A historic apartment in a landmark building on Luxembourg gardens


Rue Guynemer, on the 6th (U.S.7th) floor of a landmark building constructed in 1928 by Michel Roux-Spitz, one of the most renowned French architects of the 1930s, his own, 266 sq.m. (2,863 sq.ft.) duplex apartment, with its entire period decor preserved (light fixtures, doors, fireplaces, wrought iron, wood panelling, marble, stained glass) and opening onto a wide balcony with a spectacular view on the Luxembourg gardens, Saint-Sulpice church and the Panthéon.

6th (U.S. 7th) floor - 180 sq.m. - 3m-high ceiling

Grand entry hall
Living and dining room with fireplace and large bay windows giving onto the gardens
2 bedrooms with fireplace, overlooking the court with a view of the Eiffel Tower
1 bathroom, 1 shower room

7th (U.S. 8th) floor - 86 sq.m. - 2.75m-high ceiling

Large master suite with fireplace and large bay windows giving onto the gardens
En-suite bathroom with balcony giving onto the courtyard
2nd bedroom overlooking the gardens, with shower room
(Both bedrooms open onto 12 sq.m. terrace overlooking the Luxembourg)
Large, cross-light study overlooking a courtyard on both sides

2 large basement storage units

Optional, at extra cost:

16 sq.m. studio apartment on the top floor (directly above the bedrooms) with
shower room and large picture window overlooking the gardens (400,000 €)
Parking in the building, on the ground floor (100,000 €)

Renovation required



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