rue Mazarine 75006
1-bed, 1-bath; 4th floor (no elevator);
44m2 (474 sq ft);
€ 795,000
€ 18,068 / m2
SOLD

Apartment facts

Total n° of Rooms2/3
Size44 m2 / 473.62 sq ft
Floor4
N° of Bedrooms1
N° of Bathrooms1
KitchenOpen kitchen, fully equipped
Floors (wood, tile)Stone
N°of Fireplaces1
General ConditionExcellent - refurbished by an architect
OtherOriginal stone fireplace.

Building facts

Building styleClassic cut stone
SecurityuYes
General ConditionVery Good

This truly special pied-a-terre apartment in is as charming and secretive as the ancient streets that surround it. The area of Saint Germain between the river Seine and the Luxembourg Palace is some of the most sought after real estate in the world, and this luxurious one bedroom, one bath apartment fits perfectly into that setting.  The 44m2, 4th floor apartment was completely renovated in 2014 to the highest standard using materials of the finest caliber, and furnished with original Napoleon-era antiques. Despite it’s petite size,  this Royal pied-a-terre not only offered finishes fit for an Emperor….but also secret book cases and hidden passageways.

You know as soon as you step inside that something special is going on in this apartment.  The furnishings and décor in the living area are historically inspired, which is evident from the unique glass chandelier to the collection of paintings with ornate frames. Purchased and renovated by someone in the film industry, the apartment feels like a place that Napoleon and Josephine might have left only a moment ago.  Indeed, that was the guiding design vision.

No expense was spared in creating this haven of elegance and style.  Aged stone floors were installed, slab marble was used in the bathroom and a miniature library was created in Tiffany blue. The library-themed dining space is perhaps one of the most intriguing parts of the apartment.   Both sides of the bookshelf-lined room open to reveal hidden spaces:  on the left is a laundry room and on the right is a concealed passage to the bathroom.

The apartment itself is a marvel of skillful set design.  Divided into distinct spaces, each with their own mood, the apartment feels much larger than its 45m2. The bright and elegant living area features a massive, original working stone fireplace with an over-sized mirror that makes the space feel larger and reflects the precious antiques on display.

The heart of the apartment is the light-filled living room with its large windows, elegant furnishing and gilded mirror atop a gorgeous marble fireplace mantle. Nearby is an intimate dining nook surrounded by built-in bookshelves and wall mounted sconces. It’s the perfect spot for romantic dinners at home.

Tucked around the corner from the living area is a full, modern kitchen with oven, cooktop, refrigerator and ample storage.  There is even room for a separate eating space, opening up the possibility that the library area could be converted to a guest sleeping area if desired.  The kitchen is beautifully remodeled with top of the line appliances. Light streams through the windows and onto the bistro table in the kitchen making it a lovely places to start your day with fresh croissants from the local bakery.

On the opposite side of the living room a set of double doors leads to the elegant bedroom with king size bed complete with luxurious linens. The romantic theme continues in the posh bedroom with a lovely satin comforter, deeply comfortable linens found under a pile of soft pillows and plenty of natural light from an adjacent window. An en-suite shower room is beautifully tiled in marble and features a walk-in shower and double sinks. The toilet is located in a separate powder room nearby. Every detail in this remarkable apartment has been carefully curated.

The apartment was furnished right down to the last cup and plate with specially chosen objets d’art corresponding to the Napoleonic theme and era. Minton porcelain and antique books adorn the shelves. Artisans gathered through the owner’s extensive couture designer contacts contributed to this labor of love, creating a one-of-a-kind, turn-key masterpiece.

The setting for this gem of an apartment is equally special.  Step outside and you’re right in the historic heart of Saint-Germain in the stylish 6th arrondissement. Located on rue Mazarine, just steps from the Academy of Beaux Arts and the Seine river in one direction and from rue de Buci in the other direction, this pied-a-terre lies in the heart of Saint Germain.  Meander down quaint streets to reach the Seine and cross over Pont Neuf, the oldest bridge in , to the Ile de la Cité to visit Notre Dame Cathedral or find the Louvre just across the river. Within walking distance of many top sights and surrounded by the fabulous shopping and dining choices in Saint-Germain. With a setting as sophisticated as its décor, this pied-a-terre offers the best of refined living in the heart of – no wonder it sold for asking price!

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The details:

  • Used as a high-end rental apartment for the past year, this apartment is completely furnished and turn-key.
  • Though the apartment is located on the 4th floor without elevator, building residents are in discussions now about adding an elevator.
  • Fully equipped with pots, pans, utensils, cookware, glasses, dishes, and so on
  • Induction stove top with four burners
  • Combination microwave and oven
  • Under-the-counter refrigerator with small freezer compartment
  • Nespresso, French press and toaster
  • Radiators in living room and bedroom
  • Television in living room
  • Double-glazed windows in all rooms
  • Music docking station
  • Alarm clock
  • Washer and separate dryer

Location

: 6th arrondissement

Boulevard Saint German, the iconic ian thoroughfare of cafés, window-shopping, and romantic nights out, bisects the northern 6th arrondissement. The cozy streets to the north toward the Seine are home to the prestigious art galleries, antique shops and French School of Fine Arts, that give the Left Bank its artistic reputation. The area toward Luxembourg gardens has a more grand and spacious feeling. Don’t be surprised that the property prices in the 6th are also the highest in , with riverfront property in the 6th and 7th priced stratospherically high. If you can afford it, this is ideal real estate for an elegant pied-à-terre in .

Average price: €12,687 /m2; +5.4% over one year; +37.2% over 10 years

Still the most expensive real estate in , and the overwhelming favorite of foreign buyers and locals alike. The prices here fluctuate drastically depending on the quality of the property and the building, with record-breaking prices for the exceptional. Expect to pay  €18,000/m²  to  €25,000/m² and up for prime property in the best areas, on the quais, around the Place Saint-Germain des Près, the place Saint-Sulpice and the Luxembourg gardens.

Current Market Prices — 6th arrondissement

Neighborhood Price/m2 in euros
Low Medium High
Monnaie € 9,116 € 12,873 € 18,423
Odéon € 9,251 € 13,510 € 23,322
Notre-Dame-des-Champs € 8,508 € 11,899 € 16,962
Saint-Germain-des-Prés € 9,875 € 14,183 € 23,526

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