Paris 7503, at the heart of the fashion district, 32m2 old caretaker flat +225m2 converted cellar with undeniable potential for residential (no short term rental) or commercial use on the courtyard side of a well looked after 1880 building, ideal location in coveted area of Temple-Republique
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PARIS 75003 - Marais district - 32m2 + 225m2 converted cellar (Lots 1-3) - Freehold and no entrance fees for this mixed used property with commercial or residential status situated on the ground floor of a well maintained and superbly well looked after 1880 building. This open space, in need of renovation, can be transformed into an apartment Loft Artist's studio style or ideal commercial use includes as a showroom, office recording studio, opening of a fitness centre, craftsman... This atypical space offers 32.26m2 with 2 direct entrances from the renovated paved courtyard has undeniable potential. Not licensed to serve food and drink, establishment creating noise disturbance and no short term rental. Close to all that the coveted district has to offer including Place de la Republique, Canal St Martin, Carreau du Temple venue, the very Parisian Rue René Boulanger. Current monthly charges 100 €.
Built over 7 floors, this 1880 stone built property is constructed on a plot of 397 m2, located in the area of Arts & Metiers and is situated 199m from Temple metro station (Line 3) and 319m from Republique (L5, 8, 9, 11). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
3rd Arrondissement - It is the quieter part of the medieval district of Le Marais, and one of most pleasant places to live and work in Paris. Sophisticated village, it contains several open-air markets and squares like the 'Carreau du Temple', the Garden of the 'Hôtel Salé' (Picasso Museum) or the garden 'Saint-Gilles-Grand-Veneur'. The Oldest surviving private house of Paris, built in 1407, is to be found here, along Rue de Montmorency (its first owner claimed to possess the philosopher's stone). The area includes beautiful buildings and many mansions like 'Hôtel de Montmorency', 'Hôtel de Marle' or 'Hôtel Albret'. From the 17th century, the districts is inhabited by the nobility including Madame de Sevigné, hence the name of one of its current street.