€715 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€675 000 without fees)
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Paris 20th - Père Lachaise district - Courtyard apartment of 77 sqm Carrez, quiet and bright, with a West-Nord East orientation, on the 12th floor with elevator of a modern residence consisting of a large living room of 32 sqm, a fully equipped independent kitchen, two large bedrooms, and a bathroom + WC. This property is completed by 2 parking spaces accessible directly within the building. Read more ...
Additional information - The apartment enjoys a full view on the whole Père Lachaise and its old trees. The apartment surface is perfectly optimized, there is no space lost. It is easy to create a 3rd bedroom by encroaching on the living room. Given its location, the apartment has a real rental potential for tourists. The heating is collective, and gas fueled. The charges are of €300/ month including heating and hot water. Property taxes are of €1 116/ year.
Building - Beautiful residence of 16 floors built in 1976. The entrance is secured by a digital code and a nominative interphone. The residence benefits from the services of a full-time concierge. The optical fiber is accessible. A space is available for bikes and strollers to all residents. The building facade renovation is planned and paid by the current owners. No other renovation works planned and/or voted for future years.
Transports - Line 2: Alexandre Dumas - Line 3: Père Lachaise - Line 6 et RER A : Nation - Bus 76
Proximity - Less than 200m from Alexandre Dumas metro station (L2), 800 m from Buzenval metro station (L9) and 15min walk to Nation (ligne 1, 6 & city rail RER A). Self-service bike system 'Velib' in front of the building, self-service electric car system 'Autolib '350m away.
Concerning the food markets, at the foot of the building, there is the wonderful Charonne market. From rue Alexandre Dumas to rue du Repos, it's a succession of small craftsmen, butchers, delicatessens, creamers, fishmongers, poultry farmers, vegetable merchants, caterers of the world, ... From rue Alexandre Dumas to rue de Bagnolet, there are meat, poultry and seafood merchants, as well as creamers, organic and non-organic market gardeners with magnificent products and even florists. On the other half of the market, we find fruits, vegetables, potatoes, herbs and herbs of good quality and very competitive prices.
There is also a little further the Reunion market. Around the fountain of the pretty little Place de la Réunion, a hundred meters from Père Lachaise. Small but dense with nearly forty shopkeepers, it is a friendly food market where customers are mainly regulars. There are many fruit and vegetable sellers (about twenty), a butcher, several fishmongers, delicatessens, bakers and sellers of regional products, a caterer, a cheese maker, a grower and a florist.
Parks - There are many parks and gardens in the 20th arrondissement and the first of these, the Père Lachaise Cemetery which is a soothing walk, an adventure intertwined with history, nature, art and culture.
• The Père Lachaise - The cemetery takes its name from King Louis XIV's confessor, Father François d'Aix de La Chaise. It is the most prestigious and most visited necropolis in Paris. Situated in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, it extends 44 hectares and contains 70,000 burial plots. The cemetery is a mix between an English park and a shrine. All funerary art style are represented: Gothic graves, Haussmanian burial chambers, ancient mausoleums, etc. On the green paths, visitors cross the burial places of famous men and women; Honoré de Balzac, Guillaume Apollinaire, Frédéric Chopin, Colette, Jean-François Champollion, Jean de La Fontaine, Molière, Yves Montand, Simone Signoret, Jim Morrison, Alfred de Musset, Edith Piaf, Camille Pissarro and Oscar Wilde are among some of them.
• Modern garden - This garden created in 1995, and with a surface area of 6,300 m², is devoted to wild flowers that used to flower in the capital when Paris was much more countrified. A pond in a sunny area, shady undergrowth and a flower meadow provide a delightful habitat for insects and passing birdlife. So that the garden keep its original state, the Mairie de Paris decided to not have the plants watered or the grass mown. Here, Mother Nature is in charge of reseeding wildflowers and safeguarding animal life in this 6,300 m² area located just next to the Père-Lachaise cemetery. Because it is so beautifully preserved in its natural state, the garden is often used for educational workshops on biodiversity.
• Casque d'or garden - Located to the south of the Père-Lachaise cemetery, the Jardian Casque d'Or consists of lawns and terraces. It also has a 1,400m2 shared garden.
• Belleville park - Until the 18th century Belleville was just a corner of the countryside with farms, windmills and open-air cafes. The former village, which became home to people of modest means, chased out of Paris by Haussman's renovations at the end of the 19th century, has recently seen a complete change. Built in 1988 on top of the Belleville hill, the Belleville park (45,000 m²) offers an unrestricted panoramic view of the capital. A wooded village destined for children offers tower staircases and toboggans in all sizes. There is a water course, made up of waterfalls and streams and a panoramic viewpoint where you can admire the Parisian landscape. Evidence of the area's wine-producing past, the park also has 140 vines, which each produce around 2 to 3 kilos of grapes. Harvesting takes place every year.
• Square Sarah Bernhardt - This pretty square excels in biodiversity, boasting 200 trees of 50 different species, topiary (cone shaped yews) and flowerbeds filled with a gorgeous array of annuals and perennials.
20th Arrondissement - Belleville and Menilmontant are fast becoming Paris Hipster neighborhoods due to its affordable prices and its popularity among artists and creative types. It is home to numerous associations devoted to the promotion of the arts, particularly theatrical and plastic. The 20th district is also internationally known for the Pere Lachaise Cemetery where one can find the tombs of many famous composers such as Frederic Chopin and Gioacchino Rossini, writers including Oscar Wilde and Marcel Proust, painters like Camille Pissarro and Jacques-Louis David as well as the rock singer Jim Morrison of The Doors.
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