Soak in Unobstructed Eiffel Tower Views From This Turn-of-the-Century Paris Apartment

Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier/Sébastien Dondain

Bask in period features and tons of light in a corner building in the 16th Arrondissement.

You might feel skeptical of the phrase "Eiffel Tower views." It often means, for example, that only a sliver of tower is visible, and only if you peek your head out the window. That's not the case here. This 2,690-square-foot apartment genuinely showcases the beloved landmark from multiple rooms, thanks to an open layout and floor-to-ceiling windows with French balconies throughout. 


Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier/Sébastien Dondain

Dating to 1900, the freestanding building occupies a corner lot in the 16th Arrondissement, a decidedly upscale district characterized by broad avenues and distinguished schools. Live here, and you'll find plenty of fantastic Eiffel Tower views, especially from Trocadéro, along with several famed museums to explore, including the Musée Marmottan Monet, the Palais de Tokyo, the Frank Gehry-designed Fondation Louis Vuitton, and Europe's largest Asian art museum, Musée Guimet. And don't forget all of those boutiques along the bustling Rue de Passy. 


Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier/Sébastien Dondain

Inside, the five-room apartment is flooded with natural light, whether you're in the minimalist kitchen or the rotunda living room. Soaring ceilings, herringbone parquet floors, and multiple fireplaces recall the building's turn-of-the-century origins. And with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the flat is family-friendly and feels spacious enough to welcome visitors. 


Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier/Sébastien Dondain

Sound like your Parisian ideal? The apartment is on the market for just shy of $7 million, but the views are priceless. Learn more details of this property in the listing at Leadingre.com.