Réf : 113422PGL75
75001 - Pont Neuf - Video, 360 virtual tours and 3D plan available for this 1st floor flat with 3/4 rooms (T3 - 71m2) & 5 bay windows overlooking a pretty paved courtyard, exceptional location in the heart of a beautifully maintained Haussmannien building with lift, ideally nestled away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
75001 - metro Louvre-Rivoli and Pont Neuf - 3 rooms (T3) - 71sqm - see map, 3D virtual tour and video, in front of the Louvre, bright and quiet flat overlooking a sunny courtyard of a prestigious 1860 Hausmannien building with concierge. The flat offers a haven of peace just a stone's throw from the Louvre, Rue de Rivoli and the banks of the Seine. On the first floor with lift, it comprises an entrance hall with storage space, leading to a 28m2 living room with open kitchen, a children's bedroom/study, a bathroom with separate w.c., and a 15m2 master bedroom overlooking the courtyard. In the heart of a superbly maintained building dating from 1880, a 15m2 cellar completes this flat. Superb pied-à-terre or Parisian base, there are also possibilities to optimise the space of this flat to create a second large living room or a home office.
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Réf : 113422PGL75
Beautiful bright and quiet 3-room flat (T3) offering 71m2 (see video, 3D tour and plan) on the 1st floor of a prestigious 6 floor Haussmanian building. Living room 20,78m2, open kitchen 6,83m2, 1st bedroom 14,83m2, 2nd bedroom/study 7,19m2, bathroom 4,79m2, integrated storage spaces, cellar 15m2, with lift and concierge. Taxes foncières 940 euros per year, building charges 200 euros per month (including lift, concierge, water, heating)
1st arrondissement - One of the oldest in Paris, the 1st arrondissement is the geographic center of Paris and a haven for tourists. Located along the right bank of the Seine, it also includes the western end of the Ile de la Cité, conquered by the Romans in 52 BC. This borough is the least populated in the city and one of the smallest in area. It is home to famous sites like the Louvre and its incomparable art collection, the Tuileries Gardens and its impeccable landscaped gardens attracting Parisians, picnickers and lovers of modern art, the Palais-Royal, once the seat of power royal in Paris, the Conciergerie an old palace transformed into a prison and the magnificent Gothic Sainte Chapelle, as well as the brand new Forum Les Halles, the most visited shopping center in France and dating back to the early Middle Ages and finally Rue Montorgueil, a charming pedestrian street filled with eclectic shops, specialty shops, bakeries and fishmongers. Much of the rest of the district is dedicated to offices and administration and maintains an elegant atmosphere. Places to visit include Place Vendôme, Pont Neuf and Pont des Arts, Hotel Ritz ...