Peter Lindbergh’s residence in a historic mansion of Saint-Germain-des-Prés


A part of the former residence of legendary fashion photographer and film director Peter Lindbergh, who died in 2019, this 339 sq.m. (3,649 sq.ft.) apartment, located on the piano nobile, accessed via a grand staircase or an elevator to be installed shortly at the seller’s expense, of a landmark, 17th-century grand mansion in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and a stone’s throw from the river, gives onto two large courtyards and enjoys 4 orientations, a ceiling height of 4m. and total quiet.

Entrance hall with window and ceiling painted by Pierre Alechinsky

Through-light, east-west facing grand salon with 3 tall windows and a large fireplace

Magnificent dining room with open kitchen, pantry and 2 tall, south-facing windows

Master suite including bedroom with east-facing window and herringbone parquet floor, walk-in closet, large study (or guest bedroom) with 3 north-facing windows and large, marble bathroom with picture window and high ceiling

Second bedroom with south-west facing picture window, concrete floor and bathroom on mezzanine

Magnificent, photographer’s studio with a vast, west-facing picture window, concrete floor, storage room and mezzanine for storage of archives

Air conditioning


Parking garage nearby

Price on request
No proceedings pending.
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