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Indulge your real-estate fantasies with a stay in one of these chic rental homes.

Hôtel d’Hallwyl, Paris

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“There is something amazing about visiting museums like the Picasso and Carnavalet, and staying in a building with a similar sense of history,” says Jorge Almada of the 18th-century Paris apartment he owns with his wife, Anne-Marie Midy. Like their artisan-made-furniture company, Casamidy, the two-bedroom pied-à-terre—designed by Louis XVI’s architect, Claude-Nicolas Ledoux—honors the past with a decidedly modern approach. The Third Arrondissement space is filled with both French antiques and playful contemporary pieces, such as Casamidy’s own wrought-iron Symi lanterns.

Rent It: From $1,850 per week.

Insider Tip: “Our go-to spot for dinner is nearby Café Charlot (dinner for two $45). The Chateaubriand with pepper sauce is divine.” —Anne-Marie Midy

World's Coolest Rental Homes

Hôtel d’Hallwyl, Paris

“There is something amazing about visiting museums like the Picasso and Carnavalet, and staying in a building with a similar sense of history,” says Jorge Almada of the 18th-century Paris apartment he owns with his wife, Anne-Marie Midy. Like their artisan-made-furniture company, Casamidy, the two-bedroom pied-à-terre—designed by Louis XVI’s architect, Claude-Nicolas Ledoux—honors the past with a decidedly modern approach. The Third Arrondissement space is filled with both French antiques and playful contemporary pieces, such as Casamidy’s own wrought-iron Symi lanterns.

Rent It: From $1,850 per week.

Insider Tip: “Our go-to spot for dinner is nearby Café Charlot (dinner for two $45). The Chateaubriand with pepper sauce is divine.” —Anne-Marie Midy

Courtesy of Casamidy
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