Secure building (Vigic + digicode and secured door), new lift standards, fiber optic broadband, central heating, gas boiler, Air conditioner, no joint ownership voted or planned, the service charge 340 € / month (70% to the load of the annuitant and 30% to the purchaser) including water, maintenance of the common parts, lift, property tax 760 € / year, rental potential about 2,000 € / month or seasonal rental in high season.
Located in the administrative district of Notre Dame, this 6-storey building of 17th century, counts 6 apartments, 1 apartment per floor. It is erected on a plot of 69 m2 located 400 m from the metro station Pont Marie (L7) and 450m from the station Sully - Morland (L7). sectorized college François Couperin at 330m
Close to: Île Saint-Louis is the smallest of the two Parisian islands. It is located in the historical heart of the capital and offers a place of stroll full of surprises. It is crossed by its main street, the Saint-Louis Street in the Island, or we go around by the docks. The flâneur admires the many mansions of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The most gourmet taste the tasty ice cream of the house Berthillon, or moved to the terrace of Café Flore in Ile with a breathtaking view of Notre Dame and the Pantheon. 500 m from Notre-Dame and the Jean XXIII Square, the Ile de la Cité, the flower market of Queen Elizabeth II, the Sainte Chapelle and the Conciergerie, Institute of the Arab World, La Tour d Silver, the Saint-Michel Fountain and the Latin Quarter, the village of Saint-Paul and the Marais district, the City Hall of Paris, the BHV Store. Limit with the 1st, 3rd, 5th, 11th and 12th arrondissements.
4th Arrondissement - Better known as the Marais (Soho), the neighborhood attracts artists, designers, trendy shopkeepers and students, to make it a lively and lively area, with lots of trendy bars and restaurants as well as the rue des Roses, a centerpiece of Jewish life. The district includes the Renaissance style with the City Host and Place des Vosges, the historic Notre Dame Cathedral, the contemporary Pompidou Center and Ile Saint-Louis and Ile de la Cité. being the oldest parts of Paris. It is a very fashionable neighborhood with its small streets, cafes and shops, these old buildings and a multi-cultural environment.