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PARIS 18e - Exclusive to Leggett - Metro La Chapelle - 37.69m2 weighted (Carrez law 33.09m2 + 9.20m2 Mezzanine) - See virtual tours 360 and floor plan - Between the Jean-François-Lépine bridge and Rue Max Dormoy, charming loft superbly renovated by architect 'industrial style' for the delight of the current owner, an opera singer. Nothing has been done cheaply for this property completely remodeled and renovated in 2018 with maximum space optimization in mind, and strategically located 10min walk from the animation of Montmartre and the Canal Saint-Martin. This modern and cosy apartment is situated on the ground floor of a small human-sized building 1910 Haussmann style. This property benefits from a large bay window, no vis-à-vis, and offers attractive volume 'like a 1 bed flat' with 3.50m high ceilings, 33.09m2 on the ground floor and a very nice and airy 9.20m2 mezzanine open on 2 sides. Entirely fitted out to measure and distributed without loss of space, this loft property benefits from a 31m2 living area which is composed of a welcoming living room, a attractive American style kitchen fully equipped, a music corner and a very practical office (ideal home working) surrounded by intelligent storage. The sleeping area on the Mezzanine floor overlooks on one side the living room and on the other side the shower-room with glass windows as well as the small planted courtyard to maximize the brightness. We feel good in this apartment which also offers a spacious dressing room and numerous adapted storage spaces, a vanity corner, independent toilets and a cellar which completes this property. Close to the Saint Bernard church, to all amenities and transport, this loft is part of the transformation of this district steeped in history which has retained the charm of yesteryear with its lively streets, theaters, music halls and cinemas, not to mention its local shops, its unmissable cafes, cocktail, brunch, bistro cuisine ... District in full evolution and revolution. A must see. Read more ...
- Apartment No 2 --> Weighted 37.69m2 = 11.011 euros/m2 ; Total living space 42,29m2 = 33.09m2 Carrez + 9.20m2 Mezzanine
- Cellar No 19 --> !!m2 (valued at 1800 euros/m2)
Furnished rental potential of 1615 euros/month = 4.67% gross annual return (appr. 4.28 % net)
Miscellaneous: Renovated by architect and ready to move in, fully equipped kitchen, double exposure North-South, atelier style bay on the the courtyard and street side, many custom storage cabinets and cupboards, ground floor of 5, two apartments on this floor, secure building with reinforced door and digital entry code system, lift, high speed fibre optic internet, individual electric heating system, freehold and no building renovation voted or planned, 94 euros / month service charge including water, Freehold 65 / 1036, 607 euros / year land tax, service bills of approx. 50 euros/month, also perfect as an office for independent professionals.
Built over 6 floors, this 1910 Hausmann property is located in the area of La Chapelle and includes 13 apartments spread over one building. The residence is constructed on a plot of 231m2 located 220m from La Chapelle metro station (L2) and 700m from Max Dormoy metro station (L22). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
18th arrondissement - Located on the Right Bank of the Seine River, is one of the most popular areas of Paris, hosting the district of Montmartre, which contains a hill dominated by the Sacre Coeur basilica, as well as the famous Moulin Rouge. Thanks to its sweeping viewpoints, art-drenched history and charming, village-like streets, the district attracts many visitors and colourful street artists. Some of the world’s greatest artists lived here, notably Picasso, Matisse, Max Jacob, Utrillo and Renoir. The area also includes the lively neighbourhoods such as Barbes and its bustling markets. Countless articles have been written about what's hip, new and happening about this fading Red Light district slowly replaced by a BoBo crowd (bourgeois bohemian). The area main sights and attractions includes the Montmartre Neighbourhood, Montmartre Cemetery, Place des Tertres, Le Moulin de la Galette (real windmill and the subject of a painting of the same name by Renoir), Dali Museum…
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