Boasting exceptional cultural attractions, Paris can lay claim to the world's most fabulous museums. Living next to one of them is a source of joy, the privilege of enjoying art and history every day.
On Place d’Iéna, in immediate proximity to the Museum of Modern Art, this beautiful apartment of 213 m2 is ensconced on the 1st floor of a Haussmann building with luxurious communal premises. It is comprised of a double reception room offering a clear view, a dining-room, kitchen, linen room, and 2 bedrooms including a master suite. 3.150.000 €. Daniel Féau Victor Hugo (01 84 79 78 38).
Grande cave. Right page : In a freestone building near the Marmottan Museum, this sublime apartment of 168 m2 offers magnificent reception rooms giving onto a charming garden of 33 m2, a dining-room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a spacious master suite opening out to a large furnished terrace of 35 m2. Large cellar. 2.650.000 €. Emile Garcin Paris Rive Droite (01 58 12 02 02).
Near the Musée d’Orsay, on the ground floor of a very prestigious freestone Haussmann building, this reception apartment of 225 m2 is comprised of a lovely entrance gallery, a vast sitting-room overlooking the banks of the Seine, a kitchen/dining-room, and 3 bedrooms including a master suite. A cellar and double box-garage complete the property. 3.500.000 €. Engel & Völkers (01 82 88 06 20).
A stone''s throw from the Louvre and Les Tuileries, this charming apartment on the 4th floor of a building with a lift basks in natural daylight. Its living space of 120 m2 is comprised of an entrance hall leading to the kitchen, lovely reception rooms surrounded by a long balcony, a study, 2 bedrooms, one with its own entrance on the landing, which could be transformed into a studio. 1.890.000 €. Propriétés Parisiennes Sotheby’s IR 8e (01 44 94 99 80).