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Paris 8th, France

Description

A stunning circa 400 sqm flat situated on the fourth floor of a building in Avenue Hoche, Paris. The apartment comprises 5 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms and very large kitchen. It has been recently renovated to a very high standard with contemporary décor.

Oh Champs Elysées! There are two things to know about the 8th arrondissement. Bad news first: it is big, and sometimes awkward to navigate. Off the heavily beaten path are top‐flight restaurants, museums frequented by the locals, and shopping to tease the refined palate.

The 8th houses the core of Parisian business and government. Take in the glitzy Hôtel Crillon and stately Place Vendôme. Scooters buzz around the old behemoth Madeleine church and traverse shaded Haussmanian avenues. Now, the good news: the 8th is a hefty slice of art, style, tradition, and glamour, all rolled into a stroll‐able afternoon.

Start from the Madeleine metro station, the nucleus of the 8th. Swivel 360 degrees and take in the venerable Eglise Madeleine, the world renowned Fauchon and Hediard chocolate stores, and the grandfather of French mustard, Maille. Warning: foodies may experience momentary vertigo over the selection of truffles at Maison de la Truffe. Walking just south on Rue Royale leads to macaron legend Ladurée. You can spot it by the patiently queuing Parisians ‐ a sure sign of something special.

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