Paris 16 - Rue Scheffer

€4.2M3 bedroomsSold

Built in 1911, the elegant top-floor triplex apartment for sale in the city of lights is set in an award winning building. Its original façade made of bricks, a material usually reserved at that time for castles and private mansions, features an intriguing architecture style and an unusual height.

The building is one of the very first to include a rooftop in the French capital. The majestic 85sm terrace depicts four different atmospheres whether it is South, West or East facing.  The views spread across the major part of the city and its milestone such as the Eiffel Tower, la Défense or The River Seine.

The first floor features a spacious entry hall, a gallery, a large living room, a sitting room and a dining room. The living room enjoys a magnificent 6-meter high ceiling, reaching out to the upper floor and is surrounded with a 30-meter-long balcony.

The second floor of this apartment for sale is set around a mezzanine overlooking the main living room. Two bedrooms, an office room and a bathroom with separate toilets are also located on that level.

The master bedroom including a separate dressing room as well as an ensuite is set on the last floor and enjoys a direct access to the rooftop. Facing south, east and west, the third floor is bathed with sunlight all day round.

An additional, yet independent studio with its own kitchen and bathroom is located on the 8th floor, offering a good-size living area with direct views of the Eiffel Tower & an access to a small outdoor area.

About 16th arrondissement

About 16th arrondissement

Being one of the largest districts in Paris and housing more than 160,000 residents, the 16th arrondissement plays an important part for the city. The area is also one of Paris’s safest. For that reason, among many others, it attracts a large proportion of younger families. The streets are filled with many BCBG individuals, or “bon chic, bon genre”, stylish members of the upper class of Paris.The area is the most conservative of Paris, and largely focuses on wealthy families and how to cater to their needs. The streets are [...]

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