A work of art opening onto the Champ-de-mars park


An exceptional, 992 sq.m. (10,678 sq.ft.), 19th-century mansion, entirely redesigned in great style and down to the last detail by one of the most prominent, internationally renowned French contemporary architects given carte blanche by the previous owner, a great art collector. This magnificent house opens onto a 112 sq.m. landscaped garden with its private access to the park, and offers from the higher floors a panoramic view of the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides. A masterpiece.

Ground (U.S. 1st) floor

Grand entry hall
Sitting and TV room with a contemporary fireplace opening onto the garden
Large dining room opening onto the garden
Magnificent, fully-fitted, professional kitchen

An impressive, sculptural spiral staircase and an elevator lead to the other floors.

First (U.S. 2nd) floor

This floor is entirely devoted to a magnificent living room with 4.45m. (14.6ft.) high ceiling and tall arched windows on both sides, comprising various lounge areas, two architect-designed fireplaces and an amazing luminous ceiling

Second (U.S. 3rd) floor

Vast master suite overlooking the park, with study, 2 bathrooms and 2 dressing rooms (3.40m. ceiling)

Third (U.S. 4th) floor

Two further suites, each with bathroom and dressing room


Swimming pool
Fitness room
Steam room
Laundry room
Studio for staff with shower room

Parking spaces available close by

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