Between Saint Sulpice and the covered market Saint-Germain, a bright apartment of 62m2 - 1/2 Bedrooms, double exposure street and quiet courtyard, East / West facing on the 4th floor without lift of a well maintained 17th century building
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Paris 6th - 62m2 - 1/2 bedrooms, A bright double exposure apartment in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés, Mabillon, Odeon, rue Princesse. Exceptionally located close to the Market Saint Germain, It is composed as an entrance, an independent kitchen, a bedroom with its private bathroom, a shower room with toilet included and a double room where it is possible to make a second room. Exposé East / West, the apartment is bright and quiet located on the 4th floor without elevator of a building of the 17th century in perfect condition.
Miscellanous: Crossing on quiet street and courtyard, a beautiful secure building (Vigic + digicode and armored door), with cable, individual gas heating, no condominium works voted or planned, charge about 190 € / month, including water cold and maintenance of the common parts, property tax 1300 € / year. First acquisition ideal / pied-à-terre or furnished rental investment of about 2500 € / month or seasonal rental in high season. 17th century building of 5 floors on ground floor, on a plot of 107 m2, 200 m from the metro station Mabillon (L10).
Close to: The Saint-Sulpice Church, The Saint-Germain Church, Saint-Germain covered market, cinemas, swimming pool, restaurants, shops, Odeon theater, the Luxembourg Garden is a 10-minute walk away. Near Sciences-Po Paris, St-Michel and the universities (Sorbonne, Medicine, Pharmacy, Assas), the Pont des Arts, the Pont Neuf, the Louvre Museum, the Ile de la Cité and the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the district of ."Marais".
6th arrondissement, and particularly the Saint Germain-des-Prés district, the "Rive Gauche", as the parisians call it, is known as emblematic places of revolutionary intellectualism. It is also the heart of Parisian elegance and refinement. There are elitist art galleries and some of the finest restaurants in the world according to some, famous fashion boutiques, literary cafes. Combining grandiose architecture, imposing and old houses, verdant terraces, the neighborhood includes world-renowned educational institutions such as the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and the Académie française, the French Senate, as well as some The most famous monuments of Paris such as the Saint-Germain abbey, the Saint-Sulpice church, the Pont des Arts and the Jardin du Luxembourg.