- APARTMENT in PARIS €1,911,000 €1,855,000
- 175 m2
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Beautiful 4-bedroom family apartment of 175 sqm and 44 sqm of landscaped terraces, at the 8th floor wit lift, bright and quiet, with an open view on the roofs of Paris at the edge of the Bois de Vincennes.
Paris 12th - Bercy / Charenton district - Beautiful courtyard family apartment, of 175.12 sqm Carrez, bright and very quiet, oriented Southwest/ East, without vis-à-vis, at the 8th floor with elevator of a nice modern residence, consisting of a 60 sqm living / dining room accessing directly to 32 sqm landscaped terrace with automatic watering and Led lighting, an independent and fully equipped 22 sqm kitchen accessing to a 12 sqm balcony planted with greenery and benefiting also from an automatic watering and led lighting , 4 bedrooms, a small office, a bathroom, a shower room, and 2 independent WC. The property is completed by a cellar of approximately 6m². Possibility of acquiring a double parking / box for 40K extra within the residence.
08700 11 51 51 (uk) or +33 (0)5 53 60 84 88 (int)
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Additional information - The apartment is particularly bright, with a triple exposure East-South-West, and large double-glazed windows/ French windows in all rooms and an access to the terraces from all major living spaces. Electric shutters are installed on all glazed windows/ French windows. The living room is equipped with a home theater equipment with built-in projector. The heating is oil fueled and provided by the residence. Expenses are of €750/ month and property taxes are of €2 070/ year.
Building - Beautiful modern residence of 9 floors built in 1975. The residence is very well maintained and includes many green spaces. The optical fiber is accessible. The entrance is secured by a digital code. The residence benefits from the services of a permanent concierge. No renovation planned and / or voted for future years.
Transports - Line 6: Dugommier - Ligne 8: Porte Charenton/ Michel Bizot - Tram 3a: Charenton - Bus: 29, 46, 64 et 87
Proximity - For those traveling around the city, a few minutes from the building there is metro line 6 (Nation-Charles de Gaulle-Etoile/Arc de Triomphe) and line 8 (Créteil-Balard); Odéon and Boulevard Saint Germain are 28 min away; 27 min for Gare Saint- Lazare Haussmann Shopping mecca; Le Marais and Père Lachaise Cemetery are 15 min away; you can easily reach Nation and Bastille in 6 min, 7min to Gare de Lyon, Châtelet in 8 min, Denfert-Rochereau and Château de Vincennes in 12 min and 24 min for La Défense (RER A à Nation). A stone’s throw away from bus lines 29 (Porte de Montempoivre), 46 (Château de Vincennes) et 64 Gambetta-Place d’Italie) . For Paris resident only, within 100m two Velib stations (citycycle scheme) & one Autolib station (city electric car scheme)in less than 200 m. Walking distance to : easy access to Bois Vincennes, the largest public park in the city, created between 1855 and 1866 by the Emperor Napoleon III, Daumesnil Lake, Bercy and Reuilly Islands, river bank of the Seine river, Promenade Plantée Park and its green belt, Public Swimming Pool Jean Boiteux (Reuilly), Reuilly - Paul Pernin Garden, Square Jean Morin, Bercy rail station, Bercy Park, Cinémathèque Française - Popular film museum with screenings, Movie Theater UGC Ciné Cité Bercy, and, just across the Seine, National Library of France - François Mitterrand, Pavilions of Bercy - Fairground museum in an old wine hall, Rothschild Hospital and Armand Trousseau University Hospital, Paul Dukas Conservatory, Place de la Nation.
Park - The Bois de Vincennes is the capital's second largest 'green lung', after the Bois de Boulogne. It is located in the east of Paris, on the edge of the 12th arrondissement. Many organizations based in the Bois de Vincennes enable visitors to find out more about the wood and get a closer look at its wildlife; the École du Breuil and its arboretum, the Jardin d'agronomie tropicale, the Ferme de Paris, the Maison Paris Nature, ornithological reserves, etc. The Chateau de Vincennes, a magnificent example of medieval architecture, remains the wood's most notable monument, open every day. There are plenty of chances to relax, have fun or play sport. The Parc Floral is a family paradise with its play areas, including 18-hole mini golf, slides and ping-pong tables. The Parc Floral also offers many free events, especially in the summer; Paris Jazz Festival, the 'Pestacles' festival, Festival Classique au Vert ... On one of the lakes, visitors can go for a boat ride, and fans of horse racing can bet at the racecourse. The Bois de Vincennes is an unmissable place to explore on foot, by bike, alone, as a couple, with friends or as a family!
12th arrondissement - This arrondissement has been totally revitalized and is now the new, trendy spot in Paris for the younger crowd and considered by many to be the “New Saint-Germain”. Located on the Right Bank, it is best known for the Bois de Vincennes reached by an elevated greenbelt promenade that stretches for almost 3 miles from Place de la Bastille and built on a defunct railway. Here you will find several artist’s workshops as well as trendy eateries, galleries and boutiques – a must visit for anyone interested in art and design. The area also includes the world-famous Opera de la Bastille and the unavoidable Parc and Village de Bercy, a 26-acre landscaped parks that infuse this area with new life and excitement. The perfect place to take an afternoon walk on one end or find the largest Paris indoor arena (stadium and concert hall), restaurants, a plethora of stylish boutiques and cinemas at the other end. The district main sights and attractions includes a breath-taking Art Deco structure, the 'Palais de la Porte Dorée' built for the 1931 Colonial Exhibition (it houses the national immigration museum and an impressive aquarium), the Bois de Vincennes Buddhist Temple and the lake with small islands and rowing boat, the trendy district of Faubourg Saint-Antoine, the Picpus Cemetery were the French revolution Guillotine was standing, and the historic Gare de Lyon train station, site of the acclaimed Belle Époque restaurant ‘Le Train Bleu’.
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