This charming pied-à-terre of approximately 78m² is located in a building built in 1635 where Camille Claudel lived. The apartment has been tastefully renovated and benefits from quality services. Its 3.40m high ceiling ensures light and volume. The living room and office windows overlook a magnificent paved courtyard at the bottom of which stands a four-hundred-year-old oak, guarded by a human-sized bronze statue of Léon Roussel.
The entrance leads to the office on the right, then to the large living room opposite, immediately entering a fully equipped English kitchen. The living room benefits from a beautiful period stone fireplace and a painted wood paneling wall converted into a library of the best effect.
As you enter, opposite the entrance to the living room, you find a corridor that leads to the waxed concrete bathroom with bathtub and walk-in shower.
Then comes a dressing room with laundry area which leads to the large bedroom which can also be accessed from the living room. The bedroom benefits from a landscaped courtyard with trees for exclusive use. Everything done with taste projects us into an elegant and comfortable universe worthy of this prestigious address.
A large perfectly healthy cellar completes this property