A sky-high hideaway Even the much-visited l'île Saint-Louis has its secluded spots – and this top-floor home’s one of them. A staircase takes you up to the front door, which opens straight into the sitting room.
Cool elegance Like Saint-Germain-des-Prés itself, Rue Vaneau is thoroughly chic. Inside, you’ll come first to the second and third bedrooms (both pale-painted, with teal accents) and then, on the left, to the smart main bathroom.
Be enchanted This home in Louvre – Opéra has a fairytale feel. You enter on the first floor, into a hallway with a toilet room on the left, and the kitchen – decorated in shining silver and white – on the right.
A Parisian classic On the fourth floor of a Haussmannian building, Rue Rosa Bonheur has an elegant façade – and an interior to match. The front hallway leads first to the kitchen, which is pale-painted and practical.
Simply smart Boulevard Saint-Germain VII is both central and serene. The entrance hall takes you first to the kitchen (directly on the left), which is decorated in grey and white, and has a contemporary breakfast bar.
Singular style Quai de la Tournelle is one of a kind. Inside, the entrance hall leads first to the dining room, which has a splendid table and several unusual ornaments (there’s even a stone lion), setting this home’s distinctive tone.
Pretty and playful Entering from the buzzing Passage du Prado, you’ll find this home just as vivacious. The front door opens into the kitchen, where a family-sized table sits beneath a beamed ceiling strung with paper lanterns.
Rarefied atmosphere Stepping across an entrance hall and into Boulevard Voltaire’s dining room, it’s immediate that this is a home with intellectual pedigree. Books line every wall here, surrounding the antique table for five.
Avant-garde Even in this stylish part of Paris, Rue Pasteur feels daring. You enter on the ground floor, where there’s a toilet room and a staircase that leads straight up to the open-plan living area.
In excellent taste This home in Arc de Triomphe – Champs-Élysées easily lives up to its smart surroundings. Inside, you’ll come first to the sitting room, which has cream-painted walls (hung with traditional paintings) and parquet floors.
Parisian polish Rue des Fossés Saint-Marcel has all the Latin Quarter’s laidback style. You enter into a hallway, which leads past the bathroom and along to the kitchen (decorated in subtle colours, with a granite-capped breakfast bar).
Totally original A monochrome colour palette, clever use of space and thought-provoking artworks – Rue Gît-le-Cœur II is certainly distinctive. Turning right in the long entrance hall, you’ll come first to the kitchen.
Pretty little things Canal Saint-Martin – République is a lively kind of place, so this home fits right in. First along is the master bedroom – a classic room, with a few eye-catching touches like the polka-dot headboard and star wall-art.
Thoroughly chic In the thrumming heart of Le Marais, this home is pleasingly poised. You enter into a hallway, which leads past a toilet room and a sleek black-and-white bathroom, and along to the open-plan living area.
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