- APARTMENT in PARIS €861,000
- 46 m2
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At the heart of the intellectual and artistic neighbourhood, stunning brand new 1 bedroom apartment 56M2 (total private space) South East facing terrace the 3rd floor of a modern and elegant development, a stone’s throw from the Luxembourg Gardens
Paris 14th - Vavin/Raspail - 56M2 (total private space) - Situated in an area cherished by painters, sculptors and poets from Rilke to Aragon and Klein to Duchamps, a stunning brand new 1 bedroom apartment offering the comfort of a new build moments from historical and vibrant surroundings of the city’s famous Latin Quarter. The bright and well-proportioned property, situated on the 3rd floor of this modern building, offers 45.61 m2 of living space plus a private terrace of 10.08m2 and also includes a bright sitting room with large bays windows floor to ceiling for maximum enjoyment, an open kitchen, a bathroomsand with WC’s. The apartment also includes an additional cellar and the possibility to acquire an underground parking space for an additional 500.000 €. This prestigious new address is situated in one of the most thought after districts, the artistic soul of Paris, placing its residents at the heart of the City of Light chic lifestyle.
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The reservation deposit is only 2% of the purchase price. The acquisition of a new property in France comes with economic benefits including reduced notary fees of only 2.5% of the price (compared to 7% for all other buildings), a 10-year construction guarantee, 2-year guarantee on equipment, impeccable noise insulation and high energy performance, helping with more saving.
MISC: ready to move in November 2019, the development includes electronic key/digital entry code system and video phone for visitors, reinforced door with video-phone and digital entry code system, lift, and high speed fibre optic internet, furnished rental potential is approximately 400 € per calendar month, remote control/automated heating & lighting within the apartments that allow residents to easily regulate light levels and temperature, also available is the option for keyless locks and high-tech alarm systems.
In addition to its reputation as a friendly, buzzing part of the city, the area is also home to some of the city’s most prized institutions and schools, giving it an equally impressive reputation as a place to study and work. Ideally situated for travel in and around Paris, the building sits 5 minutes from the RER B station Port-Royal (Gare du Nord in 10 minutes, Central Paris in 6 minutes, Charles de Gaulle airport in 41 minutes), and the metro station Raspail (lines 4 and 6) is a 3 minute walk away (Eiffel Tower in 9 minutes, l’Arc de Triomphe/Champs Élysees in 16 minutes).
14th Arrondissement - Located on the left bank of the Seine, the current boundaries of the 14th district dates back from 1860 and includes the legendary Montparnasse, once home to a lively arts and literature scene in the roaring 1920's. The area still retains traces of fun places like ‘Rue de la Gaîte’ with its numerous theatres. The residential district has a lot to offer with lively cafés, famous restaurants and American Bar 'La Coupole'. It also bears the name of Observatory District, rarely used these days, and includes many traditional markets such as Place Edgar Quinet or the pedestrian area or Rue Daguerre, made famous by its director resident Agnes Varda. The 14e also includes the romantic-style Parc Monstouris and the Montparnasse Cemetery home of many of France's intellectual and artistic elite as well as many graves of foreigners who have made Paris their home. You will find here the final resting place of Charles Baudelaire, Simone de Beauvoir, Samuel Beckett, Brassaï, Alfred Dreyfus, Serge Gainsbourg, Joseph Kessel, Guy de Maupassant, Philippe Noiret, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Seberg, Ossip Zadkine and many others, making it today a place of pilgrimage. This district also includes the university campus with its own metro station ‘Cité Universitaire', the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, the entrance to the famous Paris Catacombs and the Jean Moulin Museum.
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