A Whimsical, Fabulously French Apartment in Paris Asks $3.7M

In the era of hit Netflix show Emily in Paris and with Valentine’s Day still fresh in the air, this apartment in the City of Love is on the market at a prime time. Nestled in Paris’ 8th arrondissement, the 2,000-square-foot space combines historic touches and ornate details with contemporary fixtures and lively hues. The approximately $3.7 million apartment simply screams joie de vivre, and it’s only minutes away from the Champs-Élysées as well as other iconic spots.

The living spaces flow openly into the kitchen, artfully mixing pops of color with classic Versailles parquet floors and beautiful fireplaces. Tall windows usher light into the apartment while French doors (what other kind would you use here?) provide movement between each room. The apartment may not be as pink as Emily’s wardrobe, but it has just enough to create a rosy contrast to its richer features such as wood paneling.

Despite the reputation of Parisian apartments being compact, spending $3.7 million here paints a different picture. This home holds three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The primary suite is the quintessence of French period work, characterized by ample wood and lovely ceiling moldings. Just off this haven is a newly-renovated bathroom with modern updates, as well as a dressing room for outfit planning to your heart’s content.

Ready to say “oui” to Parisian living? Gwenola Aubart of Paris Ouest Sotheby’s International Realty holds this listing.