Appartement panoramique seventies

Jacques Rivet & Henrik Lassen architects
Paris (75)

127 m²
4 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Sliding balcony


A family flat in the sky with views over the whole of Paris!

This flat is on the top floor of a 16-storey building designed by architects Jacques Rivet and Henrik Lassen in the 1970s.

With a floor area of 127 m2, it features an entrance hall, a semi-open kitchen with sliding wooden panels leading to a double lounge. The sleeping area comprises four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The flat is surrounded by a 50 m2 long balcony with triple exposure east-south-west. All the rooms are bathed in light and enjoy panoramic views over the whole of Paris: the Eiffel Tower, the Sacré Coeur and La Défense will be part of its occupants’ daily lives.

A cellar and a parking space in the building complete this property.

Located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, just a stone’s throw from Parc Montsouris, on the border of the 14th arrondissement, it is close to all transport links (bus, tram, metro) and numerous schools.

For lovers of exceptional views and outdoor spaces!

The flat features the sober architecture typical of apartment blocks built in the 1970s. These buildings, the result of considerable thought given to the well-being of residents through consideration of space, layout and orientation, offer spacious flats with generous volumes.

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Jacques Rivet & Henrik Lassen


Paris 13ème