Rue de Verneuil

A picture-perfect pied-à-terre in Paris’

If you’re anything like us, simply hearing the word Paris conjures up romantic images of chic boutiques, sidewalk cafés, and picnics on the canal. Oh, and let’s not forget about French cuisine in all of its rich, decadent glory. Paris is one of those captivating cities that draws you in and makes you fall deep, deeply in love with its art, history, and culture.

That got us thinking. Why not buy a home in Paris for those weekends when you’re itching for a European getaway? Amidst our search for a dreamy abode in The City of Light, we came across this beauty in Saint-Germain-des-Prés – a bohemian retreat-turned-destination for couture window-shopping and catered relaxation.

Paris 7th – Rue de Verneuil

For those who seek a peaceful sanctuary near the center of the action – Paris 7th – Rue de Verneuil may be the perfect place for you. This charming home is tucked away on a quiet street in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city. But don’t let its low-key locale fool you. The property is conveniently situated just minutes from the Seine, the Musée d’Orsay, rue du Bac, and boulevard St. Germain.

Located on the second floor of a 19th century building, Rue de Verneuil is brimming with all of the elegance and splendor you’d expect from classic Parisian architecture – cobblestone courtyard view included, of course.

In the living room, floor-to-ceiling windows set the home aglow with soft, afternoon sunlight. The wood plank flooring, set in a striking chevron pattern, adds texture and interest to the space. There’s also plenty of room for a sitting area as well as a dining table and chairs, making it an ideal choice for the homeowner in search of style, function, and flexibility.

With all of the delicious cheese, fruits, meats, and breads you’ll be loading up on at the local market, you’ll need a fully equipped kitchen where you can cook to your heart’s content. Rue de Verneuil has you covered. A sleek design combined with plentiful counter space and modern appliances provide the perfect setting for the aspiring chef.

After a day of exploring the cinematic streets, ivy-covered art galleries, corner patisseries, and centuries-old churches of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, sneak away to your cozy sleeping quarters for a good night’s sleep. You’ll be happy to know the closets provide ample space for your fabulous, new Parisian wardrobe.

Ready to make an offer? Paris 7th – Rue de Verneuil is currently on the market for 695,000 €. You can view the details and photos [here].

Photography: Daniel Feau

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Kate Kasbee
Kate Kasbee is a blogger and freelance copywriter living in Los Angeles. She has a background in real estate marketing and has also written about a variety of subjects including pet care, how to adopt a vegan diet, and technology. Prior to living in sunny California, Kate spent eight years in Chicago where she lived in nine different apartments in five different neighborhoods. Though she’s not quite done exploring, Kate dreams of planting her roots and owning a home with creaky floors and plenty of land for starting an organic farm.
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