A very fine private house with a swimming pool in the 7th arrondissement.
This superb town house 'hotel particulier' features 732 sq m of living space spread over five floors with a 71 sq m garden plus a staff/guest apartment with an independent entrance.The front doors open to reveal the entrance hall, giving access to the kitchen and the dining room, as well as a stunning staircase leading to the upper floors. The garden level comprises the dining room, a library and an L-shaped living room overlooking the superb Japanese garden, terrace and very rare lap pool. The family/TV room is separate from the formal reception rooms and is just across the terrace from the oversized gourmet kitchen. The ground floor also features a home gym with an independent entry from 11, rue de Chanaleilles. A private, self-contained three bedroom guest or staff apartment also utilises this secondary access. Upstairs, the first floor offers a luxurious principal bedroom suite with a sitting room, a large dressing room, corner study and sumptuous principal bathroom with views over the garden. There is also a private terrace overlooking the Japanese maple trees below, plus a guest suite with a large dressing room and marble bathroom.The second floor is comprised of two further bedroom suites with en-suite bathrooms. One of the suites has disabled access. The third floor offers an additional bedroom suite with vaulted ceilings and oversized atelier windows, bathroom and dressing room.A very rare lap pool and sauna are nestled in the rear garden under a glass veranda, accessible from the terrace, family room and dining area. This exceptional property also offers reversible air conditioning, integrated surveillance system (sensors, video surveillance), secure wine cellar, a vaulted home cinema in the basement and three covered parking spaces.
Located in the 7th arrondissement, this magnificent private mansion is nestled in the heart of the Faubourg Saint Germain district, home to the most sumptuous 18th century buildings and private mansions, embassies, and ministries of Paris. A stone's throw from the Rodin Museum and a short walk from the Invalides and the Alexandre III bridge, this exceptional property is filled with history.