Réf : A22785CCH75 - EXCLUSIVITY LEGGETT
Rare Pearl and Prestigious address Ile Saint Louis, Paris 4, Large renovated Studio/AC, 38m2 , Seine views.
Paris 4, Ile Saint Louis, a Prestigious address, Quai de Bourbon.
In an historic 4-storey building dating from 1740, this property is located on the 3rd floor, accessible via the staircase to the common areas.
A large studio fully renovated by an interior designer, with a total floor area of 38.12m2 Loi Carrez, comprising: a living room/dining room and fully equipped kitchen, an alcove bedroom, a bathroom with bath tub/shower fixture, WC, and a storage cupboard/dressing room.
Exposed beams, Stone walls, parquet flooring, functional fireplace and integrated air conditioning.
Exposed North-East, with four large double-glazed windows for complete soundproofing. This property offers beautiful unobstructed views of the Seine River and the Paris skyline.
A Parisian pied-à-terre with character, combining elegance, comfort and functionality. Exclusive to Leggett Immobilier Prestige Paris: "turnkey" and "ready to live in".
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Réf : A22785CCH75 - EXCLUSIVITY
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Paris 75004-Ile Saint Louis/Quartier Notre Dame.
A prestigious address on Quai de Bourbon, a few steps from the studios of renowned sculptors Camille Claudel and Auguste Rodin.
Quai de Bourbon is located at the western end of Ile Saint Louis. It runs along the Seine from the northern end of Rue des Deux Ponts to the southern end of Rue Jean-du-Bellay.
Most of its buildings are listed private mansions, which have been home to numerous historical figures, artists and politicians. Quai De Bourbon was built between 1614 and 1646 under its current name. It was renamed "Quai de la République" in 1792 during the Revolution, and then "Quai d'Alençon". A prefectoral decree of April 27, 1814 restored its name to "Quai Bourbon".
Ideally located at number 1 Quai de Bourbon, in an historic 4-storey building dating from 1740, in a 4-unit micro-co-ownership, with only one apartment for each floor, this property is nestled on the 3rd floor, accessible via the staircase in the communal areas.
The exclusive sale of this apartment concerns lot N°5, with a total floor area of 38.12m2 Loi carrez, comprising: a living/dining room and fitted kitchen (19.72m2), an alcove bedroom ( 11.6m2), a bathroom with bath tub/shower fixture and WC (5.82m2), as well as a storage/dressing cupboard ( 0.98m2), and 190/1,000èmes of the general common areas.
This characterful property has been completely renovated by an interior designer, who has optimized its living space by creating different living areas that are functional, private, comfortable and convivial.
Every detail has been thought out, considered and structured to give this "apartment steeped in history" a "new contemporary life".
With a ceiling height of around 2.70 meters, the exposed beams have been fully restored, as have the freestone walls in the bedroom and bathroom.
The fireplace has been made functional.
The entire floor surface is covered with high-quality oak parquet.
Lighting has been meticulously thought out to make it not only functional but also warm and inviting.
Quite rare on the Ile Saint Louis, as most of the historic 17th century buildings are protected by the National Heritage and visible extractors on the facades are prohibited, this property is nevertheless equipped with integrated air conditioning, which has become almost essential during summer heat waves.
All windows have recently been replaced by 4 large double-glazed windows with very good soundproofing performance, including interior electric curtains to keep the apartment dark at night.
Exposed North-East, it benefits from plenty of natural light and offers splendid views of the Seine, the Pont Marie, the tree-lined Quays and the Paris skyline.
The 19.72m2 living room features a living room, a dining room and a BULTHAUP fitted kitchen, dedicated to conviviality, comfort and relaxation.
The fully-equipped kitchen includes a refrigerator, oven/microwave, ceramic hob and extractor hood.
A small step from the living room leads directly to the 11.6m2 bedroom, which is now private thanks to its alcove. This makes it possible to entertain without having to access the bedroom directly.
The 5.82m2 bathroom has also been renovated, with cut-stone walls and mosaic tiling, and features a bath tub with shower attachment, a washbasin with high-quality fittings, a towel warmer and a toilet. A small window overlooking the building's courtyard provides natural ventilation. Hot water tank with 100-litre capacity.
Secure access to the building via intercom.
Common areas are well maintained.
Individual electric heating.
The building is connected to fibre optics.
Monthly building charges: 300 Euros.
Property taxes: 539 Euros.
Possibility of purchasing furniture.
Quai de Bourbon is served by metro line 7, with the nearest Pont Marie station just 125 meters away, as well as by RATP bus lines 24, 67, 86 and 87.
Exclusive to LEGGETT PRESTIGE IMMOBILIER PARIS, this Parisian pied-à-terre combines elegance, comfort and functionality, and is "ready to live in, turnkey".
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.
Information about risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website : https://www.georisques.gouv.fr
- 980 000 € (HAI) agency fees to be paid by seller
This property has ...
- Double glazing
- 0-2KM to amenities
Paris Isle of France
Diagnostic de Performance Energétique
réalisé après le 1er juillet 2021
entre 990 € et 1380 € pour 2021