- APARTMENT in PARIS €1,500,000
- 114 m2
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Two steps away from Jardin des Plantes, modern 2/3-bedroom apartment offering 114m2, bright & spacious, centered around an exceptional 35m2 garden/terrace, at the heart of the Latin quarter
Paris 75005 - Latin Quarter/Jardin des Plantes - 114m2 + 35m2 terrace - In an emblematic district of Paris, away from the noise and crowds, a new modern and design 5-storey residence is born with its plans and conception to promote flexible living space and an abundance of natural light. So Parisian Art de vivre in the XXI century for these exceptional modern and design new 2/3-bedroom (Alcove) apartments offering a comparable layout with the privilege of a 35m2 garden/terrace. Located on the ground floor it offers comfortable living space of 114.16m2 ; a spacious entrance with open spaces, a bright living room with a floor-to-ceiling double window, a open-plan kitchen, two bedrooms, one alcove, one bathroom and separate closets. The contemporary architecture offers the benefit of open spaces, nice volumes and brightness carefully thought by the architect in respect for today’s way of life. A very unique address reserved for 27 privileged owners only.
This modern 5-storey residence includes bright properties from studio to 4 bedrooms triplex, mostly offering double exposure and generous exterior with patios and terraces. The green roofs give a feeling of openness to nature. These light-coloured apartments with great volumes are offering interiors inspired by Zen, Classic or vintage style, all tailored to individual taste. Most apartments also have generous ceiling heights between 2.5 m and 3 m. The area : The Panthéon district, lively and dynamic, where the highlights is the excellence of the Collège de France and where the Sorbonne mark out a journey of knowledge. Many bookstores offer memories of the past left by successive generations. At the foot of the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, you will find Rue de la Contrescarpe and the city of fashion, many local shops and the markets of Rue Mouffetard, Place Monge and Place de la Mutualité. Sports and leisure facilities such as the Poliveau gymnasium, the cinema of the Pantheon, the theatres of the Latin Quarter ... A few steps from the Jardin des Plantes, set back from the boulevard Saint-Marcel, rue Poliveau preserves all its cachet.
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Miscellaneous: balconies and terraces, lifts, cellar for each apartment, high-speed fibre optic internet, gas heating (domestic hot water production), bicycles storage room, very secured (Vigic + digicode and armoured door), excellent rental potential of 28 € / m2 / month or seasonal weekly rental in high season, completion 2nd quarter 2019.
Economic benefits : Each apartment comes with a 10 year building guarantee and a 2 year guarantee on equipment. New build properties in France command notary fees of just 2.5% of the purchase price (instead of the standard 7% for all other buildings), resulting in significant savings in the buying process. The development also meets (NF) Logement eco-label quality standards, which guarantees that it meets insulation and energy efficiency norms, helping to further reduce running costs for residents.
Located in the 5th arrondissement, on the left banks of the Seine, the property stands on a plot of 1391 m². For those looking to travel in and around the French capital, it is ideally located and served by an excellent underground, bus network and Velib (city cycle scheme) stations. The metro station (Ligne 5) Saint-Marcel is 450 m away for Place d'Italie. The station Censier-Daubenton 9 minutes on foot, desert line 7 (Louvres in 11 mn & Opera in 13 mn). The Gare d'Austerlitz is 900m away with direct destination South and East of France.
5th Arrondissement - The historic heart of the Latin Quarter has been a centre of scholarship and intellectual achievement for centuries and takes its name from the Sorbonne, where Latin was the common tongue for all students during the Middle Ages. This arrondissement is one of the oldest districts of the city where traces of the area's past survive in such sites as the Arènes de Lutèce, a Roman amphitheatre, and the Thermes de Cluny, a Roman thermae. It remains a major draw card thanks to sights such as the Pantheon, the Sorbonne University, the botanical gardens known as the Jardin des Plantes. The neighbourhood has the feel of a small village and students mix freely with professionals in its winding streets. The market street of Rue Mouffetard is a primary artery where shops, international restaurants, bars and cafes are found.
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