Paris 75018/17 Completely redone by an interior designer in 2014, double exposure (S-SE/W) for this amazing top floor 3beds family apartment of 107 sq m of bright & atypical living space with unobstructed views of Paris roofs & La Défense , in a sought-after and up-and-coming neighborhood. For light lovers
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Paris 75018/17 - La Fourche - Clichy / Montmartre / Batignolles - 107 m² - Rare opportunity to enjoy the “on top of the world” feeling everyday and with the advantage of no vis-a-vis, this atypical 4 rooms apartment of 107 sq m, on the 6th and last floor of a “Paris stone” building of the early ‘20ies (possibility elevator) gets its charm from beautiful volumes, brightness and an unobstructed view, the main rooms overlooking several courtyards and a quiet street. Completely redone by an interior designer in 2014, it is a family apartment very pleasant to live in thanks to its ideal distribution: children vs adult areas - the two children's rooms of 14m² and 16m² are on one side of the entrance, away from the living room and parental bedroom (20m²). From the large entrance hall, à corridor leads us to à made to measure modern island kitchen fully fitted with high-end equipment (volcanic stone and wood, Smeg appliances) and continues with the sunny living and dining space with à beautiful library and piano corner, ending up in the bright and calm master bedroom. Superb S-SE orientation everywhere + W for 2 bedrooms, large windows in all rooms, including the separate toilet and the bathroom ( with bath tube). Cupboards, wardrobes and custom storage are all over and another 22 sq m of storage space are available in the 2 cellars that complete this amazing property. Located on the border between the 17th and 18th arrondissements, the property offers a rare and exceptional situation in the heart of an effervescent, very Parisian neighborhood which was the favorite place of the 19th century romantics, walking distance to the bustling districts of Batignolles, Clichy and Montmartre which have retained the charm of yesteryear with their small cobblestone streets, numerous theaters and music halls and cinemas. Even La Défense is 30 min on scooter:-). For light and calm lovers on rooftop of Paris: a must see!
Miscellaneous: Recently renovated (2014), well looked after and ready to move in, ideal double exposure S-SE/W, recent kitchen and bathroom, large French double glazed windows overlooking Paris rooftops, original oak parquet flooring, many custom storage cabinets, top floor of six, two apartments on the floor, secure building with two access codes, digital entry code system, reinforced door, building management contract, high speed optic fibre internet, individual gas heating system, freehold, partial building renovation voted and payed, parking places to rent available in the close neighborhood for 100-120€/month, 2,200 € / year service charge including cold water and general property management , 1,500 € / year land tax, rental potential approximately 2,350 €/month or weekly vacation rentals in high season (currently in Airbnb for 220 € / day).
Built over 6 floors, this 1910 property is situated in the Grandes Carrieres / Epinettes district includes 11 apartments. The property is built on a plot of 347 m2 located 32m from La Fourche metro station, the nearest one.
Walking distance to: Villa des Arts (19th Century Art & Crafts), Magnum photo agency, Le Bal (exhibition space/art gallery), College Auguste Renoir, bohemian Bistrot La Karambole, Montmartre and its hilly residential streets, Square & Park Batignolles, Park Martin Luther King, Place de Clichy, the popular theatres and concert venues of Boulevard Clichy, the Moulin Rouge cabaret, Cimetière de Montmartre, the Sacré-Coeur basilica, Moulin de la Galette, Place du Tertre, amenities of Place des Abbesses and the famous market Rue Lepic and its Café des Deux Moulins,, Montmartre Museum, metro line 13.
The 18th arrondissement located on the Right Bank of the Seine river, is one of the most popular areas of Paris, hosting the district of Montmartre, which contains a hill dominated by the Sacré Cœur basilica, as well as the famous Moulin Rouge. Thanks to its sweeping viewpoints, art-drenched history and charming, village-like streets, the district attracts many visitors and colorful street artists. Some of the world’s greatest artists lived here, notably van Gogh, Picasso, Matisse, Max Jacob, Utrillo and Renoir. In 2012 John Henley of The Guardian said the 18th arrondissement was ‘comparable in many ways to London's Tower Hamlets’. Countless articles have been written about what's hip, new and happening about this fading Red Light district slowly replaced by a BoBo crowd (bourgeois bohemian). The area main sights and attractions includes the Montmartre Neighborhood, Montmartre Cemetery, Place des Tertres, Le Moulin de la Galette (real windmill and the subject of a painting of the same name by Renoir), Dali Museum, ‘Little Jaffna’ Sri Lankan district,… The 17th district is a somewhat upscale area that combines quiet upper-middle class neighborhoods near the Arc de Triomphe and Parc Monceau and spots such as Place de Clichy, former stomping grounds frequented by 19th century artists and writers including Emile Zola and Edouard Manet and where artists of the Ecole des Batignolles such as Pissarro, Renoir, and Degas (known today as the Impressionists) used to live and socialise. It recently became a trendy district for young créateurs and artists, a sign of great things to come for the Batignolles district.