Paris 75004 – Prestigious address on the Ile St-Louis, close to Notre Dame Cathedral, for this two bedrooms two bathroom apartment of 98m2 with 35 m2 private terrace.
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Paris 75004 - Ile Saint Louis / Notre Dame – 98sqm. Ideally located in the heart of the prestigious, renowned island in the Seine called 'Ile St Louis'. This 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a well maintained 17th century stone building.
It features a spacious main room with 5 windows looking over the Seine, an open-plan built in kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms with WC. This property is located in an exceptional and privileged historic district that feels like a small village, with its local gourmet shops, exquisite boutiques, café terraces and tree-lined river banks.
A large two bedrooms two bathrooms crossing (S/N) of 98m2 North facing the Seine River side with 5 windows, and south with a 35m2 terrace. It receive the sun almost all day lonf. Presented in perfect condition with exposed beams and a large stone pillar separating the living room from the spacious fully-equipped kitchen. From the living room, access via a sliding door to a bedroom overlooking the Seine and a bathroom with bath, shower and toilet. Also a private access to the large landscaped terrace. Separated by a common entrance of 3m2, a nice studio of 37m2. It is a spacious room with 2 windows with view over the Seine, an open small kitchen area and a bathroom with wc.
No major work, recently restored classified historical grand staircase, the magnificent facade in excellent state, but also building roooftop.
In the heart of the Notre Dame administrative district, this 17th century stone building houses 2 buildings without lift. It is erected on a plot of 471m2 located 240 meters from the station "Pont-Marie".
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.
ILE SAINT-LOUIS is a prestigious address especially with the many mansions of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 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. Very much, the neighborhood even hosted President Georges Pompidou (24, Quai de Bethune). It is crossed by its main street, St. Louis Street in the Island, and we go around by the docks.