€495 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€470 000 without fees)
Reduction from €505,000 to €495,000
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Paris - 17th - 42m2 - Batignolles - This apartment is located in a stone 1880's building without lift. The property is comprised of a small entrance hall which leads to a wonderful bright and large living area with solid wood flooring and double aspect windows, a double bedroom, a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom. The distribution of this apartment is good and there is no lost space with an array of built in cupboards. This wonderful apartment is located in a bustling area of Paris with lots of great restaurants, cafes and shops within walking distance. There is a fabulous bakery next door and across the road an excellent wine shop that according to the apartments current owner has the best wine selection in Paris. You also have the Square des Batignolles which is the largest green area in the 17th only 500m from the apartment.
Miscellaneous : Building tax of €900 per year with monthly charges of €130 which includes the cold water. There is individual gas heating and double glazing throughout. There is a large 10m2 cellar.
Walking distance : Square des Batignolles, Parc Martin Luther King
Transport : Metro Porte de Clichy - 700m - lines 2 + 13 and La Fourche - 600m - line 13
The 17th district is a somewhat upscale area that combines quiet upper-middle class neighbourhoods near the Arc de Triomphe and Parc Monceau and spots such as Place de Clichy, former stomping grounds frequented by 19th century artists and writers including Emile Zola and Edouard Manet and where artists of the Ecole des Batignolles such as Pissarro, Renoir, and Degas (known today as the Impressionists) used to live and socialise. Situated on the right bank of the River Seine, the relatively quiet arrondissement is a mixed of office and residential areas; more Haussmannian in style in the south-western part, an area mostly occupied by young families or couples; a former industrial district gone residential in the north-eastern part, now experiencing a marked gentrification process. The neighbourhood hasn't quite made it onto the average sightseeing itinerary but has recently become a trendy district for young créateurs and artists, a sign of great things to come for the Batignolles district. It is an interesting area to explore for those looking to escape the souvenir shops and includes Le Marché des Batignolles, a popular covered market, the place to go for organic produce, artisanal breads, fresh fish and high-quality meat. La Cité des Fleurs, an oasis of elegant, 19th-century townhouses with private gardens and a cobblestoned lane, a lovely walk on a sunny afternoon. Just behind is the Square des Batignolles, a romantic-style garden built in the late 1800s, offers a duck pond, children’s playgrounds and gently rolling paths for strolling. The Park Martin Luther King , the newest green space will eventually cover 10.8 hectares and includes state-of-the-art recreational facilities. After you’ve gotten some fresh air, head to the Jean-Jacques Henner Museum to see world-class art in a 19th century mansion. End your exploration with a stroll down Cour St-Pierre, a passage of old horse stables converted into artists’ studios and pretty gardens or head to the Palais des Congrès of Paris, which is a large convention centre and concert venue.
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