This magnificent floor through apartment boasts no less than eight windows enjoying exceptional and unique views of the Seine. It is on the 3rd floor of the Grand Hotel de Jassaud, a listed early 17th century building steeped in history located on the banks of the Ile Saint Louis in the capital’s prestigious and historic 4th District. It was on the ground floor of this remarkable edifice that sculptor and graphic artist Camille Claudel, sister of poet and diplomat Paul Claudel, installed her workshop from 1889 to 1913 following her rupture with Auguste Rodin with whom she had for the previous years shared a tumultuous and passionate relationship. Offering 163 sqm of floor space and 152 sqm of living space as defined by the Carrez Law, the apartment includes a superb living/reception room and a library featuring its beautiful original Herringbone parquet flooring, magnificent exposed beams and a fireplace, a dining room, a master suite with a bathroom and a dressing room, a second bedroom and a kitchen overlooking a courtyard. The property also comprises a storage room and a cellar. An exceptional property in an exceptional location… A project for the installation of a lift in the building exists and has been validated by the Bâtiments de France architect.
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