8 -12 rue NansoutisÂ Saint-Germain-des-PrÃ©s & Montparnasse
This name of this ravishing private road which is lined with individual houses and was built in 1922 refers to nearby Montsouris Park. The most spectacular house is located at the end of the road and was built by Le Corbusier for his friend, the painter Ozenfant. The house with half-timbering that was designed by the architect Gilbert Buisson is also one of the eye-catchers in this street
LA CAMPAGNE Ã€ PARIS
Place Octave ChanuteÂ Belleville & surroundingsThe group of streets known as la campagne Ã Paris is a building block located on a hill to the east of Paris. The roads are lined with small red brick houses with rose bushes on the faÃ§ades. They originally were intended as low-income housing given that they were built on the land of an old quarry. Take the staircase to rue IrenÃ©e Blanc and explore this idyllic pastoral neighbourhood.
19 rue de LyonÂ Marais & Bastille
Not many tourists and Parisians know that this tiny pedestrian street, which is just a short walk from Gare de Lyon, actually exists. It has 35 free-standing houses with colourful faÃ§ades. You might be forgiven for thinking youâ€™re near Portobello market, with the greens, the yellows, the pinks and the purples
32 rue DidotÂ Saint-Germaindes-PrÃ©s & Montparnasse
his long narrow cobblestone street, which is lined with private dwellings and workshops, is particularly charming. Stroll through this magical street and you will immediately forget about the hustle and bustle of the city. There are flowers and plants everywhere, the cats roam around freely and lovers walk through this street hand in hand. It also cuts through part of the building block
Belleville & surroundingsThis green enclave near Parc des Buttes Chaumont is like a little island with its tiny houses, flower gardens and steep cobbled streets where itâ€™s fun to get lost. Originally this was cheap housing, for working-class people, but nowadays more affluent Parisians live here, in this tiny village in the centre of Paris.