With so many people living in Paris, getting a luxury home with a garden here is like discovering buried treasure. Places with nice terraces and big windows are all well and good, but if you score one with a nice garden, there are lots more you can do. You can try your hand at gardening, invite people over for tea or a backyard barbecue, or simply relax and enjoy this small but soothing oasis of botanical bliss that's all your own. Now you want one more than ever, don't you? Well, perhaps any of these five exceptional Paris luxury homes
Luxembourg Private Garden
In the beautiful Saint-Germain-des-Prés district
, this gorgeus penthouse feels like a secret fairy garden just waiting to be discovered. Not only because it's such a stunning luxury apartment in Paris, but also because it has a pretty sizable garden. It's not as big as you'd expect in the French countryside
, for instance, but for a city like Paris, where millions of people reside, it's considerably big. And with the vine-lined walls, tall trees, and green bushes, you'll feel as if you're in a botanical oasis that's all your own. It's the perfect spot to work out outside, have a nice afternoon tea with a friend, and the like.
Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière IV
' doesn't even begin to describe this three-bedroom luxury Parisian apartment on Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière. With its neoclassical interior design and royal purple color scheme, you almost feel like you're staying in a grand palace. And if this gets to be a tad overwhelming there's always the charming garden to escape to. With fresh greeneries that line the walls and potted plants that decorate the patio, this is the perfect botanical retreat for anyone who wants to distance themselves from the hustle and bustle of the French capital. Inhale all that fresh air and you'll feel lighter than ever before!
Rue de Thorigny II
Here in the Marais district
, this chic two-bedroom loft on Rue de Thorigny has an impeccable garden. With its well-cut hedges and neatly-lined rows of trees, it's among the most polished backyards in the bunch. Some would see it as boring considering that the natural eclecticism is gone. But that's not necessarily the case. Instead, the garden looks fit for a nice family day outside. A backyard barbecue perhaps? Or a spot of tea with friends? In any case, the garden is just one of the many reasons why you might want to move to Paris
and buy this property for yourself!
Rue Blainville Townhouse
Why yes, it's only natural that a townhouse on Rue Blainville in the Latin Quarter
would have a nice patch of greenery. Though it's not exactly a garden, more or less a plant-filled patio, the beauty & the vibe are there. When you look at it from the inside, through the glass wall, it definitely looks like a nice Parisian garden. It's also a suitable spot for a picnic. Why go all the way to the crowded parks of Paris when you can have just as pleasant a time here in your own botanical escape?
Trocadero - Sheffer
Just like the townhouse in the Latin Quarter, the garden in this exquisite Paris luxury apartment in Trocadéro
is more like a plant-filled patio than a standard garden. With that said, there's nothing wrong with that! The botanical bliss here is just as enchanting, arguably even more so since they feature different types of flora too. There are carnations, roses, and more. And though there's barely any grass here, the tall trees and colorful flowers more than make up for it. They freshen up the air so much, you'd hardly believe you're still in Paris!
A beautiful garden in your luxury home in Paris? Now that's living the life! With a city as crowded as the French capital, if you can score a place with its own botanical oasis, then you already won in life!