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An architectural jewel, Paris XVIe

An architectural jewel

The spectacular inner courteard is hidden from public view

Built in 1881, Hotel Cahen d’Anvers shines in the heart of the 16th district of Paris. With a total surface of 3,400 sq m spread over three buildings, this exceptional private mansion, has kept most of its original features including a neo- Louis XIII façade, a grand entrance, and painted ceilings and murals. “This is truly an architectural jewel, in one of the most sought-after location in Paris, explains the Barnes agency. It is an ideal property to host a bank headquarters or an embassy.” The mansion houses an impressive reception hall, four party halls with wood floors and wood panelling, gorgeous conference rooms and many offices. These buildings, one of which has been renovated in a more contemporary way, surround a paved inner courtyard where up to ten cars can be parked. An adjacent 1,000 sq m office building could be purchased and converted into an outstanding residence.

Price : + de 50 000 0000 €

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Agent immobilier : Barnes - Paris, http://www.barnes-international.com