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47.2 square meters
1 kitchen, dining and living areas, which are open to each other
1 Bathroom: Combination bathtub/shower (fixed and flexible showerheads) and double sink
Half Bath: Toilet and sink
1 large cave (basement storage room)
6th floor location (5th floor French)
Central air conditioning
Floors – wood, limestone, slate
Excellent condition—fully remodeled
6 building floors
SALE PRICE: €1,575,000
There’s a magical square, in the heart of Paris, called Place Dauphine. For over 400 years, it has been a special place loved by painters, writers and film directors. Many call it the most secret square in Paris and others the most romantic. You may not know Place Dauphine by name, but you will likely recognize it. We’re excited to tell our Paris Perfect followers about an incredible apartment for sale, located on one of the most rare and desirable pieces of real estate in Paris.
Place Dauphine stands at the tip of Île de la Cité, just behind the famous Pont Neuf. This is the island where Paris was founded a thousand years ago and where Notre-Dame still stands proud and Sainte Chappelle’s world-famous stained glass windows soar.
This square is beloved by Paris Perfect, as we renovated a historic hotel next door and transformed it into our 25 Place Dauphine vacation rentals. The square was built 400 years ago by King Henri IV, and along with Places des Vosges in the Marais, Place Dauphine stands as one of the king’s greatest achievements. This is one of the most rare and desirable pieces of real estate in the world.
A stunning and historic one-bedroom apartment located in the prestigious Place Dauphine, on Île de la Cité, just steps from Pont Neuf has just been listed for sale. This is one of the most special apartments you could buy, and the asking price is excellent.
This remarkable one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is located on the top floor of a historic building, with gorgeous triple windows that overlook the sunny square. It has an elevator and central air conditioning, which are the rarest of features in Paris. These features are almost non-existent in Place Dauphine, except for the hotel we purchased and remodeled.
The air-conditioned apartment, a luxury in Paris, sits on the 6th North American floor (5th French) and is accessed by an elevator. The apartment overlooks the triangle-shaped square, where locals gather for picnics and games of pétanque on sunny days. From the three large living and dining room windows, you take in the rooftop views, sunlight and the serene scene below or visit one of the quaint cafés that line the pedestrian-only square.
The living room is and spacious and sunny; you will relax, cook, entertain and love your life in Paris. The dining area is on the right, next to the original limestone fireplace.
All furnishings are included.
The open kitchen overlooks the living and dining rooms and is equipped with high-end appliances, even a wine refrigerator. The beautiful zinc sink, which serves as a focal point, adds a richness to the living room.
The bedroom is just off the living room and features custom-laid solid oak floors, wood paneling with green marble inlays, hand-painted antique silk wallpaper and natural light.
The elegant bathroom is well-appointed with marble and stone mosaics from Italy. A separate toilet and walk-in utility closet ensure convenience.
The whole of Paris is virtually at your doorstep. On the left bank, you’ll find the famous cafés, restaurants, art galleries and boutiques of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. On the right bank is the elegant designer shopping of Rue Saint-Honoré, as well as the cool Marais neighborhood.
This expertly renovated apartment is in the center of the city and is a leisurely walk to the Luxembourg and Tuileries Gardens, the Louvre, Notre-Dame, the Marais and countless other places of interest in Paris.
The asking price is truly excellent. We have seen walkups without elevators, without air conditioning and requiring full remodels for the same price.
SALE PRICE: €1,575,000
Located at the Western end of the Ile de Cité Initiated by Henri IV in 1607, this is one of the most beautiful public squares in Paris with leafy trees and all buildings having uniform facades as requested by the King.