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Paris 17th district - Etoile

Renowned for its proximity to the Arc de Triomphe, one of Paris' iconic landmarks, the prestigious neighborhood of Étoile captivates with its cosmopolitan atmosphere and harmonious blend of history and modernity.

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées, a majestic boulevard lined with luxury boutiques and renowned restaurants, serves as the backbone of this chic district. The Haussmannian buildings that flank it, often adorned with wrought-iron balconies and elegant architectural details, enhance its undeniable charm.

Étoile is also renowned for its upscale apartments and beautifully preserved private mansions. Residences in this neighborhood offer spacious and luminous interiors, sometimes featuring antique parquet floors, sophisticated moldings, and ornate fireplaces, showcasing exceptional craftsmanship and design.

In addition to its remarkable architectural heritage, the Étoile district is home to iconic landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe, the pinnacle of the Champs-Élysées, offering spectacular panoramic views of Paris. Residents also benefit from proximity to the Palais des Congrès, a modern cultural and commercial center, as well as the Bois de Boulogne, a vast wooded park offering relaxation and recreational spaces.

Real estate prices in the Étoile neighborhood reflect its exclusivity and attractiveness, with apartments typically ranging between €11,000 and €15,000 per square meter.

It is an ideal residential choice for those seeking a prestigious address with easy access to city amenities and an elegant lifestyle in Paris.

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Place Charles de Gaulle

Over many years numerous additions have embellished this square: a triumphal elephant in 1758, an obelisk in 1770, a sundial in 1799 ... .and it was Napoleon, after Austerlitz, who decided that a colossal triumphal arch in honor of the Grand Army should be constructed; it would bear the name of Arc d'Austerlitz. Its construction was entrusted to Chalgrin. Building was long and complicated, for it was necessary to build foundations 8 meters deep to compensate for the fragility of the base. On April 2nd 1810, only a canvas model was ready to welcome Napoleon and the new empress as they entered Paris. In 1811, the arch was just 5 meters high; it was not until October 9th 1823 that Louis XVIII ordered resumption of work on the arc, now dedicated to the successful conclusion of the Spanish Civil War. By 1831, only the main structure was completed. Thiers again modified the project, and when it was inaugurated in 1836 the Arc de Triomphe was not entirely finished. Decoration of the summit had been a subject of discussion for many years without having been resolved, and even today the monument is in fact unfinished. The “Commune” installed artillery, and the monument was seriously damaged during fighting in 1871. In December 1840, Napoleon’s ashes were placed here for a few hours, and this was to become a tradition imitated with the Duke of Orleans in 1842, Thiers in 1877, as well as Gambetta, Victor Hugo, Carnot, Mac-Mahon, Foch, Joffre, Leclerc, De Lattre and Lyautey ... Under the Arc de Triomphe, the world’s biggest arch and a symbol of French military power, rests the remains of the Unknown Soldier, a homage to the victims of WWI marked by a continuous flame. The remains were buried on January 28th 1921, and the flame lit on November 11th 1923. This square, over the years known as Place de l'Etoile, was renamed in 1970 Place de l’Etoile-Charles de Gaulle.

In this neighborhood, superb private mansions, luxury apartments and “pieds à terre”, as well as office space are on the market.

Avenue de Wagram

This iconic avenue, stretching majestically from the Arc de Triomphe to Boulevard Pereire, is renowned for its refined Haussmannian architecture and imposing private mansions.

Avenue Wagram borders one of Paris's most famous squares, the Arc de Triomphe, offering a spectacular setting with its grand converging avenues and panoramic views of the city. This prestigious neighborhood attracts an international clientele seeking a residential address of high standing, combining the classic charm of Paris with modern comfort.

Properties along Avenue Wagram consist of luxurious residences, ranging from spacious apartments to opulent private mansions. These properties are distinguished by their elegant interiors, often adorned with antique parquet floors, delicate moldings, and period fireplaces, while offering modern amenities and high-end finishes.

The architecture along Avenue Wagram bears witness to Paris's history and prestige, with its elegant facades and exquisite architectural details. Each building tells a unique story of Parisian elegance, captivating buyers in search of cultural heritage and sophisticated lifestyle.

Residents of Avenue Wagram not only enjoy prestigious residential surroundings but also privileged access to some of Paris's finest restaurants, luxury boutiques, and green spaces. The Étoile district is renowned for its dynamic cultural life and cosmopolitan atmosphere, offering an incomparable quality of life in the heart of the capital.

Real Estate Prices:

In terms of real estate prices, Avenue Wagram in Étoile, 17th arrondissement of Paris, ranks among the highest in the French capital. Luxury properties along this prestigious avenue typically range between €10,000 and €12,000 per square meter, and even higher for the most exceptional properties offering panoramic views of the Arc de Triomphe and its surroundings.