Réf : 111190DPE75 - EXCLUSIVITY LEGGETT
75013, Croulebarde, corner apartment with unobstructed views of Paris (See floor plan and 360) offering 82m2 - 2 bedrooms property designed without loss of space on the 16th floor of this famous tower build all in transparency with many full height windows.
PARIS 75013 - 82,16 m2 - 2 bedrooms (4 rooms) - See map and virtual tours 360 - Located between the Gobelins and the Place d'Italie, in a quiet area in front of the beautiful square René le Gal, superb corner apartment on the 16th floor enjoying panoramic views over all Paris, some monuments in addition to a superb panorama at sunrise and sunset. All in transparency, the living spaces all benefit from full height windows, offering 81.59 m2 (Carrez law) including a superb 13m2 entrance hall with office space leading to the 21.65m2 double living room, an independent kitchen equipped but in need of updating. The night area includes by 2 bedrooms, a bathroom with laundry area and toilet plus an independent toilet. A large 9m2 cellar, located on the 4th floor, completes this property. A parking space is available in the neighbouring building for 30K€. The first "skyscraper" in Paris for housing purposes, this tower built by Edouard Albert in 1960 is an icon of modern architecture in France. This work, recognized as much for its aesthetics as for its constructive intelligence combining lightness and transparency, is registered as a Historic Monument. On the 6th floor, a terrace designed for the enjoyment of the inhabitants has a 600 m² ceiling, painted by the artist Jacques Lagrange .
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Réf : 111190DPE75 - EXCLUSIVITY
13th arrondissement - Known as arrondissement des Gobelins" (meaning district of tapestries), on the Left Bank of the River Seine, is a relatively unchartered area of Paris that's exemplary of a shifting contemporary Paris known for it’s calm vibe, public parks, and inexpensive eateries. The area notably houses the sprawling ultramodern National Library, the Butte aux Cailles one of Paris' lesser-known neighborhoods that's beloved by locals but overlooked by tourists, with its narrow cobblestone streets featuring quirky restaurants, cafes and boutiques but lacking global chain stores, its art deco architectural heritage, and its throwback Paris ambiance, definitely a place to come if you're looking for something relatively unchartered. A lively Chinatown (one of Paris's largest, and major site for Chinese New Year celebrations in Paris) and Manufacture des Gobelins (tapestries manufacturing museum) and the modernist Place d’Italie is the site of one of the most ambitious French urban renewal projects, The district is also rapidly growing in business activity, thanks to the new business district of Paris Rive Gauche and is home to engineering graduate schools, Arts et Métiers ParisTech and Télécom ParisTech.