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With a history as colourful as its interior design, this home in trendy South Pigalle is full of theatrical elegance and quirky artistic curiosities. Once belonging to the Countess of Ségur as well as to painter Jean-Édouard Vuillard, the home pays tribute to its creative past with a display of portraits, musical instruments and articles of virtu that come together in a kaleidoscope of fascinating beauty. Amidst the herringbone flooring, high ceilings, decorative fireplaces, ornate moulding and objets d’art, the living room’s crowning glory is the balcony with views of the Sacré-Cœur. Sit here in the morning with your coffee while taking in views of the basilica and the Square Berlioz that Vuillard captured in his paintings.
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