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Paris 1

Luxury Apartment near the Louvre




2 floors


The apartment is located on the second floor of a 19th-century building on Richelieu Street in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. With a ceiling height of 3.3 meters, the building features spacious and beautiful common areas. Symmetrical design and tall windows allow ample natural light to flood the interior, creating a pleasant atmosphere.

The apartment was once the Paris residence of American designer Christopher Noto, who designed the interior himself, blending Eastern and Western styles.

The apartment begins with an entrance hall in neutral tones, featuring a Louis-Philippe chest of drawers with a marble top. Stepping into the living room, the walls are lined with green silk moiré. The entire apartment is designed in a fusion of Eastern and Western styles, such as the sofa's elegant backrest in typical French style, while the sofa legs are purely Javanese. The bathroom includes a functional fireplace, 18th-century marble flooring, and even a Louis XVI bathtub. Nineteenth-century Parisian apartments often have a strong vertical sense with high ceilings. In almost every room, the designer used Ming Dynasty pierced panels, which complement the wall paneling perfectly.

Richelieu Street is located in the 1st arrondissement, one of the oldest areas of Paris. It is adjacent to the Palais Royal, the Japanese district, and close to the Louvre, the Pyramid, and the Paris Opera House. The area is well-served by public transportation and surrounded by upscale restaurants and boutiques. In the first half of the 19th century, this was one of the most fashionable streets in Paris. The street also has a deep connection with the famous playwright Molière, who performed his works at the Comédie-Française in the Royal Palace. In 1773, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Molière's death, a fountain with a statue of Molière was erected at the intersection of Richelieu Street and Molière Street.


€5600/two weeks



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