The apartment of Yves Saint Laurent


On the rue de Babylone, in a court of the elegant 7th arrondissement of Paris, a private entrance gives access to the historic residence of famed couturier and art collector Yves Saint Laurent, where he lived from 1972 to 2008.

A magnificent 5,600-sq.ft. south facing duplex opening onto a 4,700-sq.ft. garden with an unimpeded view on the private park lying beyond, it includes:

On the higher level, measuring 3,700 sq.ft.: 1st floor (US 2nd) on the garden side, ground floor (US 1st) on the court side

Magnificent entrance hall with black marble floor and ceiling gilded with gold leaf

750-sq.ft. grand salon with 12.5-ft. high ceiling and 5 tall windows overlooking the garden, floor-to-ceiling oak panelling and fireplace

Dining room with fireplace, overlooking the garden

Music room with 3 tall windows overlooking the court

Large master suite overlooking the garden with dressing room, bathroom, and fireplace

Two other bedrooms overlooking the court, one bath

Pantry with dumbwaiter
Linen room
Staff quarters

On the lower level, measuring 1,900 sq.ft.: ground floor (US 1st) on the garden side, basement on the court side

Hall with cabinet of curiosities

Large 750-sq.ft. salon cum library with fireplace and 5 French windows opening onto the terrace and garden

Large bedroom opening onto the garden with dressing room and bathroom, oak panelling and fireplace

Professional kitchen

Living room for staff

Wine or storage cellar(s)

2 parking spaces in the court

One 635-sq.ft. apartment on the top floor and two 130-sq.ft. maid's rooms

Asking price: 23,500,000 ?

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