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€2 350 000
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(€2 238 000 without fees)
PARIS 14E ARRONDISSEMENT
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PARIS 75014 - House 8 Rooms - 285m2 living space + 32m2 Terrace - Built on a 160m2 plot - See 360, floor plan and video - Exclusive to LEGGETT, 2 steps from the shops of Rue Raymond Losserand, a plot on the street side with a 2-storey house built in 1924 offering great volumes, ideal for a developer, a hunter of urban opportunity or simply a spacious loft-style family home. No expense has been spared in this atypical loft-style property, which was completely remodelled and renovated in 2010 to maximise the use of space and light, with a large, cosy living room with mezzanine (4.66 m2 SPH) and large 'artist's studio' windows opening onto the ground-level terrace of around 32 m2, ideal for alfresco dining, and a spacious, modern, superbly equipped dining kitchen. A rare haven of peace offering 4 bedrooms, one of which is a master bedroom, located just a stone's throw from the newly extended and renovated Cité hospitalière Saint-Joseph. Read more ...
Real potential for raising the building or demolition + new build, Atypical loft-type place completely remodelled and renovated in 2010, to maximise space and light, with its terrace for an afterwork alfresco drink. Nestled in a one-way street in the heart of the 14th arrondissement, this property offers appr. 285m2 of living space and includes on the ground floor, a welcoming entrance hall leading to a spacious master bedroom with dressing room + shower room and en-suite office, a 2nd bedroom + bathroom and en-suite office, a laundry room and a hatch giving access to underground pipes. A staircase leads to the first floor and its superb living area with its large bay windows type "Atelier d’artiste" opening on to the 32m2 private terrace E/NE. This level benefits from a loft-style layout and includes a spacious and superbly equipped dining kitchen opening onto a large and cosy living room with its mezzanine transformed into an independent office in order to maximize the ceiling height of 4.66m at the highest with 2 Velux to increase brightness. Also on this floor, a landing and a distribution corridor leading to a TV/office room, 3rd bedroom with study and an Italian-style bathroom which complete this rare haven of peace located just a stone's throw from the recently enlarged and renovated Saint-Joseph Hospital. Warm atmosphere, for this family district, which remains discreet, but very Parisian, on the edge of the 15th arrondissement, and includes the Montparnasse train station (towards Atlantic coast), the gardens of the ‘Petite Ceinture’, the old circular train line ideal space for walks and urban sports, the Square Plaisance-Ridder and Square des Suisses, a stone's throw from Pierre Larrousse elementary school and 1km from François Villon high school.
Details : Land 160m2 - Total living space 285m2 - Terrace 32m2 ; Weighted 301m2 or 8,372 euros/m2 ; Rental potential of about 7140 euros/month.
Built over 2 floors, this 1924 single property is located in the area of Plaisance. The residence is constructed on its own plot of 160m2 located 230m from Plaisance metro station (L13). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
14th Arrondissement - Located on the left bank of the Seine, the current boundaries of the 14th district dates back from 1860 and includes the legendary Montparnasse, once home to a lively arts and literature scene in the roaring 1920's. The area still retains traces of fun places like ‘Rue de la Gaîte’ with its numerous theatres. The residential district has a lot to offer with lively cafés, famous restaurants and American Bar 'La Coupole'. It also bears the name of Observatory District, rarely used these days, and includes many traditional markets such as Place Edgar Quinet or the pedestrian area or Rue Daguerre, made famous by its director resident Agnes Varda. The 14e also includes the romantic-style Parc Monstouris and the Montparnasse Cemetery home of many of France's intellectual and artistic elite as well as many graves of foreigners who have made Paris their home. You will find here the final resting place of Charles Baudelaire, Simone de Beauvoir, Samuel Beckett, Brassaï, Alfred Dreyfus, Serge Gainsbourg, Joseph Kessel, Guy de Maupassant, Philippe Noiret, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Seberg, Ossip Zadkine and many others, making it today a place of pilgrimage. This district also includes the university campus with its own metro station ‘Cité Universitaire', the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, the entrance to the famous Paris Catacombs and the Jean Moulin Museum.
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