Immobilier de luxe Saint-Placide

In the 17th century, the members of the nobility went about building their mansions in a small village on the outskirts of Paris, the remains of which are now largely consigned to today?s Rue Notre Dame des Champs. Two hundred years down the line, Auguste Renoir set up his workshop there, while Paul Cézanne spent several months in the area, soon followed by Ezra Pound, Fernand Léger, Camille Claudel and Ernest Hemingway. The latter would go on to record his Parisian experience for posterity in the seminal A Moveable Feast. What is now the Saint-Placide district now extends outwards and encompasses the calm streets surrounding the Luxembourg Gardens and the bustling brasseries of Montparnasse, not far from the neighbouring high street shops and cinemas of the Rue de Rennes. Against this backdrop, Emile Garcin is delighted to present an exclusive range of luxury real estate. These properties include beautiful duplex apartments overlooking their private driveways; house-like triplex apartments in grandiose 18th century residences featuring reception rooms, open kitchens and leafy terraces; or reception apartments in unique modern buildings, dreamt up by teams of renowned architects. These are luxury properties, each boasting high class facilities in the shape of expansive balconies, parquet flooring, refined carpentry, securised access, guards and parking spaces. Book a viewing visit today, and move closer to owning your own piece of this mythical Parisian district.