€681 450 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€649 000 without fees)
|Surface||51 M2*||Plot Size||0 M2|
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Paris 75003 - Marais / Place des Vosges - Bright and quiet for this superb 2-room/1 bed, corner apartment of 46m2 weighted, 40,61m2 Carrez law, 51m2 on the ground, bathed in light, facing South East / West, like a loft, it is composed of an entrance on living room, an equipped kitchen, an open bedroom, a bathroom with sauna and WC included. With a dressing room and plenty of storage, a cellar completes this property. On the 5th and last floor, without vis-à-vis, offering a breathtaking view of the Panthéon, and the rooftops of Paris, from a quiet and well-maintained contemporary building of 1987 with Lift. In the heart of the Marais, a stone's throw from the National Archives museum, and the Picasso museum, the Place des Vosges, the BHV, the Town Hall and the pedestrian quays of the Seine, it enjoys a very lively Parisian district with its shops nearby, and its unmissable cafes, cocktails and brunch, bistro or gourmet cuisine. LEASEHOLD, ideal pied à terre, Parisian base, liberal profession or Investment, good yield, can be rented furnished up to € 2,500 per month. (see Map and 360 ° views). A must see. Read more ...
Surfaces: Sale with leasehold (End of lease 31 January 2086) - Living space 51m2 (46m2 weighted), 40,61 law Carrez - 2 rooms/1 Bed, Furnished rental potential of around 2.500 euros / month. Ready to move into without work, 5th and last floor of a quiet and well-maintained building with elevator, plenty of closet and storage, bright, South-East / West orientation, contemporary 1987 corner building, secure (digital code and armored door, cable, individual electric heating, charge approximately 120 € / month including water and maintenance of common areas, property tax 680 € / year, Fee of around 600 € / year, monthly electricity expenditure invoices approximately 80 € / month. Ideal investment, first acquisition / pied-à-terre.
At the heart of the Archives administrative district, this contemporary building from 1987, built on the ground floor, has 19 apartments. It is built on a 405m2 plot, 203m from the Quatre fils public nursery school, 204m from the Perle Primary school and 303m from the Victor Hugo college. Transport nearby metro station Saint-Paul (L1) at 429m and Rambuteau station (L11) at 468m.
Near: Limit of the 11th / 9th / 2nd / 4th arrondissements, the Carreau du Temple, the town hall of the 3rd arrondissement, the Temple garage parking, the traditional Red Children market, the Place des Vosges, the Archives, Picasso, Arts et Métiers museums , Hunting and Nature, the Beaubourg Center, in the Marais with its shops, Le Point-Virgule theater ...
3rd Arrondissement - Primarily a residential area, this is the quietest 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, Hôtel de Marle and 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. Certain 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 (Auvergne, Jewish, Chinese ...) have settled down over the centuries.
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