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  • Our new magazine Autumn-Winter 2021/2022

     We are glad to share the new edition of our Daniel Féau - Belles demeures de France Magazine.  Following on from our CEO’s update on the Parisian market, discover Éric Jansen’s fascinating articles on the coming Daniel Lebard collection auction at Christie’s, Jacques Grange, Apollonia Poilâne, Emmanuel Tarpin and Jean-Michel Othoniel. Then browse through our selection of superb apartments and private mansions for sale and rent, both in France and abroad. We hope you enjoy reading...

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  • Jewelry - Harry Winston, the Diamond King, the King of Diamonds

    Harry Winston, the Diamond King, the King of Diamonds

      Since it was founded in 1932, this iconic American jewellery company that bears its founder’s name has been a benchmark when it comes to exceptional diamonds and stones. Known as the "King of Diamonds" and the "Jeweller for the Stars", Harry Winston was instrumental in revolutionizing fine jewellery and quality watchmaking. His innovative design philosophy was that it is the precious stone that dictates the design of every piece of jewellery, and this remains the spearhead that continues...

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  • Real Estate - Record-breaking sales in Paris

    REAL ESTATE: RECORD-BREAKING SALES IN PARIS

    CHALLENGES - BY ERIC TREGUIER 07/08/2021

      INTERVIEW - In Paris, sales of high-end assets are booming and prices remain high. The analysis of the leading specialist in Parisian luxury real estate, Charles-Marie Jottras, CEO of Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier. Is the real estate market in Paris dead? No way: it’s actually breaking records… for upmarket assets. Transactions are booming and prices are remaining high. The analysis of the leading specialist in Parisian luxury real estate, Charles-Marie Jottras, CEO of Daniel Féau Conseil...

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  • Real Estate Market - Record first hal-year sales of apartments in the capital's sought-after districts and the desirable western suburbs

    A RECORD FIRST HALF-YEAR SALES OF APARTMENTS IN THE CAPITAL’S SOUGHT-AFTER DISTRICTS AND THE DESIRABLE WESTERN SUBURBS

    Market Report - Paris, July 20th 2021

      Since the beginning of 2021, the exceptional activity observed in the real estate market at prices above 3 million euro has allowed our agencies to beat all of their historical records for a first six-month period. Trends observed at the end of the year’s first quarter have been confirmed and have even accentuated. - Over the first six months of 2021, the total value of agreements to sell in Paris and its desirable western suburbs, in excess of 3 million euro, was up by ... 151% compared...

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  • Real Estate - Even without foreign buyers, luxury real estate is blossoming in Paris

    EVEN WITHOUT FOREIGN BUYERS, LUXURY REAL ESTATE IS BLOSSOMING IN PARIS

    BFM BUSINESS - MARIE CŒURDEROY 07/08/2021

    In real estate’s luxury segment, private mansions and apartments with terraces or gardens are increasingly sought-after. (BFM Immo) - Luxury real estate specialist Daniel Féau has just published its figures for the first half of the year, and it is clearly the "top-of-the-range" segment that is blossoming. With an increase of 151% compared to the same period in 2019 (that is to say before the Covid-19 pandemic) the total amount of sales over the first six months of the year for assets at prices...

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  • Real estate: how Covid-19 has increased the price of assets with balconies, terraces and gardens

    Real estate: how Covid-19 has increased the price of assets with balconies, terraces and gardens

    LesEchos.fr - by Hélène Dupuy on June 5th 2021

    With the global pandemic and successive lockdowns, assets with an exterior space are more and more in demand in city centres, and their price has increased significantly. But to what extent? Outside space is worth its weight in gold in city centres. “Repeated lockdowns have changed the importance of having a balcony, a terrace or a garden. This has become decisive for more and more people who prefer to live in major cities” explains Olivier de Chabot, CEO of the...

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  • Regal walled gardens make this £1.9m fairytale hunting lodge a private party palace

    Regal walled gardens make this £1.9m fairytale hunting lodge a private party palace

    The Telegraph - May 6th 2021

    You won't be alone if throughout lockdown you found yourself turning your hand to the garden. Or longing to move out of town in favour of the simple life. Walled gardens have long been a mainstay of large country homes. Often used as kitchen or cutting gardens, they offer both protection from the wild (weather and animals) as well as adding 'pretty points' to any property.  So why not be the ultimate Covid cliche and sell up in favour of the great outdoors? These are the seven best houses...

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  • Decoration - Arabelle Reille et Péri Cochin, dressing tables

    Arabelle Reille et Péri Cochin

    Dressing tables

       Well-known in the capital, these friends have revived the art of hospitality with a contest on Instagram and via their website. A return to true values in response to lockdown. By Éric Jansen    When it comes to hospitality, these two are pretty much know-it-alls. Arabelle Reille is the daughter of Baroness Inès Reille, who for years was recognised as one of Tout-Paris’s best-known hostesses. Maha Chalabi, Péri's mother, embodies all that is best in oriental hospitality....

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  • Event - Marion Lambert sale at Christie's

    Marion Lambert sale

    Audacity and elegance

       On May 25th and 26th Christie’s shall auction the contents of Marion Lambert’s Geneva residence. A sale that will honor the exceptional taste of this remarkable collector who died in 2016. By Éric Jansen   Black Sheep… This is how Christie’s chose to name the sale of the Marion Lambert collection. Somewhat irreverent it may seem, but nonetheless backed by her son Henri, for the whimsical baroness was indeed to some extent a black sheep. Not forgetting that the sale includes an...

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  • Market Insight: The State of Luxury Real Estate in Paris

    Market Insight: The State of Luxury Real Estate in Paris

    CHRISTIE'S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE - MARCH 15, 2021

      The pandemic has had an undeniable impact on real estate in Paris —13 percent fewer homes were sold in the city between August and October 2020, compared with the same period in 2019, according to a recent report by the Notaries of Greater Paris. But the decreasing transactions are counterbalanced by a lack of supply — and a steady demand — that has buoyed the market.And, for luxury property, 2020 was a robust year, says Charles-Marie Jottras, CEO of Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier and...

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