€885 000 (HAI)**
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Paris 2nd - Montorgueil - 72m2 (68m2 Loi Carrez) - 3 Rooms - Located in a building of 1974, a former workshop renovated by architect in a nice apartment on 3 levels. South facing, with triple exposure, street and courtyard, the apartment is very clear and quiet. The entrance is by elevator on the 3rd floor. On this floor there is a private landing, a corridor leading to a large bright living room of 30m2, with 3.20 m high ceiling and 3 large windows facing south. There is also an open dinning kitchen with two windows overlooking the courtyard, a bathroom with bath and shower, and a separate toilet. A spiral staircase leads to the upper floor, towards a hallway and a bedroom with window over courtyard. Another third floor staircase leads down to the second floor where there is a second bedroom. A cellar completes this property. The apartment is well located with many cafes, restaurants and shops around the neighborhood of the Bourse and the district of Montorgueil. The department stores are a 20 minutes walk away.
Miscellanous: The recent building of 1974, armored door with code, elevator to standards, comprises 6 apartments spread over 6 floors. Fiber optic in the building, parking in the street possible, gas central heating, no joint ownership and nothing to envisage, charge of joint ownership of 380 € / month including collective heating, water, elevator and caretaker, property tax about 1000 € / year, investment with rental potential furnished about 2300 € / month or seasonal rental weekly in high season. Bas de Montorgueil, this building of 5 floors + RDC was built in 1974, counts 6 apartments. It is built on a plot of 95 m2 located 250 m from the metro station Sentier (L3) and 400m from the Bourse (L3) station.
Close to the Palais Royal, Rue Sainte-Anne, the National Library of France, Richelieu Museum of Arts and Crafts, Musée Grévins, Musée du parfum Fragonard Paris, the Opera-Comique National Theater, Shopping in the pedestrian area of Montorgueil with cafes, restaurants, small shops selling fresh food or wine. Limit with the 1st, 3rd and 4th arrondissement on the south side and with the 9th and 10th arrondissement on the north side.
The 2nd arrondissement of Paris, located on the right bank of the Seine, also sometimes called "arrondissement de la Bourse", is particularly known for its many remarkable architectural monuments: Place des Victoires with an equestrian statue of Louis XIV, Notre Dame one of the last remaining remains of medieval Paris, Palais Brongniart (Bourse de Paris), former residence of the Bourse de Paris, this imposing building is surrounded by a park, an antique peristyle (Corinthian style). The 2nd arrondissement has several "Passages", Galerie Vivienne, Passage Choiseul, Galerie Colbert, Passage des Princes, Grand Cerf, Cairo, Lemoine, Jouffroy, Basfour, Bourg-l'Abbé and the passage du Ponceau , narrow galleries crossing a block of buildings through and connecting two parallel streets.
The 2nd arrondissement contains fewer impressive monuments or typical streets than its neighbors. Yet, it is not without charm for the smaller boroughs. When a film tries to show you a Parisian (idealized) life, it is often from this neighborhood that inspiration comes.
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