Superb 4 bedrooms family apartment of 161 m2, very bright and quiet, on rhe 3rd floor with lift, in the famous "Rue de la Pompe" area.
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Paris 16th - Pompe / Trocadéro district - Bright and quiet apartment of 161 m ² / 160,77 m ² Carrez, East-West exposure, on the 3rd floor with elevator. Compromising: an entrance, a wide living/dining room of 45m ² with even a view on the Eiffel Tower, a large fully equipped independent kitchen with its dining area, a master suite with its bathroom and WC, 3 bedrooms, a second bathroom + WC, and a shower room and WC. The property is completed by a 10 m ² cellar, secured by an armored door. Possibility to acquire a parking box of 13.5 m ² in the second basement of the building with direct access by elevator - price to negociate.
Additional information - The apartment is very functional, with a dressing area and many closets and storage facilities in all rooms. Heating is provided by a common boiler fueled by gas. Monthly charges are € 800 / month, including hot water and heating, and property taxes are € 1 100 / year.
Building - Six floor building built in 1975 with only one apartment per floor. It is ideally located behind the town hall of the 16th arrondissement, giving on one side on a quiet street and on the other side on a private garden. The condominium benefits from the services of a full-time concierge. The entrance is secured by a digital code and a nominative interphone. The fiber is accessible in the building. A special space dedicated to bicycles and strollers is arranged at the entrance. No refreshing/ renovation work planned and / or voted for the next years.
Transports - Metro line 9: Rue de la Pompe station - Line 6: Trocadéro station - Bus: 63, 52 and 22
Proximity - Many famous shops, prestigious public and private schools (Janson de Sailly, Franklin, The Tower, future American school)
16th Arrondissement - With its ornate 19th century buildings, large avenues, prestigious schools and various parks, the district has long been known as one of French high society's favorite places of residence, comparable to New York's Upper East Side or London's Kensington and Chelsea. It is an elegant area of Paris which houses important museums such as the Claude Monet Museum and the Palais de Tokyo. In addition to quiet and charming neighborhoods around Village de Passy and Place Victor Hugo, it offers upscale shopping and Place du Trocadero offers a splendid view of the Eiffel Tower from its trendy cafes. Roland Garros Stadium, where the French Open tennis championship is held, and the Bois de Boulogne, the second-largest public park in Paris, is also located in this arrondissement.