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Love Home Swap - Home Exchange
Looking for a stylish new way to holiday in Paris this year that won’t break the bank? Our friends at – the stylish home exchange service – have handpicked a collection of their five chicest Paris home swaps for your consideration…

1. Maybe the Frenchiest apartment in Paris, 1st - beautiful two-bedroom apartment Stephane’s beautiful two-bedroom apartment features high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout 110 square metres. With plenty of buzzy restaurants and cool bars just around the corner, there’s lots to keep you busy during your stay.

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2. Beautiful family apartment, Bois de Boulogne

This stunning apartment has just been fully remodelled. Standing as a separate house within a building dating back to the 1930’s, it’s located just a few minutes’ walk from Roland Garros – home to the French Open.

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3. Gorgeous, newly renovated triplex loft, 9th

This private, triplex loft used to be a Cabaret in the early 20th century! It’s unique for Paris with a 550 sq ft. entryway, a spacious stainless steel open kitchen, plus a glass and chrome staircase. The surrounding neighbourhood is called So-Pi (South of Pigalle) and includes historic spots like the Moulin Rouge and Montmartre, which are just a few minutes away.

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 4. Funky flat in a historic building in the Marais

In the heart of the historic centre of Paris, le Marais is a lively neighbourhood for city lovers. This artistic home is situated within a building dating back to the 18th century and kept between a courtyard and garden, with peace and quiet all around. The flat is on the 4th floor, which makes it full of light and offers fantastic views.

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5. Elegant architect-designed family apartment, 15th Paris

This amazing architect-designed family apartment is located within a quiet residential area only 15 minutes from the Eiffel Tower. On sunny days, lunch and tea can be enjoyed lounging on a deckchair on the rooftop terrace, with privileged views of the Eiffel Tower itself at night-time.

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