Réf : 116563DPE75
75013 Gobelins area, breathtaking views towards the Eiffel Tower from this sunny and airy 4-room apartment, all in transparency (see floor plans and virtual tours 360) offering 97m2, in need of renovation, triple exposure and superbly distributed on the 17th floor of a contemporary tower listed in the inventory of historical monuments.
PARIS 13e - Les Gobelins - 97 m2 - 2 bedrooms (4 Rooms) - See floor plans and virtual tours 360 - The historique tapestry factory and the magnificent neoclassical public garden of Square René le Gal (1938 - Jean-Charles MITEUX) at its feet, corner apartment bathed in light through its largely glazed facade facing the Eiffel Tower, other monuments in addition to a superb panorama at sunset over the horizon. Rare opportunity for this 17th floor property all in transparency, with its numerous windows all height, ideally oriented NW/SW/SE with a surface of 96,61 m2 (Carrez law). Modular property in need or renovation (no load-bearing wall) to create a modern and extraordinary apartment in Paris worthy of the '21st century'. No vis-à-vis at the heart of the 'Albert Tower', a superbly maintained building registered in the inventory of historical monuments since 1994, this apartment distributed without lost space includes an entrance open to the living room with a music corner or office, a living room and a dining room extended by a semi-open kitchen. The sleeping area includes 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, independent toilets and a dressing area. A large 7m2 cellar, located on the 4th floor and a private outside parking space (value 20.000 €) complete this exceptional property. 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 of art, recognized both for its aesthetics and its constructive intelligence combining modernity and lightness, includes on the 6th floor, a terrace originally designed to create an access to the Rue Abel Hovelacque, with a 600 m2 ceiling painted by the artist Jacques Lagrange... all strategically located on the edge of the 5th floor and close to the shops and the colourful Mouffetard market and its unmissable cafés, cocktail, brunch, bistro or gastronomic cuisine... A must see.
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Réf : 116563DPE75
Areas details :
- Apartment No 81 --> Weighted 97m2 = 12.716 euros/m2 ; Total living space 97m2 (Carrez law 96.61m2)
- Cellar No 238 (Door no !!) --> 7m2 (valued at 1800 euros/m2)
- Outside parking space No 287 (valued at 20.000 euros)
Furnished rental potential of 2830 euros/month = 2.83% annual return or ideal for flat share (3 bedrooms possible) for an increased yield of +17 to 25%.
Miscellaneous: First Parisian high-rise building (IGH - 67m) used as a residential tower, listed in the inventory of historical monuments in 1994 and restored in 2005 by the architect Gorka Piqueras, full renovation needed, semi-independent kitchen, triple exposure 3 sides NW/SW/SE, sunny with 8 large floor-to-ceiling windows, 2.50m high ceilings, 17th floor out of 22, five apartments on this floor, secured building (caretaker, fire safety officer, electronic key, digital entry code system and armoured door), 3 lift, high speed fibre optics, outside parking space at the foot of the building included in the sale, collective underfloor heating, no building renovation voted or planned, general communal service charge 632 €/month (total freehold 92 / 9000) including caretaker 24/7 + central heating, property tax 1153 €/year, monthly bills expenses about 50 €/month, may be suitable for people with reduced mobility and liberal professions without noise pollution.
Built over 22 floors, this 1960 building listed in the inventory of historical monuments, is located in the administrative district of Croulebarde and includes 121 apartments spread over 2 buildings. The residence is constructed on a plot of 2001m2 located 340m from Corvisart metro station (L6) and 350m from Les Gobelins and Place d'Italie metro stations (L5 & L7). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
13th arrondissement - Known as arrondissement des Gobelins" (meaning district of tapestries), on the Left Bank of the River Seine, is a relatively uncharted 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 neighbourhoods 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 unexplored. 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 and Télécom ParisTech.