Treating yourself to a private house on the edge of Montparnasse, in Paris, is tantamount to participating in the cultural and arististic life of a district that still offers many charming assets.
Favorable to the blossoming or artistic movements, this artsy Parisian district, that hosted Apollinaire, Gauguin, Matisse, Douanier Rousseau, but also Modigliani, Zadkine, Soutine or Chagall, is in constant renewal. Its privileged environment still shelters small artist workshops—islets of greenery, sinewy streets, fountains and handsome stones are all part of its charm.
A house in Montparnasse
Between Montparnasse and the rue de Sèvres, behind a disceet door, is nestled this townhouse, with the allure of a private mansion. In full ownership, its 280 m² garden faces the sun thanks to a double exposition of its bay windows oriented towards the south. Bordering the 7th arrondissement, it offers the best of both worlds: discretion, calm and high standing.
A country touch in Paris
On three levels, this exceptional property comprises 195 m² of liveable surface, including 7 rooms. There is a definite bucolic feeling on the ground floor while the 1first level features 2 rooms with bathrooms, and two more on second level, including a master bedroom with a terrace bathed in light. Another advantage, very appreciated in the capital, the parking below offers direct access to the house…
At the heart of Montparnasse's artistic district
This property is offered by www.danielfeau.com