Réf : A10619 - EXCLUSIVITY LEGGETT
Property of character 154m2 Quai de Bourbon, views on the Seine, Ile Saint Louis.
PARIS 75004 - Ile Saint Louis/ Quartier Notre Dame - Elegant 17th century, Noble Town house ( Hotel Particulier) and prestigious address.
On Seine River side, 1tst French floor , this property of character with 5 rooms, with a total surface area of 153,99 square meters Loi Carrez. This apartment ( Lot n° 5) includes: An entrance (10,74m2), a dining room (27,57m2), a living room (43,9m2), a first bedroom (15,04m2), a bathroom (6,29m2), a WC (1,28m2), a corridor (2,51m2), an office room (8,43m2), a mezzanine (13,9m2), a third bedroom (10,25m2) and a kitchen (14,08m2).
Crossing apartment, double exposure North/East and South, 5 large windows overlooking the Seine, beautiful volumes, height under ceiling 4m15, parquet and marble fireplaces, moldings and woodwork, individual gas heating.
A cellar lot n°15, located in the basement door n°1 by the staircase A, completes this property.
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Few steps from the Ile de la Cité and Notre Dame cathedral , a prestigious address : Quai de Bourbon.
17th century Noble mansion, composed of two buildings, one overlooking the courtyard and the other overlooking the Seine, built on 4 floors of a small condominium of 15 units, with a total area of 922m2. Secure building (Vigic + digicode). It is 240 meters walking distance from the Metro station "Pont-Marie" (Line 7)
No major building works to be expected. The common areas including the grand staircase have been completely renovated, the magnificent facade and the roof are in excellent condition.
General monthly charges 2021, 312 Euros, including cold water consumption and building maintenance. Property taxes 2021, 1748 Euros.
This property, is located in the staircase A, 1st floor, left door, with a total surface of 153.99 square meters Loi Carrez.
Lot n° 5 and the one thousand six hundred and seventy-two thousandths ( 1672/10000ths) of the general common parts.
It is composed of :
dining room (27,57m2),
living room (43,9m2),
first bedroom (15,04m2),
second bedroom (8,43m2),
mezzanine ( 13,9m2),
third bedroom ( 10,25m2)
kitchen ( 14,08m2).
Cellar lot n°15, located in the basement door n°1 by the staircase A (8/10000èmes) of the general common parts completes this property.
Notre Dame, Louvre Museum, Opera Bastille, Place des Vosges, Marais District, Pompidou Center, Museum of Natural History, Carnavalet Museum, Picasso Museum, weekly market of the Bastille.
Saint-Louis is, with the Ile de la Cité, one of the two natural islands of the Seine present today in Paris. Its name dates from 1725 and comes from King Louis IX nicknamed Saint Louis. Legend has it that the king used to isolate himself and come to pray on the Isle of Cows which was at the time on the eastern part of the island today.
It is a small jewel of architecture that perfectly embodies a certain French way of life and represents the image of the city of light.
It is a prestigious address especially with the many mansions of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Connected to the rest of Paris by six bridges, Île Saint-Louis is nonetheless a very peaceful place, sheltered from the noise and the surrounding bustle. Behind the anonymous intercoms, reside political and media personalities. Very much, the neighborhood even hosted President Georges Pompidou (24, Quai de Bethune).
It is crossed by its main street, St. Louis Street in the Island, and we go around by the docks.