This duplex penthouse has benefited from a complete renovation that is both refined and elegant, everything has been thought out with the greatest care, with very high quality finishes and materials. Composed of 12 rooms, this apartment offers a triple adjoining reception, a fully equipped dining kitchen and a master bedroom I with a bathroom I, an office completes this first level. The second level is devoted to bedrooms II, III and IV, complete with their ensuite bathrooms / showers and the wellness area including a fitness room, a hammam and a cinema room as well as a second office. A terrace completes the set offering a nice view of the lake and the Jet d'Eau. An annex apartment of 128 m2 completes this exceptional property by offering a bedroom, a bathroom, a laundry room and a cellar as well as a double garage in the basement.


Located in a very beautiful 19th century building, a few steps from the lake, this sumptuous duplex with an interior surface area of 521 m2 has twelve rooms furnished with very high quality materials. This prestigious object with a private elevator and a closed garage for two vehicles will charm you with its elegant sobriety and the beauty of its finishes. Its central location will allow you quick and easy access to shops, schools, the airport, the highway, etc.


The P芒quis are a district of Geneva located on the right bank of Lake Geneva built from 1855. Originally, the P芒quis are pastures located outside the fortifications surrounding Geneva, descending to Lake Geneva, which are part of the commune of Patit-Saconnex. The first part built is located north of the current district (along the route of rue de Lausanne). The fortifications were dismantled from 1850 and several new districts developed beyond the land occupied by the fortifications (on the site of the old suburbs), Les Eaux-Vives, Plainpalais, La Jonction and Les P芒quis. Hoteliers built luxury establishments along the lake - H么tel de Russie, H么tel de la Paix, H么tel Richemond, H么tel Beau-Rivage or H么tel d'Angleterre, most of which still exist today, the H么tel National later becoming the Wilson Palace.

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