Exceptional! Sale by public auction of a real estate ensemble in the heart of Paris’s 7th District
On the 23rd of January 2020 at 14:20, the last truly significant property in the capital’s most sought-after neighbourhood, the prestigious Faubourg Saint-Germain, went under the hammer. The sale was organised in partnership with Daniel Féau Commercialisation, the Daniel Féau/Belles demeures de France group’s department specialised in institutional transactions.
With the appearance of an abandoned country house, this sleeping beauty is hidden away from prying eyes in protected greenery and rubs shoulders with Yves Saint Laurent’s former apartment. It was sold for 35,1 million euro.
The property has other prestigious neighbours including sumptuous 18th century private mansions, and is a short distance from the Bourbon Condé hotel which was sold by Daniel Féau to a wealthy foreign royal family for 70 million euro a few years ago.
Located Rue Oudinot, the ensemble offers a surface area of over 1,500 sqm and is set in a 2,032 sqm plot in a prestigious environment surrounded by greenery.
Set by some of the capital’s finest private mansions including the Hôtel de Bourbon-Condé, and between the Hotel des Invalides and the Bon Marché department store, the property is in a truly exceptional location in Paris. It is probably one of the last properties of this significance available in the Faubourg Saint-Germain.
The ensemble comprises of a building set by the street, an inner courtyard and a dwelling to the rear opening onto an extensive garden, which itself is surrounded by gardens.