In a building built in 1913 for the Comte de Bellefonds, on the fifth floor duplex is this reception apartment with exceptional volumes and unique decorations made by Jacques Garcia. The majestic entrance to the painted ceiling of more than 8 meters high serves an entrance gallery whose mirrors meet the finely carved original woodwork. The large living room has 6 meters high ceilings, as well as an adjoining boudoir-library, enjoying a magnificent view of the Eiffel Tower. In the left wing of the apartment, the dining room enjoys the same volumes and majesty thanks to its golden woodwork and a subtle porcelain mosaic. Finally, a master suite with bedroom, bathroom and dressing room complete the fifth floor. The sixth floor is served by a staircase style nineteenth century beautiful, which leads to a library lounge, a boudoir and a bedroom with bathroom. Both floors have balconies with panoramic views of the Eiffel Tower. Finally, the opposite wing of the apartment serves a more neutral and completely independent part that can be used for children or for staff. To refresh slightly. Division possible. A large car park, unique in the building, is also sold with this apartment. A lot of nobility and refinement in the decoration and the grandiose volumes of this apartment make it a unique property and classify it in a completely different category.