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LEGGETT PRESTIGE is pleased to present this pleasant 2-room apartment, ideally located on the banks of the Ourcq canal, in Seine Saint-Denis. New - off-plan. North facing. Balcony of 9.40m2. This comfortable and functional 2-room flat has a surface area of 47.20m2. It is located to the east of the city in a complex with shops at the foot of the building.
Close to amenities and city parks. Modern architecture. Metro line 5 just a few steps away. Porte de Pantin 2km away.
Building structure partly in wood
Built to RT 2012 standards
Scheduled for completion in October 2025
10,000 discount per room and free notary fees
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The apartment comprises:
a living space: kitchen-living area opening onto the balcony of approx. 9m2.
A 12.9m2 bedroom with storage space.
A bathroom with shower, washbasin and WC.
Floors in main rooms (entrances, living rooms and hallways) and adjoining closets will be covered with U2SP2-rated PVC flooring.
Floors in bedrooms, dressing rooms and closets: IDEM
Floors in utility rooms (kitchen and bathroom) will be covered with bonded porcelain stoneware or glazed stoneware tiles, size 31x31 from SALONI or equivalent.
Kitchens and kitchenettes: 3 rows of 20x20 earthenware tiles along the entire length of the kitchen equipment and 60cm above the worktop.
In studios: 1 stainless steel sink with drainer, Logis M31 faucets by HANSGROHÉ or equivalent and 2 electric hotplates.
In other apartments: 1 sink unit with drainer, door and fittings equivalent to those in studios.
Bath and shower rooms: SALONI glued tiles or equivalent.
Wood or mixed wood/aluminum joinery with thermal and acoustic double glazing in all rooms. Frosted glass for bathrooms and WCs.
PVC roller shutters with crank handle.
Solid wood landing door, type ISOBLIND2E by MALERBA or equivalent, with 5-point safety lock (A2P classification).
Collective heating and domestic hot water by air/water heat pump, heating distribution by radiators and towel dryers in bathrooms.
8-person elevator (630 kg) with VIGIK locking system for basement access.
Telephone, DTT and fiber connections.
2 RJ45 wall outlets in living room
Wireless doorman controlled by smartphone
Storage for bicycles and prams
Cable tray for future power supply to electric vehicles
PANTIN Situated on the edge of the Canal de l'Ourcq, the eastern quarter of Pantin embodies the essence of the urban and artistic transformation that has characterised the former industrial areas of the Paris region. Once the hub of industry and production, this enclave has become a veritable laboratory for urban reinvention over the years. The district's industrial history dates back to the 19th century, when the Ourcq Canal was built to facilitate the transport of goods to Paris. The warehouses, factories and workshops that flourished along its banks were once the lifeblood of the local economy. However, as industrialisation gave way to new forms of economy and culture, the district changed. Today, the eastern quarter of Pantin has become a symbol of renewal and creativity. Vast warehouses have been transformed into spacious lofts and artists' studios, attracting an eclectic and dynamic population. Art galleries, dance studios and theatres have taken up residence in this district, infusing it with a unique artistic atmosphere. The Canal de l'Ourcq is the district's main artery, providing a picturesque setting for waterside promenades, summer picnics and water sports. It plays a central role in the daily lives of the residents, who gather along its banks to relax, socialise and enjoy the cultural events that take place there on a regular basis. Pantin's eastern quarter is also the scene of numerous urban development projects, aimed at preserving its charm while providing modern, functional spaces. Former factories now stand alongside residential complexes, leafy parks and trendy shops. In conclusion, I would say that Pantin represents the successful evolution of a suburb that has regained its inspiration and breathing space, where industrial history blends with contemporary creativity, and where the beauty of the Canal de l'Ourcq continues to inspire and bring residents and visitors together.
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