Located in Saint-Mandé – this modern home is a seven-minute stroll to the Bois de Vincennes with its Lake Daumesnil (around twenty minutes further on). It’s the largest public park in Paris and was created in the 19th-century by Emperor Napoleon III. A twenty-minute walk will take you to Château de Vincennes, a former fortress and royal residence, while Palais de la Porte Dorée houses the Musée de l'Histoire de l'Immigration (fifteen-minutes on foot). If you want to explore central Paris, it’s around ten minutes away on Line 1 of the Paris Métro from Saint-Mandé Subway Station, under a fifteen-minute saunter from this home. Inside, lots of light and a monochrome colour scheme create a calming place to relax. Open the French doors to the Juliet balcony and let the fresh air into the open plan living space. Then whip up an omelette aux truffes in the sleek kitchen if you don’t fancy eating out at one of the restaurants on your doorstep.
Home truths: *There's a bus stop two minutes away on foot
*The laptop-friendly space is the dining table
*The toilet is separate to the bathroom
*There's no dedicated parking here, but great public transport links to Paris and Saint-Mandé are within easy walking distance, so we'd recommend skipping the car
*Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is a thirty-minute ride away
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