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Paris 19th - Canal St-Martin district - Corner apartment of 96.7 sqm Carrez, very bright, South-West/ East oriented, located on the 2nd floor with elevator of a modern luxury building, composed by a double living room and its large balcony accessible all around it, a fully equipped independent kitchen, two quiet bedrooms with a garden view, a bathroom with toilet, a laundry area, and separate toilet. The property is completed by a cellar of 6 sqm. There is also a possibility to acquire a parking within the building directly accessible by the elevators, for €20K extra. Read more ...
Additional information - Completely renovated, ready to move in. The floorplan has been optimized so that there is no loss of space. Many storage spaces and closets have been integrated in each room. The heating is collective, CPCU fueled. Charges are of €390/ month all inclusive, even heating, and property taxes are of €1 425/ year.
Building - Luxury 7-storey building built in 1968. The common areas of the building have been fully renovated in 2017. The optical fiber is installed. The residence benefits from the services of a full-time concierge. The entrance to the building is secured by a digital code and a nominative intercom. No renovation work planned/ voted for the future years.
Proximity - The heights of Belleville, are a district very appreciated by the "bobos"(Bourgeois-Bohemian), for its village side, its decoration shops, its fine food shops, and its pretty sight on Paris…. This district is also known as Haut-Belleville. Around the Saint-Jean-Baptiste church, built with a gothic style in 1859, and a patisserie that is almost as old, enjoy a typically-Parisian bite to eat and a peaceful stroll around hidden courtyards of artists’ studios that open onto flourishing gardens, allowing you to find restaurants, food shops and more and more workshops of sharp designers ...
Park - The 19th district is one of the greenest districts in Paris, with its two huge parks, the "Villette park" (the largest garden in the capital with its Passenger Gardens and "Buttes Chaumont park" Third largest), so pretty, with its valleys, forests, suspended footbridge, etc.
These two parks, however, should not eclipse other beautiful green areas of the borough, such as the beautiful "Butte du Chapeau-Rouge park", the Jardins d'Éole, all in length, on horseback between the 18th and 19th , and even the Jardin Rebéval, with its pergolas.
• Villette park: It is one of the largest parks in the capital, spread over 55 hectares, including 35 green areas composed by 16 hectares of "green" areas, 8 hectares of lawns accessible to the public and 3 hectares of gardens. In terms of size it is bigger than the Tuileries gardens (25.5 ha), the Buttes-Chaumont park (25 ha) and the Luxembourg garden (23 ha). It is not a simple green space since it hosts many cultural and leisure activities. In the middle stands the great Hall of La Villette, formerly the place of the slaughterhouses of Paris, and which was built in the nineteenth by a pupil of Baltard. It is a huge building all in length essentially composed of structure in metallic frameworks characteristic of the industrial revolution. There is now an exhibition space, a library and a restaurant. On the right when you arrive at Porte de Pantin, you will find the new and magnificent Philharmonie de Paris. On the left, the old theater of La Villette and the conservatory of Paris. Further north, you will reach the Canal de l'Ourcq which you can cross to reach the City of Science and Industry and the Geode where you can see 3D movies. To the right, before crossing the canal, you have the Zenith, famous hall of variety shows. Apart from these cultural hubs, you can just walk around the park. The lawns offer you a warm welcome for a bucolic picnic, and wooded areas will offer you freshness during hot weather. You can also stroll along the canal, directly along the banks or on the walkways.
• Buttes-Chaumont park: The Buttes-Chaumont Park, in the north-east of Paris, is one of the biggest and original green spaces in Paris, measuring 25 hectares. Its construction on quarries explains its impressive steepness and change in levels and heights. Visitors can appreciate stunning views of the city from this hilly setting, especially in the Montmartre district. The layout gives it a particular charm: caves and waterfalls, a suspended bridge, and a high viewpoint. It is brightened up with exotic, indigenous trees and numerous birds (seagulls, moorhens, and mallard ducks) share the area and enjoy the artificial lake. Entertainment for children also takes place in the park and there are break areas where you can get something to eat.
• Bassin de La Villette: At 800 metres long and 70 metres wide, the Bassin de la Villette is the biggest artificial stretch of water in Paris linking the canal de l’Ourcq to the canal Saint-Martin and thus developing fluvial transport. Numerous cultural activities (shows, concerts, theatre productions) make this canal basin a festive place, very popular with Parisians.
• Butte du Chapeau Rouge park: Opened in 1939, this park of 4.7 hectares certainly bears the name of a guinguette of the Pre-Saint-Gervais which animated the district formerly. Three vast lawns accessible to the public extend, decorated with masses of plants, fountains, statues and stairs. Children can have fun in a playground to climb and in a sandpit. Its unavoidable charm: its clear view on all the East of Paris. Often shunned in favor of the Parc des Buttes Chaumont, it becomes an intimate garden, ideal to escape the stress of the street and relax. There is a fountain representing "Eve" (1938) by Raymond Couvègnes, and "Two women and a child" (1938) by Pierre Traverse.
• Jardin Serge Gainsbourg: Inaugurated in June 2010, this 1.4 hectare contemporary park situated above the Paris ring road was created according to the latest methods in sustainable development and management of water resources. Shared gardens and play areas are linked by a gently sloping path that winds its way through the middle of the greenery.
• Square Monseigneur Maillet: The Monseigneur Maillet square is one of the oldest in the 19th arrondissement. Located in the place des Fêtes, it has several games that children can play and a music kiosk.
19th Arrondissement - Located on the right bank of the Seine, this district has until recently been considered of little interest. Yet this arrondissement has a lot to offer and even more since it is undergoing a dramatic urban renewal with the arrival of young dynamic executives. You will find everything in this arrondissement, first of all the large Buttes-Chaumont park created in the 19th century with it romantic style, but also animated cinemas, the Science and Industry Museum (La Cité des Sciences), the Paris Conservatoire, one of the most famous music schools in Europe, and La Cité de la Musique - Philharmonie de Paris, with its great music halls. The district is also crossed by two canals, the Canal Saint-Denis and the canal Ourcq buzzing with a growing number of modern and well-designed restaurants and many cafes and sunny terraces.
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