15th arrondissement - Paris
2 - 3
€1.39m - €3.151m
These apartments for sale in the 15th arrondissement of Paris are in the heart of this iconic city – a truly exceptional new-build development, full of history. Hors du Temps has interesting origins as it was bought by Abbot Joseph Charles Bayle in 1862 out of generosity and friendship. He introduced an orphanage in the building before letting it to religious sisters and deciding to erect a chapel that will be kept in this development – keeping its authenticity and the original spirit of this place alive and well.
Highly regarded in Paris, the developer of these apartments is eager to retain the historic feel of the site by building a very traditional style edifice, keeping the essence of the place alive: the chapel.
Three buildings are being built, surrounded by several gardens with 100-year-old trees in a location hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the French capital. This building is a sanctuary, and this feeling gave the name of the development “Hors du Temps”: You literally feel out of Paris, in a quiet and peaceful atmosphere, with a strong historic atmosphere.
Ranging from studio to four-bedroom apartments for sale, the apartments for sale in Paris are light-filled and well-optimised, letting natural light in thanks to large bay windows and high ceilings opening onto the green gardens inside at the heart of this project. Most of the units enjoy an exterior space – ideal to fully enjoy the Parisian lifestyle. Most of the units will also have parking spaces.
Several designers have contributed to this masterpiece: the famous landscape architect Christian Fournet for the gardens, the renowned designer Tristan Auer for the hall and floors and Mathilde Jonquière for the common spaces with mosaic and glass.
These apartments for sale are in the beautiful and charming neighbourhood of Paris 15, called the Convention area. Just a few metres from Paris 16, crossing the Mirabeau bridge, the convention area is intimate, whilst being close to all amenities such as a local market that takes place three times a week and other treasures Paris has to offer. It is very well connected to the rest of the city with the Convention metro station a few steps away from the residence, with Montparnasse station nearby and just 15 minutes via the metro to Le Bon Marché and Saint Germain.