Paris 17th district Villiers

Villiers

Paris 17th arrondissement villiers

Villiers was a hamlet that previously bore the name of Villiers la Garenne, and was attached to Levallois-Perret. The track that led to it became Avenue de Villiers. The Villiers neighborhood represents the junction between Monceau and Batignolles. This historic neighborhood is near leafy Parc Monceau, the 17th arrondissement’s green lung. Properties for sale range from studio apartments to 6-room apartments.
Avenue de Villiers

Avenue de Villiers

This runs from Boulevard de Courcelles to Avenue Stéphane-Mallarmé. It boasts the 17th arrondissement’s only museum: the Jean-Jacques Henner National Museum, at No. 43. The decoration of this Hotel Particulier is a fine witness to the IIIrd Republic period.

Alexandre Dumas Jr. lived at 98, avenue de Villiers.
Rue de Lévis

Rue de Lévis

A very old street which from the seventh century led from Paris to Argenteuil crossing the village of Monceau. Since 1840 it has borne the name of the former owners of the Chateau de Monceau, and is lined with delightful little shops. It is also renowned for its open-air market. Rue de Lévis is one of the 17th arrondissement’s most keenly sought-after streets.

In the middle of the 19th century two ballrooms were at numbers 4 and 8: the Coq Hardi and the Salle de la Réunion. They disappeared in 1885.
Rue de Tocqueville

Rue de Tocqueville

Part of the old road that led to Argenteuil, this has had several names, the last but one being Chemin d'Asnières. It got its current name from historian Alexis de Tocqueville. At “Aux Merveilleux de Fred” succumb to a pastry… Frédéric Vaucamp delights the tastebuds with his whimsical and refined creations.

The majority of properties marketed are apartments.