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Property Overview

Paris 6th - 103m2 - Situated next to Montparnasse and a short walking distance to the Luxembourg gardens is this bright and calm 3rd floor apartment in a stone building of 1900 without lift. The apartment is full of original charm with parquet flooring throughout, beautiful ceiling moldings and marble chimneys. 

It is comprised of an entrance hall leading to a spectacular 40m2 living/dining room with double exposure and 2.95m high ceilings, the living room boosts 2 floor to ceiling east facing windows while the dining room faces onto the peaceful courtyard all of which allow the whole space to be flooded with light. Both bedrooms are large and luminous and lead off from the lounge area. There is a good sized fully fitted kitchen and large family bathroom. There is also a separate toilet and plenty of useful storage. The area that this apartment is situated in is vibrant and picturesque with an array of historical monuments only a stones throw from the apartment and many cafes, restaurants and shops all close by.

Property Details

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Reference 81430ZDV75 Price

agency fees included: 2.6694045174538 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€1 071 400 without fees)
Bedrooms 2 bed Bathrooms 1 bath
Accommodation 104 m2 Land 0 m2 - 0 ha
Town Department Paris
  • City property
Property Type
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
Property Features
  • Character property
  • Mains Drains
Property Condition
  • Good condition

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Full Property Description

Miscellaneous : Superbly looked after and ready to move in. Situated on the third floor of 6, double glazing throughout and individual gas heating. Digital entry code system, reinforced door, high speed fibre optic internet, service charge € 220 per month including cold water and electricity, property tax € 1000/ year. 

Walking distance to : Montparnasse tower, Cartierfoundation of contemporary art, the Luxembourg gardens, the Bon Marche, the Sorbonne, Saint Germain des Pres 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.

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