Stay chic Avenue Kléber II is a smart spot, as you might expect from its elegant surroundings of Arc de Triomphe - Champs Élysées. You enter into a first-floor hallway, where you’ll find first a toilet room and then the kitchen on the left.
A fresh look This Parc Monceau home is a classic (as is the leafy boulevard beneath it), but with a twist. Entering into a hallway on the fifth floor, you’ll find the contemporary kitchen and the open-plan living area to the left.
Mellow yellow You enter Boulevard Arago on the fourth floor of a 70s apartment building into an open plan living space. The combination of full-height windows, magnolia walls and varnished wood floors give this home a warm glow.
Follow the thread On a lively-yet-leafy boulevard in Sentier – Montorgueil, you’ll find this home up on the second floor. Entering into a central hallway, there’s a toilet room and a bathroom first on the left.
Contemporary yet cosy In the bustling Eiffel Tower area, you’ll find this home up on the fourth floor. The front door opens into an entrance hall, where there’s a toilet room and a monochrome bathroom straight ahead.
City chic This fourth-floor home is chic, like the Latin Quarter’s boutique-dotted boulevards. Inside, the master bedroom’s first on the right – a bright white, pared-back space with modish artworks and a sleek ensuite bathroom.
Height of fashion This sixth-floor home is both lively and lofty. Stepping through the door, the kitchen’s immediately on the left, and beyond that is the twin bedroom (white-painted, with accessories in primary colours).
Smart casual Strolling past the brasseries and boutiques of central Saint-Germain-des-Prés, you’ll find this second-floor home set back from a classic boulevard. Inside, the open-plan sitting and dining room is straight ahead.
Colourful character Eight floors above Auteuil - Roland-Garros, you enter Boulevard Suchet’s long hallway. On the left is the kitchen – practical but pretty too, with dashes of lemon yellow – and on the right is the sitting room.
Taking it easy In a leafy part of Auteuil - Roland-Garros, you’ll find Boulevard Suchet II up on the sixth floor. The entrance hall leads first to the sitting room, where this family home’s chilled-out atmosphere becomes apparent.
Fresh air This striking home in the Latin Quarter is spread over three floors. The front door’s on the first floor, and leads into the open-plan living area, where the smart monochrome kitchen is straight ahead.
In vogue You enter CitĂŠ Griset on the ground floor, directly into an open-plan living area. Immediately ahead of you is the kitchen, which has a cherry-red fridge-freezer, and metallic stools under a gleaming wooden breakfast bar.
In the frame A short walk from the Arc de Triomphe, this home in Champs Élysées is well-located and delightfully decorated. Up on the sixth floor, you enter straight into Passage Doisy’s compact kitchen area.
Creative spirit This 18th-century home has been made bold by the host. Stepping into the home, you’ll come first to a sitting room. It’s a striking place, with a beamed ceiling, original artworks and brightly patterned soft furnishings.
Vivid dynamic The pretty Jardin du Luxembourg, the grand boutiques of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, and renowned artists’ hangout La Closerie des Lilas – there’s plenty to spark the imagination in Montparnasse.
High society Quai de Grenelle III sits a full 27 floors above the buzzing streets of the Eiffel Tower area. Entering into a short hallway, you’ll come first to the bathroom, which is slate-tiled and has a modish walk-in shower.
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