Réf : 118047LNU75
PARIS 75002, rue d'Alexandrie, a rare opportunity for this charming Apartment offering 4 rooms (3 bed) of 90m2 (87m2 Carrez) (VT 360 & floor plan available) with balcony of 1.6m2, bright & calm with optimized space, situated on the 2nd floor with a lift of a beautiful Haussmann style building (1870), with the high ceiling of 3.20m, surrounded with Paris monuments and fashionable terraces.
PARIS 75002 – metro Réaumur - Sébastopol - 3 Bed – 89.59m2 (87.27m2 Carrez Law + 2.32m2) - Check floor plan and 360 VT - Bright and calm family apartment in a very good condition offering 87.27m2 Carrez with a balcony of 1.6m2 and a secured cellar of 9m2. Overlooking the street and courtyard, it has a double exposure South-North on the 2nd floor with a lift of a superbly maintained Haussmann-style building of 1870: high ceilings of 3m20, parquet flooring, mouldings and 2 working fireplaces. Double glazed windows. Digicode. It includes a big living room of 27m2 with a dining space, 3 bedrooms from 13 to 15m² (flexible: possibility of making 2 large bedrooms + 1 large office or double living room, etc.), a separate fully equipped kitchen with SMEG cooker and beautiful hood (external exhaust), one bathroom with large bathtub and a WC. Ideal for the family or working professionals. Highly sought after area, quiet and close to metro lines 3, 4, 8 and 9. Bus: 20, 29, 38. Close to shops (near Montorgueil, rue du Nil, etc.)
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Réf : 118047LNU75
Area details: - Apartment No 5 --> Weighted 89.23m2 (87.27m2 Carrez+ 1.16m2 (2.32m2/2 hors Carrez) + 0.8m2 (1.6m2/2 balcony) = 13.168 euros/m2 ; Total living space 89.59m2 = 87.27m2 Carrez + 2.32m2 + 1.6m2 balcony - Cellar No 15 --> 9m2 (valued at !!!! euros/m2). Furnished rental potential of 2500 euros/month = 2.55% gross annual return (appr. 2.64 % net).
Miscellaneous: ready to move in, fully equipped kitchen, double exposure South-North, windows overlooking the street and the courtyard side, ceiling height 3.20m, retained original features, 2 fireplaces, 2nd floor of 6, two apartments on this floor, secure building with reinforced door and digital entry code system, lift, high-speed fibre optic internet, individual electric heating system, freehold and no building renovation voted or planned, 162 euros/month service charge including water, bicycle and pushchairs storage room, easy off-street parking, home accessible to persons with disabilities and reduced mobility and also perfect as an office for independent professionals.
Built over 6 floors, this 1870 Haussmannien style property is located in the area of Sentier - Bonne Novelle and includes 15 apartments spread over one building. The residence is constructed on a plot of 311m2 located 220m from Bonne Nouvelle metro station (L8, L9) and 400m from Sentier metro station (L3). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
2nd Arrondissement - Paris somewhat under-appreciated 2nd arrondissement harbours attractions most tourists never see, including the medieval Jean-Sans-Peur tower, one of the best open streets markets in the city, the historic movie theatre, club and concert hall Le Grand Rex and Place des Victoires, a favourite destination for shopping in trendy boutiques. Located on the right bank of the River Seine, the 2nd district houses the city's most dense concentration of business activities. The arrondissement contains the former Paris stock exchange, a large number of banking headquarters as well as the textile district, known as the Sentier. It is also the home of most of Paris's surviving 19th-century glazed commercial arcades. At the beginning of that century, most of the streets of Paris were dark and muddy and lacked sidewalks. A few entrepreneurs copied the success of the Passage des Panoramas and its well-lit, dry and paved pedestrian passageways. By the middle of the 19th century, there were about two-dozen of these commercial malls, but most of them disappeared as the Paris authorities paved the main streets, added sidewalks and gas street lighting. The commercial survivors are – in addition to the Passage des Panoramas – the Galerie Vivienne, the Passage Choiseul, the Galerie Colbert, the Passage des Princes, du Grand Cerf, du Caire, Lemoine, Jouffroy, Basfour, du Bourg-L’abbé, and the Passage du Ponceau.