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€730 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€698 000 without fees)
|Surface||59 M2*||Plot Size||0 M2|
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Paris 2nd - Strasbourg/Saint Denis - 59m2 - Situated in a building dating from the 1800s is this beautiful architect designed third floor apartment where every available space has been thoughtfully and cleverly used. It comprises a small entrance hall which leads to an open plan kitchen that is streamlined and fully equipped using top of the range appliances. This leads onto the dining room and living room which is well distributed with an array of fitted cupboards and bespoke bookcases. A huge west facing window allows the whole area to be swathed in light. The main bedroom suite of this apartment is stunning and comprises a west facing bedroom with integrated storage and made to measure wooden shutters, there are his and hers dressing areas and there is a beautiful en suite bathroom with 2 hand basins, a bath and power shower. There is another smaller bedroom/office and a separate toilet and a small cellar. The apartment is fully double glazed throughout. The property is well placed for a variety of cafes, restaurants and shops and the Palais Royal and the Pompidou centre are within a 15 minute walk. It is in exceptional condition and needs to be seen to be fully appreciated
Miscellaneous : This is a traditional stone 1800s building without lift comprising 12 apartments spread over 6 floors. Currently there is a professional company who are responsible for the upkeep of the communal areas but they are looking for a replacement live in caretaker. There is high speed internet and no works planned for in the building. The service charge is €559 per quarter and includes both hot and cold water and building maintenance. Property tax is €570 per year. Electricity and gas are around €900 per year
Walking distance to : Metiers art museum, Pompidou centre, The Palais Royal and the Marais
2nd Arrondissement - Paris somewhat under-appreciated 2nd arrondissement harbours attractions most tourists never see, including the medieval Jean-Sans-Peur tower, one of the best open streets market in the city, the historic movie theatre, club and concert hall Le Grand Rex and Place des Victoires, a favourite destination for shopping in trendy boutiques. Located on the right bank of the River Seine, the 2nd district, houses the city's most dense concentration of business activities. The arrondissement contains the former Paris stock exchange, a large number of banking headquarters as well as the textile district, known as the Sentier. It is also the home of most of Paris's surviving 19th-century glazed commercial arcades. At the beginning of that century most of the streets of Paris were dark and muddy and lacked sidewalks. A few entrepreneurs copied the success of the Passage des Panoramas and its well-lit, dry and paved pedestrian passageways. By the middle of the 19th century there were about two dozen of these commercial malls, but most of them disappeared as the Paris authorities paved the main streets, added sidewalks and gas street lighting. The commercial survivors are – in addition to the Passage des Panoramas – the Galerie Vivienne, the Passage Choiseul, the Galerie Colbert, the Passage des Princes, du Grand Cerf, du Caire, Lemoine, Jouffroy, Basfour, du Bourg-L'abbé, and the Passage du Ponceau.
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