This unique architect-designed property, formerly a print workshop, is surrounded by greenery in a peaceful private street. It is located in the capital’s 11th District near Père Lachaise cemetery, a remarkable site known the world over and visited by over three and a half million visitors each year who come to discover the last resting place of Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Sarah Bernhardt, Molière and Jim Morrison to name just a few… The property is the work of renowned architect Bruno Tanquerel, creator of the very select Budda Bars, who has retained and highlighted a number of the print workshop’s original features to create a fascinating and atypical residence. Featuring a patio garden, it includes a 62 m² living/reception room with a skylight and wide patio windows, a kitchen with dining facilities, a master suite opening onto a little terrace and 3 further bedrooms. Cocooned in leafy greenery, the property benefits from no immediately facing neighbours.
Paris 11th District — Père Lachaise
- Living area: 209 m²
- Built in 1948
- Total rooms: 6