A townhouse, in the Parisian Carré des Antiquaires district
Collecting discrete townhouses, the Carré des Antiquaires district is a greatly prized Parisian location where one can enjoy browsing for antiques.
Near the Orsay museum, art galleries or 17th and 18th century mansions, the Carré des Antiquaires has often been the epicenter for leading contenders of French culture. Voltaire, Picasso, Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, and more recently, Gérard Depardieu, celebrities looking for discretion have often acquired properties in this very secluded district.
Townhouses and stars, inside the Carré des Antiquaires in Paris
In order to move closer to its aristocratic and bohemian universe, where the flow of ideas is legendary, antique dealers have deserted the Right Bank and the area of Drouot. For the owner of this exceptional property, who evolves in the literary field, the research for calm and charm are the winning elements of his fulfilment.
Good taste and sun on every floor
Perfect taste and imagination prevail on each of the four floors of this 200 m² house with access through a paved courtyard. Its double living room features a 5-meter high ceiling conveying a majestic allure. In addition to the amenities of the Master Bed Room and its star dressing room, there is also great luminosity and no neighbors across the way. Essential assets in Paris…
Parisian chic for decoration buffs
This property is offered by www.engelvoelkers.com