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Apartment 3 rooms in PARIS XIV , Paris , Ile de France

€445,000 €439,000 (HAI) £384,599**
Ref: 82826DPE75
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One/two bedroom duplex apartment situated Passage Dareau 75014, 52m2 (43m2 + 9m2 terrace) at the heart of an historic 1891 building a short walk to Daguerre market & Denfert-Rochereau station

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Price €439 000 (HAI)**
Reduction from €445,000 to €439,000
Ref 82826DPE75
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Dept Paris
Surface 43 M2* Outside Space 9 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 2
  • City property
  • Apartment
  • Double glazing
  • High speed internet
  • Excellent condition
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Paris 14th - Saint Jacques - 52m2 with terrace - Between the Jardin du Luxembourg and Parc Montsouris, just a few minutes walk from Daguerre market and its colourful and warm atmosphere, this cosy apartment, set on 3 levels with a central spiral staircase, is very nicely presented, without wasted space, and offers 41.69m2 of habitable space (Carrez law) including, on the first floor, an entrance leading straight into the open kitchen /lounge (22m2) and a 8.80m2 covered winter veranda for al-fresco dining, a spacious mezzanine floor ideal as an office or spare bedroom, and on the Ground floor, the main bedroom and shower. This superb property, which offers peacefulness due to its courtyard location and double glazing is at the heart of the Parisian neighbourhood Le Petit-Montrouge, benefiting from a village atmosphere with its many local shops, lively streets, theaters venues and un-missable cafés, cocktail bar, brunch, bistro or gourmet cuisine and is a stone's throw from from Denfert-Rochereau Metro station (links to Gare du Nord, Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports).

Miscellaneous : renovated in 2012 (including decorating) & ready to move in, ceiling height 4.04 & 2.70 & 2.37 & 2.04m, 2nd bedroom possible, right of exclusive use for the terrace/Veranda, individual electric heating, duplex on Ground & first floor, North/East/West facing, secured building with digital entry code system and security reinforced door, high speed fibre optic internet, parking in the adjacent streets or rental space available in a building nearby, freehold and no building renovation planned (2015 common area), 136 €/month service charge including cold water, 637 €/year property land tax, monthly service bills of approx. 100 euros, ideal pied-à-terre or investment with furnished rental potential of approximately 1400 € / month, home suitable for office use for independent professionals.

Built over 2 floors, this historic 1891 property is located in the area of Le Petit-Montrouge and includes 12 apartments spread over 2 buildings. The residence is constructed on a plot of 287 m2 located 272 m from Saint-Jacques metro station (L6) and 426m from Denfert-Rochereau (L4, L6 & RER B). Self-service bike system 'Velib' and electric car system 'Autolib are situated nearby.

14th Arrondissement - Located on the left bank of the Seine it includes the legendary Montparnasse, once home to a lively arts and literature scene in the roaring 1920's. The area still retains traces of fun places like ‘Rue de la Gaîte’ with its numerous theatres. The residential district has a lot to offer with lively cafés, famous restaurants and American Bar 'La Coupole'. The area also includes many traditional markets such as Place Edgar Quinet or the pedestrian area or Rue Daguerre, made famous by its director resident Agnes Varda. The 14e also boast the romantic-style Parc Monstouris and the Montparnasse Cemetery home of many of France's intellectual and artistic elite as well as many graves of foreigners who have made Paris their home. You will find here the final resting place of Charles Baudelaire, Simone de Beauvoir, Samuel Beckett, Brassaï, Alfred Dreyfus, Serge Gainsbourg, Joseph Kessel, Guy de Maupassant, Philippe Noiret, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Seberg, Ossip Zadkine and many others. This district also includes the university campus with its own metro station ‘Cité Universitaire', the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, the entrance to the famous Paris Catacombs and the Jean Moulin Museum.


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