Paris 7th: elitist Haussmann residences

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Paris 7th: elitist Haussmann residences


The seventh arrondissement is renowned for its luxury, prestige and the beauty of its Haussmann-style buildings and flats.

Living in a Parisian palace

The seventh arrondissement is a very popular and admired area. With one of the highest prices per square metre in the whole of France, this district is renowned for its artists and politicians. Indeed one finds there many official institutions, embassy and in particular the Matignon hotel, but also, artistic monuments like the Rodin museum or the Orsay museum. Living in the heart of these monuments is a real privilege, because on a daily basis, life rubs shoulders with politics and art.

The privilege of living in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower

We can discover many sublime artistic elements such as the Champ-de-Mars, the Palais Bourbon or the Bon Marché. The seventh arrondissement will also appeal to historians, especially with the Hôtel National des Invalides and the new Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Trinity as well as the military school. The seventh arrondissement is home to a wealthy population, living in many luxury properties, for example in the rue Saint-Thomas-d'Aquin or the rue Gros Caillou.

A real estate gem of the nobility

Here, for example, is a renovated flat just opposite the Eiffel Tower and its vast green spaces. On the first floor of a former private mansion from the end of the 19th century, this renovated property retains traces of the 18th century. With a surface area of almost 150 m², this four-room apartment offers an entrance hall, a living/dining room and two bedrooms, one of which has a dressing room.

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Paris West Sotheby's International Realty, expert in luxury and prestige real estate in Paris