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Property Overview

Paris 16 – On the corner of the sought after Jardins du Ranelagh and within a few minutes of the lake at the Bois de Boulogne, this late 19th Century residence offers a peaceful leafy setting within 5 mins of the Metro Ranelagh and the Primary International School of Paris. The 300m2 apartment occupies the entire main storey and enjoys the ceiling heights (3m80) and decorative splendour typical of such reception floors: beautiful wall and ceiling mouldings, mirror surmounted fireplaces and oak parquet. 

The 7 main rooms could be allocated in different ways between reception, study and sleeping. As it is, the drawing room, with an exceptional ceiling fresco, adjoins the dining room and there are two further living rooms with fitted book casing. 




Property Details

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Reference T77484BTX75 Price
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Bedrooms 4 bed Bathrooms 3 bath
Accommodation 295 m2 Land 0 m2 - 0 ha
Town Paris 16 Department Paris
Location
  • City property
Property Type
Property Features
  • Garage
  • High speed internet
  • Sauna
Property Condition
  • Excellent condition

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Full Property Description

The family kitchen and breakfast room is impeccable, fully fitted and modern. The master suite has a bathroom, a shower room and a dressing room. There are two more bedrooms, one of which has been adapted for fitness with a sauna. There is a further shower room, a utility room and two separate toilets. There are entrances front and back, a lift and a live-in caretaker which shows in the gleam of the building bannister and mosaic flooring. Two storage cellars are included and there are 2 top floor servant’s rooms and 2 parking spaces in an adjacent building which could be purchased separately to make this the perfect and practical Parisian residence.

To reach the doors to the building, a ‘Hotel Particulier’ converted into 7 residences, you cross a smartly paved front garden. 

It is well set back from the street and looks South West onto the trees of the garden-lined avenue. The security doors are controlled by code and interphone. The bright entrance hall extends back to the traditional hall, with curved bannister, mosaic paving, stained glass and mouldings. The apartment is easily reached by stairs and lift. The panelled wooden entrance doors open into the flat’s broad hall (25m2). It is from here that the generous reception rooms (drawing room 37m2 and dining room 26m2) lead off to the tree views and the balcony of the front façade. To the right there is another ample reception room (30m2) which leads onto the modern kitchen and a guest toilet. At the back of the reception hall, a door leads to the master suite. The bedroom looks out at the trees and the dressing room to the courtyard. There is a bathroom and a shower room with toilet. The kitchen (22m2) is convivially fitted with a central island, set between the bright windows onto the courtyard. It is fully fitted with two sinks, both ovens, dishwasher, induction hob, extractor fan and ample lacquered storage units. Beyond the kitchen there is a smart corridor leading onto the remaining rooms: a library, impressively fitted with lit display cases, and two bedrooms, one kitted out as a fitness room with a sauna and adjacent shower room. 

There is a storage area and a laundry room with sink and draining board. The service entrance also has a lift, leading to the top floor service rooms. There is independent gas heating and the service charge, which includes the live-in caretaker, is 950 Euros a month. 

LOCATION …
In one direction you can enjoy the extensive runs/walks of the Bois de Boulogne, and in the other you reach Metro Ranelagh (line 9) or Muette (RER C) within minutes. There is excellent shopping on the nearby Avenue Mozart as well as a closer convenience store. The 16th arrondissement of Paris is prized for its tranquil, elegant lifestyle with luxury shopping and quality markets. It is sought after by leaders of business and society. Educational provision at primary and college level is very close (Prokofiev, Bauches, Moliere) as is the primary branch of the International School.

The family kitchen and breakfast room is impeccable, fully fitted and modern. The master suite has To reach the doors to the building, a ‘Hotel Particulier’ converted into 7 residences, you cross a smartly paved front garden. It is well set back from the street and looks South West onto the trees of the garden-lined avenue. The security doors are controlled by code and interphone. The bright entrance hall extends back to the traditional hall, with curved bannister, mosaic paving, stained glass and mouldings. The apartment is easily reached by stairs and lift. The panelled wooden entrance doors open into the flat’s broad hall (25m2). It is from here that the generous reception rooms (drawing room 37m2 and dining room 26m2) lead off to the tree views and the balcony of the front façade. To the right there is another ample reception room (30m2) which leads onto the modern kitchen and a guest toilet. 

At the back of the reception hall, a door leads to the master suite. The bedroom looks out at the trees and the dressing room to the courtyard. There is a bathroom and a shower room with toilet. 

The kitchen (22m2) is convivially fitted with a central island, set between the bright windows onto the courtyard. It is fully fitted with two sinks, both ovens, dishwasher, induction hob, extractor fan and ample lacquered storage units. Beyond the kitchen there is a smart corridor leading onto the remaining rooms: a library, impressively fitted with lit display cases, and two bedrooms, one kitted out as a fitness room with a sauna and adjacent shower room. There is a storage area and a laundry room with sink and draining board.

The service entrance also has a lift, leading to the top floor service rooms. There is independent gas heating and the service charge, which includes the live-in caretaker, is 950 Euros a month. 

In one direction you can enjoy the extensive runs/walks of the Bois de Boulogne, and in the other you reach Metro Ranelagh (line 9) or Muette (RER C) within minutes. There is excellent shopping on the nearby Avenue Mozart as well as a closer convenience store. The 16th arrondissement of Paris is prized for its tranquil, elegant lifestyle with luxury shopping and quality markets. It is sought after by leaders of business and society. Educational provision at primary and college level is very close (Prokofiev, Bauches, Moliere) as is the primary branch of the International School. a bathroom, a shower room and a dressing room. There are two more bedrooms, one of which has been adapted for fitness with a sauna. There is a further shower room, a utility room and two separate toilets. There are entrances front and back, a lift and a live-in caretaker which shows in the gleam of the building bannister and mosaic flooring. Two storage cellars are included and there are 2 top floor servant’s rooms and 2 parking spaces in an adjacent building which could be purchased separately to make this the perfect and practical Parisian residence.

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