Paris 75013- François Mitterand library - 1 living room/kitchen, 4 beds, 2 bath, 1 lingerie | 110.75 m2 + 7.67 m2 and 3.21 m2 wrap around balconies | Check floor plan - Between the Seine river and the Paris Diderot university, a high-end SE SW facing apartment offering 116.19 m2 weighted area ( 121.63 m2 private space) ready to move into at the end of the third quater of 2022. With optimized space, peaceful and functional (accessibility for people with reduced mobility, home automation system, motorized blinds...), this well designed 15th floor property offers all the comfort of a cutting edge residence with lift, 5 minutes from the historical and vibrant surroundings of the François Mitterand library. No holes to fill in or painting to be done for this well proportioned and space-saving apartment with large floor to ceiling bays windows, on the garden side of this complex bathed in light . It includes a welcoming 4.16 m² entrance hall leading into a spacious 36.42 m² living room with 7.67 m2 and 3.21 m² balconies and an open kitchen to be fitted out and harmoniously delimited on the floor to respect volumes and perspectives, and a modern 6.79 m2 + 3.42 en-suite bathrooms. Custom-made cupboards and a cellar complete this apartment, which benefits from a modern architecture with refined interiors, acoustic comfort and a reduction in energy loss for maximum thermal optimisation. Ideally nestled away from urban life, it also offers a feeling of space and openness thanks to its largely glazed facade, generously lighting the living areas. A prestigious address on the edge of 13th district, it is a unique opportunity as no one has previously lived in this apartment located in this historic district, famous for its variety of landscapes and its modernity. A haven of peace which, with its many local shops, Paris left bank market and its explosion of colours, its many theatres/cinemas and its trendy cafés and terraces The frog and british library, l'arobase , le mambo…), places its residents at the heart of the real Parisian lifestyle.
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Ready to move into at the end of the third quater of 2022, the purchase of this apartment sold off plan comes with economic benefits including reduced 2.7% conveyance fees (compared to 7.7% for built properties), modern sound insulation and high energy efficiency norms (Thermal Regulation [RT] 2012 and Paris Climate Plan) in compliance with the Eco-Label housing quality standards (NF). You also benefit from the exemption of property tax for the first 2 years, a delivery guarantee ensuring the completion of a new building, a 10-year construction guarantee, a 2-year guarantee on equipment (radiators, doors... etc.) and finally a perfect construction guarantee covering minor damage that may appear during the first year. These elements ensure comfort and lasting peace of mind while away, there are no major renovations or upgrade work to be undertaken in the residence.
This superb Paris property offers all the modern lifestyle essentials, contributing to the enjoyment of your stay: ease of management and maintenance, peacefulness due to its location in the courtyard, its acoustic screed and quality double glazing, large bay windows with balconies for bright interiors, enhanced security with access protected by videophone, digital entry code system, electronic badges and armoured door, controlled monthly charges of about 2.50 €/m2/month including central heating - water - maintenance of common areas, high speed fibre optic internet, greener surroundings with landscaped gardens, positive impact on the environment by preserving natural resources through reduced energy consumption.
Area details : living area 121.63 m² ; balconies 7.67 m2 and 3.21 m2; total private area 121.63 m² ; weighted area 116.19 m² ; 12.975 €/m²
Miscellaneous: "Intelligent House" features includes blackout curtains, a lighting and heating control system within the apartment, floor to ceiling bay windows, includes suspended vanity units - thermostatic taps - mirror - lights and electric towel rail all combining quality and design, possibility to customize the layouts by choosing your floors and tiles, 15th floor of 15th, stroller and bicycle storage room, Paris district underground heating system, furnished rental potential is approximately 3000 €/month.
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Exceptional address in the 13th district of Paris, this new real estate program will benefit from a dynamic environment, including a school and many shops that will bring convenience to your daily life. The transport offer is complete with the T3 tram, the L14 metro, the RER C and soon the TZEN 5 and the L10 metro. The apartments, ranging from studios to 5-room duplex, will all benefit from a beautiful outdoor space. Their vast interiors and their home automation equipment will perfectly meet the needs of families. For more conviviality, the residence will offer residents access to a shared terrace on the 8th floor.
Look for Bus 62 (direction Cours de Vincennes) at the corner of Rue de Tolbiac and Avenue de Choisy, and take this about five stops to the Bibliothèque National de France. You know you’re in the right place if it looks like a giant construction site. The Rive Gauche Project started in 1988 to renovate 320 acres of industrial wasteland along the Seine between the Gare d’Austerlitz and the Boulevard Masséna. Turn left after the railroad tracks onto the Avenue de France, with its neat rows of newly planted trees and central pedestrian and cycle paths. Here you’ll find a few cafés with wide sidewalk terraces and the Cité de l'Image et du Son MK2, a cineplex with two restaurants, a café and nightclub. Just behind, in case you didn’t notice, was the first new building in the Rive Gauche project, the monumental mouthful of a library, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France – site François Mitterrand/Tolbiac (aka BnF, aka TGB for très grand bibliothèque). Opened in 1997, its four towers overlooking the Quai François-Mauriac are supposed to resemble four open books, with facades made entirely of glass (revolving wooden shelves inside can be moved to block the sun). There are some great views from the wooden terrace connecting the buildings, but watch out -- those steps are slippery when wet!
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