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The street, featured on plans since the 17th century, was given its current name in 1852 in honour of the Duke of Berry, son of the Count d’Artois who became Charles X in 1824. Just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées, between Georges-V and Franklin-Roosevelt underground stations, this street is made lively by a cosmopolitan population, combining businessmen, Parisians and foreigners drawn to one of the world’s best known districts.
The 2-storey flat
An entrance hall illuminated via a light well provides access to three rooms in the flat.
A fully fitted “Boffi” kitchen, opening on to a terrace via a French window, is big enough to include a large table.
A vast lounge, with exotic wood parquet flooring, also opening on to the terrace, communicates with a dining room via wide double doors. A green marble fireplace enhances this room, with thick moulding, illuminated via two windows overlooking the courtyard.
The main bedroom opens on to the terrace via a French window and into a beige marble bathroom, fitted with a whirlpool bath, two wash-hand basins and an Italian style shower. Delepine taps add a refined finishing touch.
The dressing room is fitted with cupboards and hanging areas.
Overlooking the courtyard, a second bedroom also has an adjoining bathroom. A third bedroom or study also overlooks the courtyard.
The ceilings in this section of the flat are over 3 m high.
Other features include floral cast iron radiators and finely wrought bronze, Louis XVI style casement bolts and locks which add another refined touch.
A corridor leads from the entrance hall to another section of the flat which could become independent, with a bedroom overlooking the courtyard and a late 19th century, retro style bathroom.
And lastly a fully fitted laundry room looks out over the courtyard.
The attic space once contained bedrooms for the domestic staff. This area, currently bare and awaiting conversion, spans 80 m².
It is reached via a stairway going up from the dressing room or via a service stairway.
The balcony running alongside
The 1.5 m wide terrace runs the full length of the facade. It is enhanced with built-in planters and able to take a table and garden furniture.
First there is what already exists comprising a particularly well designed, Haussmannian style building with the Champs-Elysées at the end of the street, a modillion balcony terrace running the length of the facade, large rooms steeped in light opening on to planters that form a first screen in front of the wrought railings or on to the peaceful courtyard. Then there is what could be with a level spanning 80 m² awaiting conversion in accordance with personal requirements, projects, tastes and dreams which could come true with these premises.
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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.
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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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