Two steps away from the Seine river, stunning South facing 4 bedroom brand
new property offering a total of 170 m² including a large 46.40 m² balcony bathed
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Paris 75013 - Bibliotheque François Mitterand - 123.40 m² + 46.40 m² - Nestled between the Seine and Station F, the largest startup incubator in the world, this bright and well proportioned 5th floor apartment offers 123.40 m² of living space with a large terrace 46.40 m². Very bright with all the rooms opening onto the balcony, the property includes an entrance hall overlooking a beautiful reception room ideally oriented South-West, an open American style kitchen, 2 good sized bedrooms with great clarity and a bathroom. This refined and contemporary residence is ideally located at the junction of two worlds, with the typically Parisian Haussmann atmosphere of the Jeanne d'Arc district on one side, and that of modernity, with the creative atmosphere of the new district surrounding the F. Mitterrand library. With its largely glazed facade resembling art galleries, the residence puts glass in the spotlight, offering space, volume and exceptional brightness. A unique opportunity that can also be suitable for people with disabilities and reduced mobility, the address provides access in a few minutes walk to the many cultural sites that the left bank reserves between the Gare d’Austerlitz station and the National Library of France: the Docks and the City of Fashion and Design, the space of artistic creation Les Frigos, the hall Freyssinet, the multiplex cinema MK2 Library ...
This New build residence will be ready to move in 3Q 2020 and command solicitor’s 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. The property comes with a 10 year building guarantee and a 2 years guarantee on equipment and includes as standard a floating flooring screed meeting acoustic and isophonic requirements in all apartments. The development also meets “NF Logement” eco-label quality standards, which guarantees insulation and energy efficiency current norms, helping further reduce running costs for residents. Miscellaneous : rental potential of approximately 25 €/m/month, high speed optic fiber Internet, protected by a digicode security system/videophone/reinforced landing doors for extra security, modern parquet flooring, fitted bathrooms with heated towel rails, suspended w.c., gas heating and hot water central system (CPCU), automated Domotic home system linked to your phone or tablet to facilitate your property management including lighting/heating and consumption control, easy off street parking, french windows overlooking the terrace and the green courtyard side, many custom storage cabinets and cupboards with built-in sliding doors, cellar. Spread over 4 buildings built respectively over 8, 6 or 2 floors, this new property is located in the Quartier de la Gare district. The development consists of 80 apartments is constructed on a plot of 899 m2 located 101 m from Bibliothèque François Mitterrand metro station ( RER C, L14). Walking distance to : The Seine rver, France national library, the traditional weekly food market Auguste Blanqui, la Cinémathèque française, banks of Seine river, Park Bercy, The Butte-aux- Cailles, a hilltop neighbourhood once an important area for the tannery and tissue trades, which has managed to retain much of its village ambiance, famous Art Nouveau pool & spa Butte-aux- Cailles, Place d’Italie, the square Henri Rousselle, Place Paul Verlaine, pétanque players meeting spot, Catacombs of Paris, tunnel complex of millions of skeletons, Paris Observatory, Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, hectares of gardens provided by parks like Montsouris, Kellerman or Choisy. The 13th arrondissement or “arrondissement des Gobelins" (meaning district of tapestries), on the Left Bank of the River Seine, is a relatively uncharted area of Paris that's exemplary of a shifting contemporary Paris known for it’s calm vibe, public parks, and inexpensive eateries. The area notably houses the sprawling ultramodern National Library, the Butte aux Cailles one of Paris' lesser-known neighborhoods that's beloved by locals but overlooked by tourists, with its narrow cobblestone streets featuring quirky restaurants, cafes and boutiques but lacking global chain stores, its art déco architectural heritage, and its throwback Paris ambiance, definitely a place to come if you're looking for something relatively unchartered. A lively Chinatown (one of Paris's largest, and major site for Chinese New Year celebrations in Paris) and Manufacture des Gobelins (tapestries manufacturing museum) and the modernist Place d’Italie is the site of one of the most ambitious French urban renewal projects, The district is also rapidly growing in business activity, thanks to the new business district of Paris Rive Gauche and is home to engineering graduate schools, Arts et Métiers ParisTech and Télécom ParisTech.