As thoughtfully lit and as navigable as a gallery, with furniture as precisely curated as an installation, this three bed apartment is sharp and indulgent. The salon has sandy chevron flooring and three full-height French windows opening onto the ornate apartment-wide balcony. The walls are bright white to a flawless finish making for a truly luxurious dining or lounging experience.
The master bedroom has beautiful ceiling-height French windows, a dressing room and private ultramodern ensuite. The further two double bedrooms are kept cosy with mink carpets and super-comfy beds with light and fluffy bedding plus their own respective ensuites.
The brilliant white kitchen is minimal and practical creating a good-looking space in which to host and prepare.
Overall, this gorgeous apartment on pretty Avenue Messine, is an elegant and spacious flat with an abundance of open-plan communal space to encourage social, convivial living. A large group will find they have the room to get together and the room to be themselves in comfort and style.
Deep on the Right Bank, synonymous with luxury and affluent living since the 19th Century, welcome to the magnificent 8th Arrondissment. In the second half of the 19th Century Napoleon III commissioned Georges-Eugene Haussmann to clean-up Paris. His brief was to replace the narrow medieval alleys and poor sanitation with desirable green spaces, aqueducts and tree-lined boulevards allowing quick access from one side of the city to the other. The lasting impact of Haussmann’s transformation of Paris can be felt in abundance.
Wander the lengths Boulevard Haussman and discover the once exclusive, but now global retail giants Galeries Lafayette and Au Printemps.From the Grand Palais meander towards Place de la Concorde; another of Haussmann’s great architectural successes and the location of the crescendo of the revolution. Stroll through the Jardin de Tuilleries looking back toward the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, to arrive at the Musée du Louvre, Europe’s most celebrated gallery.