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Gay Open House: Parisian apartment perfection, oh là là

We are fast approaching the countdown to the end of 2021. Have you achieved the property goals you set yourself for this year? If not, there’s still time if you get your skates on! 

Where better than Paris in the autumn? We have two rare and exciting apartments for you in the city of light ready to move into and look forward to enjoying in 2022. 

This month’s LGBTQ Real Estate also features a rare historic beauty on the glamorous shores of Lake Como. 

Our monthly real estate feature sees us team up again with Welshman Rhodri Ellis Owen and Canadian Jameson Farn at LGBTQ Real Estate to bring you some of the finest real estate on the planet. Based in the south of France, but covering properties all over Europe, the guys at LGBTQ Real Estate pride  dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ sellers, buyers and their friends find their perfect property match.

15th arrondissement, Paris, France 

Perfectly situated, just a short walk away from the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars, this contemporary house offers several outdoor spaces and greenery right in the centre of Paris.

Located in a quiet courtyard undisturbed by street noise, this party pad offers a large open-plan kitchen with a living area opening onto a large terrace for al-fresco dining.

There is a spacious master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and an office opening to a balcony on the first floor.

A wonderful large rooftop offers wonderful opportunities for those with green fingers.

Four bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with habitable space of 122.31m2.

Yours for 2,590,000 Euro

Place Saint Sulpice, Paris 

Extraordinary opportunity to purchase a beautiful apartment directly overlooking the Place St Sulpice in the 6th arrondissement. Offering splendid views of the baroque church, the stunning fountain of the Four Bishops and peeping over the chestnut trees to a view of the famous Paris rooftop skyline.

This unique corner building is a historical iconic landmark. Named the House of Servandoni after the Italian architect of St Sulpice church, the building was once occupied by Karl Lagerfeld on the 1st floor and Paco Rabanne under its eaves. It also houses the oldest Yves St Laurent store after which a specific perfume was named. Its grand blue door leads into an exquisite paved courtyard via a high archway.

The building harbours magnificent common areas, a grand staircase with a superb central lift that guides you up magically to the last reception floor and to this unique apartment.

This classic 160m2 (148.61m2 carrez), three roomed apartment offers fabulous views of the church and triple expositions (E/S/W) rendering exceptional day and night time vistas.

This is a perfect pied-a-terre reception property with a grand reception living/dining room (48m2) with 4 double windows boasting high moulded ceilings, hardwood floors and magnificent marble fireplace. There is a separate TV/library room of 30m2.

The kitchen has an extraordinary eat out balcony terrace overlooking rue des Canettes

In addition, there is private parking with 1 closed garage and 1 parking space in the courtyard. There is a large cellar too.

Price on application.

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