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Property Overview

Paris 75004 - Ideally located on Quai de Seine, in the heart of the most exquisite district of Ile Saint Louis/Notre Dame. Offering 60 m2 living space (60,64sqm, Carrez law). This valuable apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a well maintained 17th century stone building. It features a spacious main room with 2 windows on the Seine, an opened built in kitchen a bedroom, a bedroom with view on the River and a full bathroom with WC.

This property located in an exceptional and privileged historic district that lives like a village, with its local gourmet shops, exquisite boutiques, café terraces and tree-lined river banks.

Property Details

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Reference 88917CCH75 Price
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Bedrooms 1 bed Bathrooms 1 bath
Accommodation 60 m2 Land 0 m2 - 0 ha
Town Department Paris
  • City property
Property Type
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
Property Features
  • Character property
  • Electricity on site
  • Water on site
Property Condition
  • Excellent condition

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Full Property Description

60,64m ² (Carrez law), apartment with 3 windows on the Seine and on the same level, a large private terrace of 35m2, lighting the apartment from both sides and offering lovely views. It is bathed in sunshine nearly all day. It is presented in perfect condition with exposed beams and a large stone pillar separating the living room from the spacious fully equipped kitchen. An access via a sliding door to the bedroom with views over the Seine and to a bathroom with bathtub, shower and WC. No major work, recently restored classified historic grand staircase. The magnificent facade is in excellent condition, as is the roof.

Near: Notre Dame, Louvre Museum, Opera Bastille, Place des Vosges, Marais District, Pompidou Center, Museum of Natural History, Carnavalet Museum, Picasso Museum, weekly market of the Bastille.
Saint-Louis is, with the Ile de la Cité, one of the two natural islands of the Seine present today in Paris. Its name dates from 1725 and comes from King Louis IX nicknamed Saint Louis. Legend has it that the king used to isolate himself and come to pray on the Isle of Cows which was at the time on the eastern part of the island today. It is a small jewel of architecture that perfectly embodies a certain French way of life and represents the image of the city of light. It is a prestigious address where there are many seventeenth and eighteenth century mansions.

Connected to the rest of Paris by six bridges, Île Saint-Louis is nonetheless a very peaceful place, sheltered from the noise and the surrounding bustle. Behind the anonymous intercoms, reside political and media personalities. The neighbourhood even hosted President Georges Pompidou (24, Quai de Bethune). The island is crossed by its main street, St. Louis Street which continues round to the docks.

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