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PARIS 75017 - 3BED (4/5 ROOMS) | 105m2 weighted (76.32m2 + 44m2 terraces) | see 360, video and map | Perfect harmony between nature and the colourful life of a Parisian “village” with its own warm atmosphere. This bright and peaceful apartment is double exposed, NW/SE and is superbly distributed with a welcoming entrance, a large living room (37m2) that includes a dining room with an equipped open kitchen and a lounge with a working fireplace and a balcony that is shared with the master bedroom (11.43m2) - en-suite with bath and WC. A 2nd bedroom (10.70m2), a 3rd bedroom (9.47m2), a 2nd bathroom, an independent toilet and a Parisian cellar (8m2) all complete this property which reflects the expression "La campagne à Paris”. Ideally nestled in the heart of the lively district of Les Batignolles. Located on the 1st floor, raised on the garden side with a large bay window, security glass, 3 sliding panels providing exceptional clarity and overlooking the wonderful terrace, idea for an al fresco family meal, with 3 quality double glazed windows on the street side of this small condominium dating from 1920, very well-maintained strategically located a stone’s throw from the new Palais de Justice. This apartment is bathed in light through its largely glazed façade and offers a rare haven of peace in the heart of one of the Parisian districts that has retained the charm of yesteryear with small cobbled streets, local shops, and explosion of culture thanks to the covered market and the unmissable cafes, cocktails, brunch, bistro cuisine or gastronomy, all within a stone's throw to Parc Batignolles and Martin Luther-King park.



Property Details

Reference 102627JRI75 Price
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Bedrooms 3 bed Bathrooms 2 bath
Accommodation 76 m2 Land 0 m2 - 0 ha
Town Department Paris
Location
  • City property
Property Type
Property Features
  • Double glazing
  • High speed internet
Property Condition
  • Good condition

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Full Property Description

Area: total 120.55m2 - Carrez law 76.30m2 - Terrace 34.20m2 – Balcony 10.35m2 - Weighted 105.80m2; 12,759 Euros/m2 ; Cave 8m2 (valued at 1500 euros/m2) Furnished rental potential of about 3000 euros/month – 2.67% return; Apartment lots no35 + cellar no32 – Total fees = 1162/10601

Miscellaneous: renovated in 2018 and ready to move in, double exposure NW/SE facing, 3 French windows overlooking the street side and large bay windows leading to the balcony and private terrace, ceiling height 2.70m, includes working fireplace and parquet floor, custom storage cabinets and cupboards, 1st floor of 5, 1 apartment per floor, secure building with Vigic + digicode, intercom and armoured door, high speed fibre optic internet, possible parking spot, individual heating system, 330 € / month service charge, 850 € / year property tax, service bills of approx. 70 € /month, no co-ownership works voted or planned, façade and gable on courtyard renovated in 2014, façade on road discussed and works (approx.. 30K€ or 3,300€ quote park) to be planned in the future, ideal first acquisition / pied-à-terre or investment, can be suitable for the liberal professions without noise pollution.

Built over 5 floors, this 1920 building, located in the district of Batignolles, houses 2 buildings without elevators and has 12 apartments. The residence is constructed on a plot of 435m2 located 300m from Brochant metro station (L13) and 490m from Pont Cardinet station (Transilien J & L Saint-Lazare). 400m to self-service bike system Velib.

17th Arrondissement - The 17th district is a somewhat upscale area that combines quiet upper-middle class neighbourhoods near the Arc de Triomphe and Parc Monceau and spots such as Place de Clichy, former stomping grounds frequented by 19th century artists and writers including Emile Zola and Edouard Manet and where artists of the Ecole des Batignolles such as Pissarro, Renoir, and Degas (known today as the Impressionists) used to live and socialise. Situated on the right bank of the River Seine, the relatively quiet arrondissement is now experiencing a marked gentrification process. The neighbourhood hasn’t quite made it onto the average sightseeing itinerary but has recently become a
trendy district for young ‘créateurs’ and artists, a good sign for the Batignolles district. It is an interesting area to explore with Le Marché des Batignolles, a popular covered market, good for organic produce, artisanal breads, fresh fish and high-quality meat. La Cité des Fleurs, an oasis of elegant, 19th-century townhouses with private gardens and a cobblestoned lane is a lovely walk on a sunny afternoon. Just behind is the Square des Batignolles, a romantic-style garden built in the late 1800s, offers a duck pond, children’s playgrounds and gently rolling paths for strolling. The Park Martin Luther King, the newest green space will eventually cover 10.8 hectares and includes state-of-the-art recreational facilities. Then head to the Jean-Jacques Henner Museum to see world-class art in a 19th century mansion. End your exploration with a stroll down Cour St-Pierre, a passage of old horse stables converted into artists’ studios and pretty gardens or head to the Palais des Congrès of Paris, which is a large convention centre and concert venue.

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