Magnificent 2 bedroom, 99m2 apartment, in a 1896 Hotel Particulier in one of Paris' most prestigious addresses, 700m from Parc Monceau. Possibility to purchase additional 59m2 of space.
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Paris 17th - AVAILABLE - Monceau - 5min from the entrance to the 17th Century Parc Monceau, bright and well distributed family apartment offering 99m2 of living space on the ground floor of a well looked after 1896 hotel particulier building with live in caretaker and lift.
There is also the opportunity with this property to purchase the 59m2 of cellars directly beneath the apartment at a cost of €99 000. The owners have had a quote for the structural part of the work including the purchasing and fitting of the staircase between the apartment and the downstairs of €84 000. With an expectation of spending another €1000-1500 to obtain a finished product. The plans were to incorporate a cellar and a huge master suite and office. In it's current condition this apartment which is full of original features offers volume and opulence, including a spacious and welcoming lobby with storage space, leading to a sunny west facing double living/dining room, followed by a lovely fully equipped kitchen which can be shut off from the living room area. The very distinct night corner comprises of a hall with built in storage leading to the master bedroom facing onto the rear courtyard, an en suite bathroom, 1 further bedroom which has a mezzanine level, 1 shower room and a separate w.c. A large cellar in the basement complete this property which offers a wonderful home in a very changing neighborhood with its local shops and its must have Cafés, bistro as well as gourmet cuisine, or cocktail and brunch destination, all 2 steps away from Parc Monceau and close to everything Paris has to offer.
Miscellaneous : There is the opportunity to obtain separately an additional space of 59m2 directly underneath the apartment in the cellars. The owners have had plans and invoices to convert this into a sub duplex which would give a total of 158m2 of living space over the 2 floors.
Superbly looked after and ready to move in, West facing living room on the street side, recent kitchen and many custom storage cabinets and cupboards, situated on the ground floor of 6, working fireplace and 3.70m high ceilings, 24/7 live in caretaker, digital entry code system, reinforced door, high speed fibre optic internet, bike storage in the courtyard, service charge € 590 / quarter including water + lift + caretaker, property tax € 1200 / year, 1 apartment per floor except 2 on the ground floor.
Located in the administrative area of Plaine Monceau, this 6 storey building was built in 1896, with a total of 7 apartments. It is built on a plot of 332m2 and is situated 160m from Courcelles metro (line 2) and 450m from Ternes station (line 2)
Walking distance to: Parc Monceau, Place des Ternes, Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysee, Swedish Church, National Music School of Paris, Salle Pleyel concert hall, Place des Ternes, pedestrian shopping street of Rue Levis, Japanese Embassy and Consulate of Portugal, metro line 2 | 3.
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 a mixed of office and residential areas; more Haussmannian in style in the south-western part, an area mostly occupied by young families or couples; a former industrial district gone residential in the north-eastern part, 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 sign of great things to come for the Batignolles district. It is an interesting area to explore for those looking to escape the souvenir shops and includes Le Marché des Batignolles, a popular covered market, the place to go 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, 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. After you’ve gotten some fresh air, 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.