Paris is the home of fashion, the city of lights and the place where you can always find impressive luxury homes! With inviting cafes, restaurants to please the pickiest of gourmets and museums you can get lost in, Paris is the A-list star of European capitals! Today, we bring you a list of luxury homes in Paris, carefully picked and perused by yours truly.
Opulent Penthouse in walking distance of the Eiffel Tower
Home of celebrities and one royal family, this three floor penthouse offers a spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine. The penthouse covers 709 square meters of living space and another 315 square meters belong to the terraces. Two large contemporary style reception rooms open into a breathtaking terrace overlooking the Seine! To this we add two master bedrooms, five other bedrooms, a spa room and a gym room, along with a laundry room, security staff room, a garage for two cars and three cellars. What else can you ask for, really? And the price matches the luxury: 25 million €!
Art Deco Duplex
The second home on our list a sumptuous duplex in an Art Deco building. Just like the home before this one, it offers a splendid view of the Eiffel Tower and the Seine, with two large terraces where you can have your coffee and admire the beauties of Paris! With 800 square meters of living space, two master suites, a studio apartment for the staff, four bedrooms with bathrooms, a roof terrace and rooms dedicated to spa, fitness and sauna, the marble floors will definitely stop being the point of interest! The two garages and three wine or storage cellars add to the available space and if you’re more of a casual person, you don’t have to dread the thought of having friends over for dinner! You can ditch the formal, large dining room and go for the informal dining area! And did we mention this building is located in 16th Arrondissment in Paris? This means you’ll be living in the most expensive area of all Paris, next to celebrities and the price will have to pay is a match: over 26 million €!
Mansion on Avenue Foch
Dating back to 1912 and built for the Duchess of Montmorency, this 28.000 square-foot mansion was bought 15 years after the Duchess’s death by mining tycoon Antenor Patino. This is not your run of the mill uber-expensive villa, as many of you might suspect. The mansion’s décor includes beautiful, vintage elements such as marble fireplaces and 18th century wood paneling. But it doesn’t end here: this gorgeous house has a ceiling painted by Henri Rousseau, a famous post-impressionist French painter. Corinthian columns, glistening crystal chandeliers, gilded moldings and marble floors to match the marble fireplaces all add up to the impressive number of bathrooms and bedrooms: to our count, twelve of the former and twelve of the latter. This eye-popping residence is not just the most expensive and impressive luxury home in Paris, but it is also the sixth most expensive home in the world- 104 million €!