Well renovated and luminous 29m2 studio minutes away from the Luxembourg Gardens, ideal pied a terre or investment property.
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75006 - UNDER OFFER CONTACT 09.06 - Luxembourg - 29m2 - Situated in a well maintained 1800s building only 250m from the glorious Luxembourg Gardens this bright and welcoming studio has been renovated to a very high standard. Due to the property being set back from the road it is very quiet and calm, and it's west facing position means that it is bathed in light for most of the day. Close to many cafes and restaurants this attractive studio includes a bright living room / bedroom, a fully equipped open planned kitchen and a newly refurbished shower room and toilet. The apartment is a fantastic find and all you need to do is bring your bags as all work is complete including a new boiler which has just been installed. There are many custom storage cabinets and built in cupboards. Every available space in the studio has been used effectively. A real must see.
Miscellaneous : The property is on the second floor of 4 and there are in total 8 apartments. The main building is secure with 2 reinforced doors and a digital entry code system. The property benefits from high speed fibre optic internet, a smoke detector and individual electric heating system. There are no building renovations voted or planned for. The service charge is 110€ / month including cold water and 750 € / year land tax. Service bills are approx. 70 euros/month.
Due to it's close proximity to the Luxembourg Gardens, The French Alliance and also many other universities and schools this well presented studio is a great investment and has produced a healthy rental income for the current owner. On average the charges have been - Furnished rental potential approximately 1,200 € / month or with Airbnb at between €80 - €100 pernight.
Walking distance : The Luxembourg Gardens, the Pantheon, Montparnasse tower, Bon Marche department store, Cluny museum, Sorbonne university, Montparnasse cemetery
6th Arrondissement - Once the hangout for bohemians and intellectuals, the Saint-Germain-des-Pres district is well known for its beautiful architecture, café culture, trendy boutiques, art galleries and the revolutionary intellectualism and literature it has hosted. This arrondissement has long been home to French intelligentsia and is a major hub for Art galleries and one of the most fashionable districts of Paris as well as its most expensive area. It includes world famous educational institutions such as the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris and the Academie francaise, the French Senate as well as some of Paris most famous monuments including Saint-Germain Abbey, St-Sulpice Church, Le Pont des Arts and Jardins du Luxembourg.