75010, strategically located 2 steps from Rue Sainte-Marthe, a house in Paris for this peaceful trople exposed 186m2 maisonette (245m2 total) with a planted garden ideal for an aperitif al-fresco, at the heart of 1900 historic building, between Colonel Fabien & Canal St-Martin
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Paris 75010 - Rue Henri Feulard - 4 BED | 186m2 | 245m2 total - Ideally located between Colonel Fabien and Canal St Martin, this former workshop on 2 floor plus basement is ready to move in and includes a 20m2 planted garden with triple exposure, ideal for an al-fresco meal. Quiet and bathed in light in the afternoon, this atypical and welcoming 208m2 property is superbly distributed (4 bedrooms) and includes on the 84m2 ground floor a large living space with a living room and a dining room, a kitchen American style, a private 20m2 garden, an office, a bedroom and a guest toilet. An independent 18m2 studio apartment, perfect as an office for independent professionals, completes this space. The 36m2 first and last floor includes a mezzanine / office, a bedroom and a bathroom with toilet. The 71m2 basement area offers many possibilities of development and includes a superb playroom, a laundry room, a wine cellar and a technical room. Not overlooked, this family residence offers comfort and enjoys peacefulness due the double-glazing and its location on courtyard. Situates at the heart of a well-maintained 1900 building with its garden and private access, it is strategically located 2 steps from the market rue Boulevard de la Villette with its warm atmosphere, as well as its lively streets like the rue Sainte-Marthe which offers an explosion of colours with many shops, famous cafes, cocktails, brunch, bistro or gastronomic cooking.
Miscellaneous: Living area details: Carrez 137.27m2, independent hall 15m2, basement 71.15m2, garden 22m2, total area 245.42, weighted space 186.98m2 or 7968€/M2
Miscellaneous: Ready to move in, interior decoration required, windows overlooking the green private garden, ceiling height 2.70 & 6M, maisonette on the courtyard, SW/SE/NO facing, secure building with reinforced door and digital entry code system, high speed fibre optic internet, bicycle storage room, individual gaz heating system, freehold and no building renovation voted or planned, 300 € / month service charge including water and weekly building mantenance, 1630 € / year land tax, home accessible to persons with disabilities and reduced mobility and also perfect as an office for independent professionals.
Built over 6 floors, this 1900 property is located in the area of Hopital Saint-Louis and includes 32 apartments spread over 2 buildings. The residence is constructed on a plot of 299 m2 located 333 m from Colonel Fabien metro station (L2) and 442 m from Belleville metro station (L11). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
The 10th arrondissement is situated on the right bank of the River Seine. It is little known to tourists but houses hidden gems such as the Canal St Martin, linking the north eastern parts of Paris with the River Seine. Strolling along the water’s edge at sunset will make you feel like you’re a true Parisian. This multi-cultural neighbourhood also contains a bohemian element and the cafes and restaurants along the Canal Saint-Martin makes it now a popular destination for both Parisians and tourists bringing new energy into the area. This edgy working-class area is just a stone's throw from the bustling city centre and has become quite trendy in recent years. You will find many young people flocking to the area including professionals and artists. Two great train stations, Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est, built during the 19th century are located here as is the historic Place de la République. Other main sights and attractions includes Place Sainte Marthe with its majestic trees and romantic streetlights, Marché St-Quentin, one of the best know covered food market, offering a wide variety of fresh products. You can certainly count on Paris for the unexpected, yet completely delightful, museums, including the Musee de l’Eventail which houses a truly impressive collection of over 400 fans from the 18th century to the present day. Spending time here will make you feel like you’re in the “real” Paris.