€850 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€810 000 without fees)
|Surface||80 M2*||Plot Size||0 M2|
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Paris 9th - Anvers - 80m2 - Just a short walk from the Sacré Coeur you will find this charming apartment located on the 2nd floor of a very well maintained stone building of 1911 with elevator. The apartment is quaint and retains many original features such as the parquet flooring and ceiling mouldings. It comprises a large entrance hall/ dining area which is the central room with all the other rooms leading off from here. The large living area faces onto the front of the building and is west facing with 2 large windows allowing plenty of light to bathe the space. The ceiling height here is 2.95m and there is also the beautiful original marble chimney. Both bedrooms share the same high ceilings with the main bedroom facing west towards the front of the apartment and the other located towards the rear facing East and onto the quiet courtyard. The kitchen is also towards the rear of the apartment and although immediately functional it requires updating. There is a large bathroom with bath and overhead shower and a very large useful storage cupboard. A separate toilet and cellar complete this property.
Miscellaneous : West facing living room on the street side with wooden double glazed windows. Situated on the second floor of 5 with lift, fireplace and 2.95m high ceilings, a live in caretaker looks after the communal areas There is a digital entry code system and reinforced door. Fibre optic internet. The apartment comes with a good sized cellar and there is also an area for bikes or pushchairs. The service charge € 200 per month including water, building maintenance and the caretaker, property tax € 1000 / year.
Walking distance to : Sacre coeur, Moulin rouge, Musée Grévin
Closest metro : Anvers - line 2 - 400m and also Poissonnière - line 7 - 600m
The 9th arrondissement, located on the Right Bank, is a young and vibrant part of the city with many places of cultural, historical, and architectural interest, including the Palais Garnier with its neo-Baroque architecture, home to the Paris Opera. It is also known as the best shopping districts in Paris with its elegant shopping galleries and its large Belle-Epoque department stores of Galeries Lafayette and Printemps situated on Boulevard Haussmann. While most people would likely head towards Montmartre, those in the know, head to SoPi (South of Pigalle), to enjoy a slew of stylish restaurants, bars, shops and cafés the district has to offer. Countless articles have been written about what's hip, new and happening about the fading Red Light district slowly replaced by a BoBo crowd (bourgeois bohemian). The district is also home to the little Tokyo district, the Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéra National de Paris, the famous concert hall of Paris Olympia, Cabaret of les Folies Bergère, Hôtel Drouot auction house, Musée Grévin (wax museum), Musée du Parfum Fragonard Located in a Napoleonic-era mansion, and the less well known Musée de la Vie Romantique with its lovely shaded garden.
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