Renowned Franco-Chinese artist Zao Wou-ki's studio was once on the top floor of this property located in a very peaceful street to the south of the capital's 14th District. The property comprises two buildings separated by a 62 sqm garden-terrace, an 88 sqm late 19th century house with a veranda, and a 273 sqm main house dating from 1958 and comprising four floors with lift access. It was on the extensive top-floor of this later building that Zao Wou-ki installed his studio. The property also includes 60 sqm cellars and a garage. A unique property with great further potential.
Saint-Jacques - Gay-Lussac. This split-level apartment in perfect condition is on the ground floor of a fine 1920's freestone building with an intercom and a videophone. Offering 202 sqm of floor space and 195.17 sqm of living space as defined by the Carrez Law, it includes an entry with fitted cupboards, a near 40 sqm workshop-style living/reception room featuring a 4-metre high skylight, an equipped open-plan kitchen, two bedrooms, a bath/shower room with a laundry area, and a separate toilet. The half-basement comprises three further bedrooms, a spacious study with ample storage space, and a bathroom with a toilet. Possible premises for a self-employed professional.
This split-level apartment offering 168 sqm of living space as defined by the Carrez Law is on the 1st floor of a listed 1920's building, the work of renowned architect Jean Lurçat. It includes a 56 sqm living/reception room bathed in sunshine and opening onto a 60 sqm south-east facing terrace enjoying an exceptional view of Montsouris Park, a kitchen, and four bedrooms with three bedrooms and toilets. The apartment also benefits from an indoor patio. Sold with a 14 sqm studio apartment benefiting from independent access and comprising a kitchenette, a shower room and a toilet, and a cellar.