€699 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 3 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€679 000 without fees)
Reduction from €715,000 to €699,000
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Paris - 10th - 85m2 - Located in a very well maintained building with lift dating back to 1875 is this delightful 2 bedroom apartment which has retained it's original features with high ceilings, mouldings, parquet flooring and a working marble chimney. The apartment is opulent and oozes charm. Comprised of a wide entrance hall that leads to a stunning living area with point de Hongrie flooring and full floor to ceiling windows that lead onto the 8m balcony, this room leads to the dining area which is equally beautifully and from where you can also gain access to the balcony. There are 2 bedrooms towards the rear of the property both of which are doubles, a very unique shower room and a fully equipped kitchen all of which face towards the rear. This apartment comes with 2 cellars. It is in move in condition and must be seen to fully appreciate it's beauty. Walking distance to : Canal St Martin, Gare du Nord, Gare de L'Est, Sacre Cœur Closest metro : La Chapelle - line 2 - 100m and also Gare du Nord - line 4 + 5 - 700m
Miscellaneous : East facing living room on the street side with wooden double glazed windows. Situated on the second floor of 6 with lift, fireplace and 2.95m high ceilings, a live in caretaker. 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 € 250 per month including water, building maintenance and the caretaker, property tax € 1096 / year.
Walking distance to : Canal St Martin, Gare du Nord, Gare de L'Est, Sacre Cœur
Closest metro : La Chapelle - line 2 - 100m and also Gare du Nord - line 4 + 5 - 700m
The 10th arrondissement is situated on the right bank of the River Seine. It is little known to tourists but houses hidden gems such as the Canal St Martin, linking the north eastern parts of Paris with the River Seine. Strolling along the water’s edge at sunset will make you feel like you’re a true Parisian. This multi-cultural neighbourhood also contains a bohemian element and the cafes and restaurants along the Canal Saint-Martin makes it now a popular destination for both Parisians and tourists bringing new energy into the area. This edgy working-class area is just a stone's throw from the bustling city centre and has become quite trendy in recent years. You will find many young people flocking to the area including professionals and artists. Two great train stations, Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est, built during the 19th century are located here as is the historic Place de la République. Other main sights and attractions includes Place Sainte Marthe with its majestic trees and romantic streetlights, Marché St-Quentin, one of the best know covered food market, offering a wide variety of fresh products. You can certainly count on Paris for the unexpected, yet completely delightful, museums, including the Musee de l’Eventail which houses a truly impressive collection of over 400 fans from the 18th century to the present day. Spending time here will make you feel like you’re in the “real” Paris.
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