Réf : 114141AWA75
PARIS XVII - Porte de Clichy - 3Bed/2Bath - 107m2 - Ideally located close to the Palais de Justice, the extension of line 14 and the new tramway. Quite and bright 5 room 107m2 apartment in the heart of a beautifully maintained contemporary building from 1954, very well laid out, the optimization of natural lighting gives a feeling of space and creates a warm atmosphere that offers beautiful volumes, calm and clarity, while being close to all that Paris has to offer. The history of the district is linked to industry: metal arts factories and other railway infrastructures, printing works and furniture manufacturers developed around a population of workers who came to settle in the "city". Its name evokes the brambles of the famous pinot blanc which would have grown in the past on the south-western slope of Montmartre. It was composed of passages, cities, courtyards and islets. Linger to admire the pretty city of flowers, a panorama of the 19th century housing, the church of Saint-Michel or a square in which holm oaks and chestnut trees surround a bandstand.
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Réf : 114141AWA75
Details : Total living space 107m2 - Carrez law 107m2 - Balcony 1m2 - Weighted 107.25m2 ; 10,163 euros/m2 ; Annex(s) : cellar (valued at 1000 euros/m2) ; Furnished rental potential of about 3100 euros/month - 3.4% return ; Lots No : Apartment ( No 6 ) - Cellar ( No 28) - Freehold 78 / 1000 or ideal for flat share for an increased yield of +17 to 25%.
Miscellaneous: renovated in 2011 and ready to move in, modern kitchen with 2 bathrooms, south eastern exposure, Windows in every room overlooking the street large open double livingroom
33m2, 3 bedrooms 19m², 12m², 11m², plus office 7m2, ceiling height 2.60m, oak parquet flooring and ceiling mouldings, many custom storage cabinets and cupboards with built-in sliding doors, 1st floor of 7, two apartments on this floor, secure building with reinforced door and digital entry code system, lift, high speed fibre optic internet, bicycle and pushchairs storage room, easy off street parking, central heating system, freehold and no building renovation voted or planned, 1300 € / trimester service charge including water and central heating, 1184€ / year land tax, service bills of approx. 95 euros/month, home accessible to persons with disabilities and reduced mobility and also perfect as an office for independent professionals.
Built over 7 floors, this 1954 building is located in the area of des Épinettes and includes 20 apartments spread over 1 buildings. The residence is constructed on a plot of 337m2 located 83m from Port de Clichy metro station (L2 & L12 and RER C) and 420 m from Victor Hugo metro station (L2). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
17th Arrondissement - Somewhat upscale area that combines quiet upper-middle class neighbourhoods near the Arc de Triomphe and Parc Monceau and spots such as Place de Clichy, former stomping grounds frequented by 19th century artists and writers including Emile Zola and Edouard Manet and where artists of the Ecole des Batignolles such as Pissarro, Renoir, and Degas (known today as the Impressionists) used to live and socialise. Situated on the right bank of the River Seine, the relatively quiet arrondissement is now experiencing a marked gentrification process. The neighbourhood hasn't quite made it onto the average sightseeing itinerary but has recently become a trendy district for young ‘créateurs’ and artists, a good sign for the Batignolles district. It is an interesting area to explore with Le Marché des Batignolles, a popular covered market and good for organic produce, artisanal breads, fresh fish and high-quality meat. La Cite des Fleurs, an oasis of elegant 19th-century townhouses with private gardens and a cobblestoned lane is a lovely walk on a sunny afternoon. Just behind is the Square des Batignolles, a romantic-style garden built in the late 1800s, offers a duck pond, children’s playgrounds and gently rolling paths for strolling. The Park Martin Luther King , the newest green space will eventually covers 10.8 hectares and includes state-of-the-art recreational facilities. Also head to the Jean-Jacques Henner Museum to see world-class art in a 19th century mansion. End your exploration with a stroll down Cour St-Pierre, a passage of old horse stables converted into artists’ studios and pretty gardens or head to the Palais des Congres of Paris, which is a large convention centre and concert venue.