just a stone’s throw from the Arc-de-Triomphe
Avenue-Kléber, in the midst of the cultural and refined Chaillot district where the Haussmannian style takes pride of place, links the Arc-de-Triomphe to the Trocadéro. Wanted by Napoleon 1st as of 1806, the Arc-de-Triomphe was inaugurated in 1836 by King Louis-Philippe who dedicated it to the armies of the Revolution and the Empire. The Arc-de-Triomphe was immediately deemed a highly symbolical monument. It is currently home to the tomb of the unknown soldier from the First World War and the eternal flame, rekindled every evening at 18.30 hours.
Kléber underground station is within walking distance from the flat.
Entrance to the building is protected by numerical keypad and interphone security systems. There is a caretaker.
The Haussmannian style is reflected in the herringbone pattern parquet flooring, the moulding and the fireplaces.
This flat has a cellar. A maid’s room on the top floor could also be additionally purchased. This flat has great reorganisation potential and could, notably, be divided into three separate dwellings.
This 200 m², through flat is on the third floor, with unobstructed views.
A vast entrance hall provides access to a double living room and a kitchen-dining room. The herringbone parquet flooring, a great classic for Haussmannian interiors, guides the light and creates depth. Tall windows let copious amounts of light into the reception area where a marble fireplace is topped with a mirror trumeau. It is followed by a study, made very bright by three windows, and three bedrooms where the outstanding old decoration has been preserved.
The communal areas are in a good state of repair. A stairway, with a red carpet runner and wrought iron railings, provides access to the flat.
A 10 m² maid’s room on the top floor is also optionally available for purchase, over and above the asking price.
The wide, wooded and majestic Avenue-Kléber links two of the most famous hills in Paris: that where the Arc-de-Triomphe was built, to honour the French armies and Napoleon’s victories, and that of Chaillot where several palaces have succeeded one another, facing the Eiffel Tower. The district housing this flat combines an aesthetic approach with the activity of companies and boutiques looking for beautiful sites. The luminosity of the inside is striking as is the sophistication of the ceiling and wall moulding as well as the door framing: a column motif on either side of the separation between the two sections of the living room is particularly successful. And another strong asset of this flat is that, courtesy of its floor surface area and its layout, it could be reorganised providing new owners with a great deal of freedom.
|Number of rooms||5|
|Number of bedrooms||3|
|Possible number of bedrooms||4|
|Living space||200 m2|
|Surface Maid's room||10 m2|
|Surface Cellar||5 m2|
|Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses||7587 €|
Françoise Fauré-Audouy       +33 1 42 84 80 85
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.