A few steps from the garden of the Royal Palace and the covered passages, 69m2 - 2 bedrooms, a family apartment well laid out, in good condition, on the 1st floor with lift of a well maintained building.
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Paris 75002 - 69m2 - 2 bedrooms, Rue du Mail, family apartment calm and well distributed, consisting of a double living room, 2 bedrooms with exposed beams, a bathroom and toilet included on the 1st floor with lift on quiet courtyard. In a very central district, ideal family, beautiful school map close to the rue Montorgueil and the jardin of the Royal Palace. Exceptional location, in an exclusive area
Miscellanous: Secure building (Vigic + digicode and security door), with lift, guardian, fibre optics, individual electric heating, no condominium works voted or planned, co-ownership charge of 158 € / month including water, elevator and guardian, property tax about 746 € / year, investment with rental potential furnished about 2500 € / month or seasonal rental in high season.
Down the Quartier Montorgueil, this 5-storey + ground floor building was built in the 18th century, erected on a plot of 591 m2 located 400m from the metro station Sentier (L3) and 400m from the station Bourse (L3). Close to: the garden of the Palais Royal, Galerie Vivien, Rue Sainte-Anne, museums the National Library of France, Richelieu, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Grévins Museum, Perfume Fragonard Museum Paris, National Theatre of the Opéra-Comique Shopping Montorgueil district with cafes, restaurants, small shops selling fresh food or wine. Limit with the 1st, 3rd and 4th district on the South side and with the 9th and 10th arrondissement on the North side.
The 2nd arrondissement of Paris, located on the right bank of the Seine, also sometimes called "Arrondissement of the Bourse", is particularly known for its many remarkable architectural monuments: Place des Victoires with an equestrian statue of Louis XIV, Notre Dame des Victoires, 17th century church, The Jean-sans-Peur Tower, one of the last remaining vestiges of medieval Paris, Palais Brongniart (Paris Stock Exchange) former residence of the Paris Stock Exchange.
This arrondissement includes several "Passages", Vivienne Gallery, the passage Choiseul, Galerie Colbert, the passage of Princes, Grand Cerf, Cairo, Lemoine, Jouffroy, Basfour, Bourg-l'Abbé, and the passage of Ponceau , narrow galleries crossing a block of buildings from side to side and connecting two parallel streets. Charming, the smallest district, inspires the idealised Parisian life.