Close to Notre Dame and the Fontaine Saint-Michel, a quiet duplex entirely renovated of 72m2 - 2 bedrooms with terraces, 2,85m high under ceiling, old charm, triple exposure, in the heart of the Latin quarter. School sectorization Collège Henri IV.
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Paris 75005 - 72m2 - 2 bedrooms, 500 m from Notre-Dame de Paris, the banks of the Seine, enjoy the animation while being quiet for this super duplex reversed beams with exposed oak flooring and tiles, with lots of storage. Triple exposure N / E / S in an old building dating from the 17th century well maintained on quiet courtyard. On 2 levels, 1st and 2nd floor composed on the 2nd floor, an entrance, a living room with new US kitchen and an authentic bar, and a separate toilet. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms each with a small terrace (4m2 and 8m2 private use), a bathroom with Jacuzzi and a second toilet included. The apartment could benefit from a little more light, but the quality of the apartment, the exceptional location, the surface and the calm more than make up for it. Because of its exceptional location, this duplex is also an excellent rental investment. Very nice school map, sectorized the famous Collège Henri IV.
Miscellaneous: Secured building (Vigic + digicode and armored door), high speed internet, individual gas heating. No condominium work planned or voted. Condominium charges are 265 € / month including cold water and maintenance of communal areas, 800 € / year property tax. Possibility to rent furnished about 3100 € / month or weekly rental in high season. This Building of the 5-storey was built in the 17th century and comprises 10 apartments, on the ground floor, on a plot of 138 m2 located 220 m from the metro station Saint-Michel (L4), 950m from the metro Cluny (L10). At 220m from the RER (B) St Michel / Notre-Dame. Ideally located, the Latin Quarter is served by an excellent metro and bus network, which makes it easy to travel to and around the capital.
Close to: Limit with the 4th, 6th and 1st arrondissement. A few steps away from the Ile de la Cité and the Ile Saint-Louis, the Arab world institute, the Cluny museum, the Lutece arena, the traditional market of Place Monge. The Queen Elizabeth II Flower Market, the Conciergerie, the Sainte Chapelle, the Louvre Museum, the Pont des Arts, the Pont Neuf, the Latin Quarter, the Saint-Germain des Prés district, the Sorbonne in Paris, the Pantheon, Place de la Contrescarpe, the Rue Mouffetard market and its hilly residences, the Jardin du Luxembourg and the Jardin des Plantes. It is full of small theaters and the cinema of Art and Essay and for the pleasure of the taste buds, a host of bistros.
5th arrondissement: Borough of heritage, art and culture. It is the oldest district of Paris. It encompasses much of the Latin Quarter. There are the oldest remains of the capital, ruins of the Gallo-Roman period or the medieval period (Cluny Baths, the Lutetia Arena). The 5th arrondissement has managed to preserve its heritage throughout the ages and highlight it to boost tourism and respect a duty of memory. Quartier-musée, the 5th, is also the emblematic place of Paris Students. The large student population of the university sector (Jussieu, Sorbonne, Panthéon polytechnique, Normale sup ...) brings real dynamism to the borough.