Réf : 118098AMU75 - EXCLUSIVITY LEGGETT
PARIS 75004 - Former famous 18thC Cabaret Franc-Pinot AVAILABLE NOW - On Quai de Bourbon, at the heart of the island Ile Saint Louis, rare opportunity for this commercial unit of 165 m2 and 100-150 people capacity, with 10 m linear (classified) shop front on quayside, in a historic 17th C building on the Seine river bank, between Marais and Notre Dame. Parisian nightlife landmark.
Paris 75004 - Ile Saint-Louis - Quai de Bourbon - 165 m2 - Former famous 18thC Cabaret Franc-Pinot AVAILABLE NOW - On the wharf built between 1614 and 1646 by the royal family of Bourbon, once housing the famous cabaret du Franc-Pinot, closed in 1716 because the police found in its cellars a large quantity of libels and pamphlets against the Regent, Philippe d'Orléans, leasehold right for this property with commercial status on the ground floor and basement of a unique historic 17th century stone building. Located in the heart of the island and the village spirit surrounding Rue Saint-Louis en L'Ile, this prestigious and well situated commercial unit of 150 m2 is running as a bar/bistro/dancing club with a 100-150 people capacity/night. In the basement, the 2 cellar floors of 20m2 & 10m2 consists of a 2nd bar, a stage with a dancing ring, a kitchen and an authorized smoking area, toilets and an office or backstage room. The 150 m2 surface premises offers an undeniable potential with a street private entrance and its classified grids, decorated with vine branches and grapes, for a total of 10 m linear, on the street side and right in front of Seine river bank. Iconic wine bar and restaurant today, a wide range of commercial destinations are possible: bar, restaurant, club, showroom, office or start-up incubator, recording studio, training center, craftsman, in the heart of Paris steeped in 20 centuries of history. Licensed to serve food and drink (value 20-25k€). Rent 5833€/month. Land tax : 1800€/year. Charges: 227€/month. Come and join the 2500 Ludovicians (2013 census) who live between a large number of private mansions, an area which is also nicknamed "the island of palaces". Ile Saint-Louis is considered as the ancient cradle of the city of Lutetia, probably inhabited by a small Gallic tribe called the Parisii, and connected to the Marais by 3 bridges, a 4th one connect it to Ile de la Cite and two further bridges lead to the Latin Quarter (5th). Vibrant atmosphere that offers an explosion of colours with many shops nearby. This is a space that invites one to relax, to contemplate, and to enjoy friends’ company while having a drink...
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Réf : 118098AMU75 - EXCLUSIVITY
Details : Total Area 165 m2 - Carrez law 45,92m2 - ; Annex(s) : 30 m2 cellars; Rent 5833 euros/month ; Apartment (lot no ) + Cellar (lot no 1) - Freeholds 40 / 1000 & 230 / 1000. Miscellaneous: Historic property, secure building with reinforced door and digital entry code system, high speed fiber optic internet, off street parking, individual electric heating system, freehold and no building renovation voted or planned. Charges: 227€/month, 1800€/year land tax. Built over 5 floors this 1740 property is located in the area of Notre Dame and includes 4 apartments. This historic building is constructed on a plot of 62m2 located 127m from Pont-Marie metro station (L7), 450 m from Saint-Paul metro station (L1) and 800m from Saint-Michel metro station (RER A & L4). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby. 4th Arrondissement, Ile Saint-Louis is, with Ile de la Cite (Notre Dame), is one of the two natural islands of the Seine today in Paris. Its name dates back to 1725 and legend has it that King Louis IX, nicknamed Saint Louis, used to isolate himself and come to pray on the ‘Ile aux Vaches’, which was located on the eastern part of the island at the time. The island is a small architectural jewel that perfectly embodies a certain French art of living and represents the image of the City of Light, it is a prestigious address especially with its many spectacular private mansions from the 17th and 18th centuries. Linked to the rest of Paris by six bridges, Ile Saint-Louis is nevertheless a very peaceful place, sheltered from the noise and hustle and bustle of the surrounding area. It is still very much on the exclusive side and behind the anonymous intercom systems of this "Parisian village", live many political and media personalities…