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Located on the top floors of a luxury building dating from 1928, this elegant 204 sq. m duplex apartment has access to a tree-filled terrace from every room offering an unobstructed view.
Paris 16th – Avenue Foch. On the top floor of a luxury haussmanian building a penthouse duplex apartment of 206 sq.m. including two terraces and balconies. It features an entrance gallery, a wide living room and a dining room with a balcony running along its length facing south affording a wonderful view of the avenue, 2 master bedrooms opening onto two terraces and an independent kitchen fully equipped. This unobstructed view is breathtaking, the south-facing building have the full benefit of the sun. Unique apartment. Beautiful high ceilings. An adjoining apartment with a living room, a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom.
This Parisian apartment has a complete kitchen that includes stove top, oven, micro-wave oven, large refrigerator, a freezer, a double sink, ample counter space and closets, a washing machine, a tumble dryer, an iron, a vacuum cleaner, a dishwasher, coffee maker,(usual+Nespresso), kettle ,juice maker and a toaster, dinner ware and serving pieces as well as quality linen and towels.
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The apartment is situated in the 16th district of Paris. Located in the western part of the city and known as the “chic” area of Paris, the 16th arrondissement is one of the most interesting in matters of architecture. The northern part of the district is made of well designed avenues converging to the Place de l’Etoile and to the avenue Foch, the most expensive place to live. The rest of the district consists in two former villages, Passy and Auteuil, now pleasant quarters. Auteuil, in the southern part of the district, is very interesting for its architecture and the streets offer many surprises. Among others, one can admire the magnificent Castel Beranger by the French Art Nouveau architect Hector Guimard. Here the stone is sculpted in free forms, and balcony wrought iron is both light and extremely elegant. While Paris contains relatively few parks, it contains two woods. The Bois de Vincennes belongs to the 12th district on the eastern Paris, and the Bois de Boulogne occupies the western half of the 16th district. It's a nice place to walk on Sundays. It contains two racecourses: Auteuil and Longchamp. Jardins de Bagatelle will be of interest for flower lovers. Jardin Shakespeare reproduces landscapes from the Bard's plays. Grande Cascade, near the Longchamp racecourse, is an artificial waterfall. In terms of amenities, everything is very close by.
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All utilities included. Housekeeping during stay.
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