75006, Saint-Sulpice, magnificent 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms property (5/6 rooms) with balcony offering approximately 135m2, superbly restructured & renovated in 2015.
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PARIS 75006 - Saint-Germain - 3 Bedrooms (5/6 Rooms) | 135m2 (see 360, video & floor plan) - Perfect harmony between contemporary style and 19th century architecture (parquet flooring chevron style, mouldings, fireplace…) for this 6/7 rooms apartment completely renovated in 2015, enjoying great volumes (3.30m ceiling height) and ideally nestled at the heart of the lively Notre Dame des Champs district.
Alone on the 2nd floor of this very well maintained Haussmann-style 1900 building with caretaker and strategically located between the Luxembourg Gardens and le Bon Marché, the property offers 134.88m2 (132.03m2 carrez law) superbly distributed plus a 3.57m2 balcony and 7 high quality double-glazed windows on the street side.
Restored with quality materials and equipment, this apartment resolutely 21st century is ideal for entertaining and includes a welcoming entrance hall leading to a spacious lounge (35m2) with a dining room area and a fully equipped American style kitchen with central island from BULTAUP, an adjoining living room (22m2) with an original & functional fireplace and a master bedroom (15m2) with en-suite dressing room and a magnificent shower-room.
Overlooking the flowered courtyard side, 2 additional bedrooms (12.77m2 & 10.45m2) that share a bathroom with toilet and many custom-made wardrobe & storage spaces. A laundry room, an independent toilet with suspended WC and a large concrete cellar (21.50m2) complete this property.
Benefiting from a prestigious address due to its location at the heart of one of the most elegant Parisian districts with famous brands names synonymous with luxury, not to mention the local shops, its essential coffee, cocktails, brunch, bistro or gourmet cuisine, all within a stone's throw of Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Hotel Le Lutetia. Art Nouveau building who witness the artistic renewal of the roaring twenties and where, over the years, famous guests have included Pablo Picasso, Charles de Gaulle, Marianne Oswald, André Gide, Peggy Guggenheim, Josephine Baker, James Joyce wrote part of Ulysses at the hotel…
Renovated in 2015 and ready to move in, new kitchen and bathroom, 7 French windows overlooking the street side, ceiling height 3.30m, retained original historic features, many custom storage cabinets and cupboards, 2nd floor of 7, only apartment on this floor, NE/SW facing, secure building with 24/7 caretaker reinforced door and digital entry code system, lift, high speed fibre optic internet, bicycle and pushchairs storage room, individual gas heating system, freehold and no building renovation voted or planned, 450 € / month service charge including cold water, 1592 € / year land tax, service bills of approx. 80 euros/month, home accessible to persons with disabilities and reduced mobility and also perfect as an office for independent professionals.
Area :Total 134.88m2 - Carrez law 132.03m2 - Balcony 3.57m2
Weighted :135.20m2 or 16,938 euros/m2
Annex(s) : 21.50m2 cellar (valued at 1800 euros/m2)
Return :Furnished rental potential of about 4560 euros/month
Lot(s) No : Apartment No 6 - Cellar No 40 & 41
Freehold : 901/10020
Built over 7 floors, this 1900 Haussmann building located in the area of Notre-Dame-des Champs includes 22 apartments spread over 2 buildings. The residence is constructed on a plot of 353m2 located 220m from Saint-Sulpice metro station (L4) and 290m from Sèvres-Babylone metro station (L10 & 12). Self-service bike system Velib nearby.
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Once the hangout for bohemians and intellectuals, the Saint-Germain-des-Pres district is well known for its beautiful architecture, café culture, trendy boutiques, art galleries and the revolutionary intellectualism and literature it has hosted. This arrondissement has long been home to French intelligentsia and is a major hub for Art galleries and one of the most fashionable districts of Paris as well as its most expensive area. It includes world famous educational institutions such as the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris and the Academie francaise, the French Senate as well as some of Paris most famous monuments including Saint-Germain Abbey, St-Sulpice Church, Le Pont des Arts and Jardins du Luxembourg.