In the chic Parisian 16th arrondissement, the Rue de la Pompe is a hightly coveted signature address and a pleasant living area.
Named after a pump that supplied water to the former château de la Muette, in the 18th century, the Rue de la Pompe, that shelters Janson de Sailly, the most chic lycée in the capital, is a very coveted residential artery. Between the Bois de Boulogne and the Jardin du Ranelagh, this upscale street, of the 16th arrondissement in Paris, offers a wide array of remarkable private mansions with discreet luxury.
Rue de la Pompe, the address of a certain lifestyle in Paris
Amongst famous residents on this street, there were Pierre Brossolette, François Mauriac and Maréchal Joffre. On the 4th floor of a 19th century freestone building, hides an angle apartment, whose triple exposition of bow-windows offers an insight onto the Trocadéro. Spanning 287 m², bathed in light, its living room is enhanced with balconies, a herringbone pattern wood parquet floor and a high ceiling.
Family life, in all serenity
Here there are 7 rooms and 4 bedrooms, including a parental suite, a contemporary kitchen and an office, all with the charm of mouldings and fireplaces. To make daily living more convenient, an independent studio and a maid's room are available in the residence, watched over by a concierge. An ideal setting to enjoy serene family life in Paris.
The rush towards the Western area of Paris, at the heart of the 16th arrondissement.
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