An elegant, 89 m², through flat, with a balcony,
in the Rue-Saint-Georges - Rue-Lafayette district of Paris’ 9th arrondissement
Paris, PARIS paris 75009 FR


This flat is ideally located in Paris’ 9th arrondissement: equidistant from Notre-Dame-de-Lorette and Hôtel-Drouot, Grands-Magasins and the Garnier opera house, with its trendy boutiques, its auditoriums and its gourmet restaurants, notably along Rue-des-Martyrs. It was here, in the 19th century, that Paris’ intellectual and artistic elite, from Chopin to Georges-Sand, not forgetting Delacroix, Hugo or Pissaro, settled in the area and had romantic mansion houses built. Gare-Saint-Lazare is less than 10 minutes away on foot and the district has a particularly good public transport network: between Peletier, Lafayette, Opéra and Richelieu-Drouot underground stations and Gare-Saint-Lazare.


This flat is laid out on the third floor of a Haussmannian building that was completely rehabilitated in 2014. Reached via the communal lift or monumental stairway, this through flat looks out over the street and a courtyard. It is in pristine condition and spans a total floor surface area of 89 m². It comprises an entrance hall, providing access to a dining room opening, in turn, into a fully fitted kitchen, followed by lounge. Further on are a bedroom, a dressing room, a shower room, a laundry room and a separate toilet. This flat is decorated in white throughout, creating harmony between the period decorative features such as the moulding, the casement bolts and other wrought iron railings, and the more modern, minimalist ones of the various bookshelf units and storage areas. The result is particularly bright rooms. This flat comes with a basement cellar.

The flat

Visitors entering the double oak wood, entrance doors on the third-floor landing are immediately struck by the luminosity of these premises. In fact, the clarity of the areas acts as a natural guide from one room another. First of all, frosted glass showcases lead to a long dining room. They create natural unity with those of the open-plan kitchen. The latter is fully fitted with numerous cupboards and Corian worksurfaces as well as Miele domestic appliances: an induction hob, a retractable extraction hood, traditional, steam and micro-wave ovens, a dishwasher and a wine-cooler.
A wide opening in the dining room reveals a lounge, the two large French windows of which give an unobstructed view over Rue-Saint-George and a part of Montmartre hill, from which emerge the sails of the Galette windmill. The lounge comprises several storage areas and three showcases, their bottom cupboards featuring double, moulded doors dating from the Haussmanian era. The balcony, extending the room, is big enough to take a table and two chairs.
A little corridor leads to a bedroom, where two showcases flank a French window, fitted with an electric blackout blind. On the opposite side, a large dressing room takes up the space of what was once a bedroom. This very functional room is fitted with a multitude of cupboards, including a central unit.
A shower room, almost concealed behind double sliding doors, includes a wide shower and a wash-hand basin. It adjoins both a separate toilet and the flat’s laundry room, with a washing machine and a tumble-dryer. The lighting system for the corridor, the shower room and the dressing room is integrated into a suspended ceiling, providing homogeneous, soft light.
All the rooms have been decorated in white from floor to ceiling, including the parquet flooring, laid in strip and herringbone patterns, and fine old moulding, all typical markers of the Haussmanian era. All the wooden-framed windows are fitted with double-glazing, bronze casement bolts and rolling blinds. The heating system is electric, the heating being diffused via Swedish LVI radiators, each connected to a thermostat, providing a pleasant, gentle heat.

Our opinion

In a historic district of the French capital, where Paris’ cultural heart beats, few dwellings can pride themselves on being able to combine the old so harmoniously with the contemporary. The brilliant white walls and moulding as well as the bronze casement bolts blend perfectly with the polished glass showcases and the numerous bookshelf units that create a such a minimalist, airy and aristocratic home. The renovation works were carried out using quality materials in keeping with the elegance of the flat. Other great prospects include the converting of the dressing room back into a second bedroom or a study and the laundry room into a second bathroom, depending on the future owners wishes.

Exclusive sale

1 432 000 €
Fees at the Vendor’s expense

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Reference 293137

Ceiling height3.70
Living space89 m2
Number of rooms 4
Number of bedrooms 1
Possible number of bedrooms 2
Surface Cellar3 m2
Surface Balcony1.5 m2

Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses 2200 €

Aucune procédure en cours menée sur le fondement des articles 29-1 A et 29-1 de la loi n°65-557 du 10 juillet 1965 et de l’article L.615-6 du CCH

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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.

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