- APARTMENT in PARIS €815,000
- 52 m2
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Between Boulevard St-Germain and the Seine River, stylish South-East facing 1 bedroom apartment in a bright & elegant new development
Paris 5th - Latin Quarter - A high-end 1 bedroom apartment in an impressive new development with lift, offering the comfort of a new build in the historical and vibrant surroundings of the city’s famous Latin Quarter. The bright and well-proportioned apartment, is situated on the 1st floor and offer 51.83 m² of living space. The property, ready to move in March 2019 comprises an entrance hall, leading through to a large open-plan sitting room and kitchen, with floor-to-ceiling bow-windows that flood the room with light. Off the sitting room is the bright, spacious bedroom, also with a generously sized window with "Juliet" balcony. The properties include a bathroom with WC, an additional independent WC and an optional parking space for 50,000 € extra. Part of a beautiful residence with an elegant and modern facade, a stone’s throw from the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral, 10 minutes on foot, the Seine, this prestigious new address is situated in one of the oldest districts of the city, placing its residents at the heart of Paris.
08700 11 51 51 (uk) or +33 (0)5 53 60 84 88 (int)
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New build properties in France command notary fees of just 2.5% of the purchase price (instead of the standard 7% for all other buildings), resulting in significant savings in the buying process. Each apartment comes with a 10 year building guarantee and a 2 year guarantee on equipment. The development also meets (NF) Logement eco-label quality standards, which guarantees that it meets insulation and energy efficiency norms, helping further reduction of running cost for residents.
Centrally situated, the Latin Quarter is served by an excellent metro and bus network, making travel in and around the capital easy. Cardinal Lemoine station (line 10) is just outside the building (Cluny La Sorbonne in 3 minutes) and Jussieu station, (Line 7) is just a 5 minute walk away with an 11mn journey to Opéra and 8 min to the Louvre museum. Located on the same road where celebrated American novelist Ernest Hemingway first made his home in the city, around the corner from Boulevard Saint-Germain and Île de la Cité, an impressive gated entrance decorated with trees and foliage welcomes residents and guests into this beautiful new development.
Miscellaneous : Ready to move in Q1 2019, off-plan prices is 865.000 € including underground parking space valued at 50.000 €, 1st floor of 7 floors, secure building equipped with electronic key/digital entry code system and video phone for visitors, reinforced door with video-phone and digital entry code system, lift, high speed fibre optic internet, oak parquet flooring, many custom storage cabinets and cupboards with built-in sliding doors, bicycle and pushchairs storage room, furnished rental potential is approximately 1,700 € per calendar month or weekly rental potential in holiday season.
Walking distance to : 11th & 6th & 4th arrondissement, Cathedral Notre de Paris, Ile de la Cité & Ile Saint-Louis, Université Pierre et Marie Curie & Paris Sorbonne, Panthéon secular mausoleum, College de France, Place de la Contrescarpe, Quai de la Tournelle & banks of the Seine river, Mouffetard street market and its hilly residential surrounding, Jardin des Plantes & Jardins du Luxembourg, the popular theatres and concert venues of the Latin Quarter, Cluny & Louvre museum, National History museum, Arabic institute, Arene de Lutece, Lycee Henry IV, Ministere de l’Education National, traditional market square of Place Monge, Bastille and Gare d’Austrelitz.
5th Arrondissement - The historic heart of the Latin Quarter has been a center of scholarship and intellectual achievement for centuries and takes its name from the Sorbonne, where Latin was the common tongue for all students during the Middle Ages. Traces of the area's past survive in such sites as the Arènes de Lutèce, a Roman amphitheatre, and the Thermes de Cluny, a Roman thermae. It remains a major draw card thanks to sights such as the Pantheon, the Sorbonne University, the botanical gardens known as the Jardin des Plantes. The neighbourhood has a vibrant yet intimate feel and students mix freely with professionals in its winding streets. The market street of Rue Mouffetard is a primary artery where shops, international restaurants, bars and cafes are found.
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