PROPERTY FEATURES
Asking price
€ 3.477.000
Size
183 m2
FOR SALE

, Paris, France

Property Description
Off-market in Paris renovated apartment 183 m2 close to Parc Monceau Paris. On the noble floor of a former mansion, with lift and caretaker. This 183m2 flat (Loi Carrez) has been renovated with quality materials while preserving the charm and elegance of the old. Beautiful Versailles parquet flooring, French windows, mouldings, fireplaces, overmantels. Bright and large volumes with high ceilings of 4.20m. Ask for the dossier.
Off-market apartment for sale Parc Monceau Paris
It is composed of:
- an entrance hall,
- a large living room with French windows,
- a large reception room with dining room/kitchen of over 54 m2, - a master room with dressing room, shower room and toilet,
- two other bedrooms,
- a bathroom and shower, separate toilet,
- a laundry room,
- guest toilet,
- a double cellar.
Off-market apartment for sale Parc Monceau Paris
Parc Monceau, Paris France. Visit Parc Monceau in Paris France in Spring. Parc Monceau is a public park situated in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France, at the junction of Boulevard de Courcelles, Rue de Prony and Rue Georges Berger. At the main entrance is a rotunda. The park covers an area of 8.2 hectares (20.3 acres). The entrance to Paris Métro station Monceau is located at the park's main entrance on Boulevard de Courcelles.


About Parc Monceau Paris
This chic and elegant park in the west of Paris is one of the few where you can rest on the lawn in summer. A true haven of peace and harmony in a privileged neighbourhood, as much for the opulence of the bourgeois residences as for the nearby presence of numerous quality museums, Cernuschi, Camondo, Jacquemart-André.

Both appreciated by the joggers of the district who run around the towers like so many sand rings and by the battalions of children leaving the schools, the Parc Monceau has several high entrances worthy of the Place Stanislas in Nancy, so prestigious are its wrought iron gates. Its origins date back to 1787 when the Duke of Chartres, father of Louis-Philippe, had an exotic garden designed near the village of Monceau, then outside Paris.

The landscape designers Carmontelle and Blaikie imagined unusual greenery, filled with artificially restored natural reliefs: rivers, rocks, caves. Today, a basin surrounded by ruined columns, the ancient colonnade of Naumachie, still remains. In 1793, the Park was joined by the Octroi building of the Farmers General. This neo-antique rotunda was a real tollgate to collect taxes on goods entering the capital. In 1860, the village of Monceau was attached to Paris. Investors, including the Pereire brothers, took over this virgin, wooded plain and, within a few years, began residential development in the wake of Haussman's Paris.
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