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Paris 1st (75001)- District of Châtelet/ Les Halles – 1-bedroom - 57m² - between St-Honoré street and Berger street, close to Les Halles, 1-Bedroom apartment, very bright and very quiet, oriented South-West / East, on the 1st floor with elevator including an entrance, a large living room of 33 m² with exposed beams, 3m under ceiling, and two large windows overlooking two balcony, an open fully equipped kitchen, a spacious and very quiet bedroom of 14 m² on a courtyard, a bathroom art deco style with pearly tiles and a walk-in shower "Italian style", and separate WC in a vintage style. The property is completed by a cellar of about 5 m².

Apartment ready to move in. It is bathed in light through its largely glazed facade overlooking a one-way quiet street, a rare haven of peace in this area. At the foot of the building we reach the largest set of pedestrian streets in Paris, everything is within walking distance. The surrounding streets, rue Montorgueil, rue Quincampoix and rue Tiquetonne are particularly pleasant for an improvised stroll in the neighborhood.

Property Details

Reference 89292JLE75 Price
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Bedrooms 1 bed Bathrooms 1 bath
Accommodation 58 m2 Land 0 m2 - 0 ha
Town Department Paris
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • 50km or less to airport
  • City property
Property Type
Property Features
  • Character property
  • High speed internet
Property Condition
  • Excellent condition

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Full Property Description

Additional information - The apartment benefits of the combination of the old with the comfort of the modern: double glazed windows with wooden frame, 3m under ceiling with exposed beams, a vintage floor tiling, the entire electrical system is composed by retro type switches in white porcelain, white ceramic sink in the kitchen, and a tailored dressing room, shelves and cupboards built in plain oak. The heating is electric floor and individual with independent thermostats in each room. Expenses are €151/ month and property taxes are of €820/ year.

Building – Beautiful 5-Storey building, former Villa des Arts of the 18th century (1750), completely renovated in 1997. The entrance is secured by a digital code and a nominative interphone. A bike / stroller room is available to residents. Optical fiber is accessible. No renovations work planned and / or voted for future years.

Transports - Line 1: Louvre Rivoli - Line 4: Halles - Lines 1,4,7,11,14 : Chatelet

Proximity - The district is named after the old market district of Paris, nicknamed the ‘belly of Paris’, which was subsequently transferred to Rungis in the Val-de-Marne suburb in the 1970s. Les Halles in central Paris now houses the Forum des Halles (a huge shopping centre with a 30-cinema multiplex, an indoor swimming pool and the Forum des Images cinema), several restaurants, bars and trendy shops, not to mention the world’s biggest underground station, Châtelet-Les Halles. Les Halles district is undergoing a transformation and will soon become a modern and vibrant space with a brand-new set of gardens, a bigger pedestrian area, a modernized underground station and the ongoing construction of the ‘Canopy’, a magnificent curvilinear roof inspired by the forest canopy, which will cover the new Forum des Halles.
1st arrondissement - This is the geographical centre of Paris and a haven for tourists. One of the oldest in Paris, the 1st arrondissement is located along the Right Bank of the River Seine and also includes the west end of the Île de la Cité, conquered by the Romans in 52 BC. It is the least populated of the city's arrondissements and one of the smallest by area, It is home to famous sites like the Louvre and its extensive art and artefact collection, the Jardins des Tuileries and its impeccably landscaped gardens attracting Parisians, picnickers, and art lovers, the Palais-Royal was once the seat of royal power in Paris, the Conciergerie a former palace turned prison and the magnificent Gothic style Sainte Chapelle as well as popular shopping venues like Forum Les Halles which dates back to the early Middle Ages and Rue Montorgueil, a charming pedestrian street filled with eclectic boutiques, specialty foods shops, bakers, and a fish market. Much of the remainder of the arrondissement is dedicated to business and administration and retains an atmosphere of elegance. Places to see includes Place Vendome, Pont Neuf et Pont des Arts, Ritz Hotel…

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