The roughly 2,150-square-foot apartment is in the chic Marais district.
The house, in a late-17th-century building near the historic Place des Vosges and the Picasso Museum, has an upper floor with public rooms designed around an interior patio of roughly 200 square feet, and a lower floor with four bedrooms.
There’s also a mezzanine library. The ceilings are 13 feet high and the apartment has many classic original details, including gilded moldings in the master bedrooms and French doors. The bathrooms and kitchen have been renovated.
Monsieur Lacroix reportedly purchased and moved to another apartment nearby.