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PARIS 9E ARRONDISSEMENT
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Paris 75 - Rue de Douai (Saint-George area) - 30m² - A stone's throw from Square Hector Berlioz, a strategically well located one-room apartment on the 3rd floor of an 1872 building. It includes a living room with a nice 2.90m high ceiling, a separate kitchen area and a shower room with toilet. It benefits from the quietness of the double glazing and its location on the courtyard with a western exposure. Some decoration work is required. Low running costs with 80€/month service charges, 400€/year property tax,
Miscellaneous: Paris stone building on courtyard side, 3rd floor out of 6, two flats on the floor, secure building (caretaker, electronique key + intercom / digicode and armoured door), fibre optic broadband, individual electric heating, original features with fireplace, chevron parquet flooring and ceiling mouldings, kitchen and shower room are adjacent and separated from the living room, ideal investor, first acquisition or pied-à-terre. Read more ...
- Apartment No 115 --> Total living space 30,04m2 = 11.318 euros/m2
- Cellar No 158 --> 4m2 (valued at 1800 euros/m2)
Furnished rental potential of 999 to 1200 euros/month (reference rent : 33.30 e/m² to 40 e/m²) ≈ 3.53 e to 4.24% annual return.
Built over 6 floors, this 1872 property is located in the administrative district of Saint-Georges and includes 19 apartments spread over 2 entrance halls. The residence is constructed on a plot of 1054m2 located 120m from Blanche metro station (L2) and 260 m from Place de Clichy metro station (L13). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
9th arrondissement - Located on the Right Bank, is a young and vibrant part of the city with many places of cultural, historical, and architectural interest, including the Palais Garnier with its neo-Baroque architecture, home to the Paris Opera. It is also known as the best shopping districts in Paris with its elegant shopping galleries and its large Belle-Epoque department stores of Galeries Lafayette and Printemps situated on Boulevard Haussmann. While most people would likely head towards Montmartre, those in the know, head to SoPi (South of Pigalle), to enjoy a slew of stylish restaurants, bars, shops and cafés the district has to offer. Countless articles have been written about what's hip, new and happening about the fading Red Light district slowly replaced by a BoBo crowd (bourgeois bohemian). The district is also home to the little Tokyo district, the Bibliotheque-Museum de l'Opéra National de Paris, the famous concert hall of Paris Olympia, Cabaret of les Folies Bergere, Hotel Drouot auction house, Museum Grevin (wax museum), Museum du Parfum Fragonard Located in a Napoleonic-era mansion, and the less well known Museum de la Vie Romantique with its lovely shaded garden.
Information about risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website : https://www.georisques.gouv.fr
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
DPE in progress.