Ideally located in the heart of the mostly residential and highly sought after location of Ile St Louis which is an exceptional and privileged historic district, that has the feeling of a small village, with its local-gourmet shops, exquisite boutiques, café terraces and tree-lined river banks.
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The apartment is exceptionally exposed; facing the river, numerous historical monuments and Ile de la Cité. It has 7 large casement windows and is beautifully spacious. The living area includes 3 rooms with 6 windows overlooking the Seine.
The floors are original 17th Century Burgundy tiles with “cabochons” and a marble chimney adorns the living room. The separated bedroom offers a view over the River. The apartment also it features a fully equipped kitchen and an Italian marble bathroom. The whole, in excellent condition.
The property is situated on the fourth floor in a 5 storey building, (2 apartments on each floor), with a southerly orientation. A secure building (with digicode and caretaker). Individual electric heating, no major work previewed.
In the heart of the Notre Dame administrative district, this 19th century Haussmann building is 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 two natural islands in the River Seine, in Paris. 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 most prestigious address, especially with its many mansions dating from 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 noise and the surrounding bustle. Behind the anonymous intercoms, reside political and media personalities. The neighborhood even hosted President Georges Pompidou (24, Quai de Bethune).