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Apartment 2 rooms in PARIS III , Paris , Ile de France

€640,000 £557,139**
Ref: 114688SBU75
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Paris 75003 - Le Haut Marais, a charming 2-Room apartment of 30m2 and cellar, renovated bright and quiet on the 4th floor with fireplace, exposed beams and a clear view over the rooftops of Paris. Very well located in a lively district, next to the town hall and rue de Bretagne (see Map and 360 ° view).

Savandary Boulom , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 829444298
Price €640 000
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Ref 114688SBU75
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Dept Paris
Surface 30 M2* Plot Size 0 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 1
  • City property
  • Apartment
  • Double glazing
  • Good condition
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Paris 75003 - Le Haut Marais / Les enfants Rouges - Next to the town hall of the 3rd arrondissement and its pretty park, a charming 2-room apartment, High-end renovated in 2019 with quality materials, offering 30m2 of living space ( 29.02m2 Carrez Law). Double crossing on the courtyard and on the quiet street, with the charm of the old, functional fireplace, exposed beams and solid parquet, it includes a living room with fireplace and its open equipped kitchen, an independent suspended toilet with basin and a bedroom with its shower room Italian style and basin. With plenty of storage space, a healthy concrete cellar completes this property. On the 4th floor out of 6, in a building dating from 1860 offering unobstructed view over the roofs of the Carreau du Temple and over the rooftops of Paris. A stone's throw from Place des Vosges and the Picasso museum, this very well located apartment benefits from a very lively Parisian district with its local shops, and its unmissable cafes, cocktails and brunch, bistro or gourmet cuisine. Ideal pied a terre, Parisian base (see Map and 360 ° virtual tour). Read more ...

Surfaces : Habitable 30m2 - Carrez 29,02m2, ou 22000 euros/m2 ; Potentiel locatif meublé d’environ 2000 euros/mois, très bon rendement locatif en saisonnier.
Ready to move in, completely refurbished in 2019, double crossing onto courtyard and street, old charm with fireplace, exposed beams and solid parquet, numerous cupboards and storage, 4th floor out of 6, no elevator , orientation N / W, old building from 1860 secured (digital code and armored door 4 points, cable, individual electric heating, charge of about 70 € / month including water and maintenance of common areas, property tax 305 € / year, bills expenses monthly around 60 € / month, ideal first acquisition / pied-à-terre or investment with furnished rental potential of around 2000 € / month.

In the heart of the administrative district of the Red Children, this old building from 1860, built on the ground floor, has 24 apartments. It is built on a 175 m2 plot, 174m from the primary school and Pierre-Jean de Béranger college.

Close to : Limit of the 11th / 9th / 2nd and 4th arrondissements, the Carreau du Temple, the town hall of the 3rd arrondissement, parking garage of the Temple, traditional market of the Enfants Rouges, Place des Vosges, Picasso Museums, Arts and Crafts, Archives National, Hunting and Nature, the Beaubourg Center, the Marais district and its shops, Le Point-Virgule, Bastille ...

3rd Arrondissement - Mostly a residential area, this is the quieter part of the medieval Marais area, and one of the nicest areas to live in in Paris. A sophisticated village, it contains several open-air markets and squares such as the Carreau du Temple, the Jardin de l'Hotel Salé (Picasso museum) or the Saint-Gilles-Grand-Veneur garden. The oldest private house in Paris, built in 1407, is located here in rue de Montmorency (its first owner claimed to own the Philosopher's Stone). The area includes beautiful buildings and several residences such as the Hôtel de Montmorency, the Hôtel de Marle and the Hôtel Albret. From the 17th century, the area was inhabited by the nobility, including Madame de Sévigné, hence the name given to one of its streets. Some streets such as Rue de Bretagne, Rue de Montmorency, Rue Charlot or Rue de Braque are particularly sought after. The neighborhood was the place where several communities (Auvergnat, Jewish, Chinese ...) have settled down over the centuries.

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