rub shoulders. The apartments there are not only spacious but also very light. Cafés and restaurants teem with people, both at lunchtime and in the evenings. People hurry to the terraces on Place de Mexico and Place Victor Hugo, or take tea in the wonderful garden of the Hôtel St James.

Living here is choosing luxury. The list of those who decided to set up home here is impressive: Anatole France lived in Villa Said; Debussy and Pagnol in square de l’Avenue Foch; Piaf and Claudel in boulevard Lannes; Callas in avenue Georges Mandel. And of course Victor Hugo, on an avenue that was soon named after him.

There is therefore real prestige to be had in living here, close to the delights of the Bois de Boulogne. What better than walking down avenue Foch, going into the Bois and walking to the magnificent Louis Vuitton Foundation building, which holds exhibitions that attract the whole world?

La Porte Dauphine is summed up by its quiet luxury and discreet elegance.

 

Local life:

Although a very urban area, it is also very green. Immerse yourself in the shelves of the excellent Lamartine bookstore, devour some delicious fries in the Brasserie Stella, eat fish on the Flandrin terrace, before losing yourself in the avenue Foch gardens (the largest, and with the most trees, in Paris) or under the beautiful foliage of avenue Georges Mandel and avenue Henri Martin, which in the spring are a veritable paradise of greenery and delicious scents...

 

Don’t miss:

In memory of the springs found in this spa district, drink a glass of the fresh and sweet water that flows from the fountain in square Lamartine which rises up from the artesian well in Passy.

 


Estate Agent : Agnès PINAIRE

01.45.55.79.20

06 25 74 86 35

apinaire@agencevarenne.fr

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