The Paris Flat I’ve Always Dreamed of . . .

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This beautiful apartment is located in the Hôtel des Maréchaux, in the Place de l’Etoile in France. It offers an amazing 3,982 sq. ft. of Parisienne awesomness, including a view of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. The recently renovated apartment features 4 bedrooms and 4 baths + a staff studio apartment and adjoining parking. I have already created a life in my head around this apartment, one in which I have a bedroom-sized closet of amazing clothes and attend Paris Fashion Week regularly . . .

 . . . speechless and coveting in Cali . . . ♥♥♥

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For more info contact Sotheby’s Realty

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    14 thoughts on “The Paris Flat I’ve Always Dreamed of . . .

    1. Bobb-E

      Imagine the creative energy that this place
      affords. I’d love to experience living here alone for a month, then for another one with my significant other.

      1. thelookbookphilosophy Post author

        Hi Ashley! Thanks, I visited your blog and loved your post about prepping for longterm travel. I really enjoyed it and loved how you shared some of the not so obvious issues one might deal with when prepping for such a thing! Keep moving toward your goals girl! You are on your way! xx

    2. Cathi

      Oh my goodness!! This apartment is absolutely gorgeous! Wouldn’t it be fabulous in NYC too? I too have already set up home in my head. I can’t wait to show my husband!

      1. thelookbookphilosophy Post author

        I know what you mean Cathi! This apartment would totally be amazing in NYC as well. The space and the light it offers is amazing! So glad you found something here you like. ☺

      1. thelookbookphilosophy Post author

        LOL! You and me both!!! Maybe if we pooled our money together we could each take a wing! ☺

    3. Audrey

      This looks like Hildi Santo Thomas’ place. She was a designer on Trading Spaces known for doing wild things on people’s walls (like gluing hay!), yet her own home in Paris was all bright white.

      Popping over from SITS

      1. thelookbookphilosophy Post author

        Oh wow! Can’t even imagine someone who glues hay on walls owning a spot like this!!! But I guess she was gluing hay on OTHER people’s walls! ☺


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