on the edge of the Marais district in Paris’ 11th arrondissement
This flat is perfectly located in a quiet, sought-after district on the Right Bank, between Paris’ 3rd and 11th arrondissements, near to the Marais district. Everything is close to hand in this lively, cosmopolitan district: delicatessens, trendy restaurants and fashionable boutiques, art galleries, cultural centres and concert halls. Several state and private primary schools are just a stone’s throw away, as are the Collège-Beaumarchais secondary school and some of the best sixth form colleges in the French capital. All areas of Paris are, therefore, within easy reach. Saint-Sébastien underground station (line 8) is 250 m away, just a 3-minute walk. It takes but 5 minutes to reach Oberkampf station on lines 9 and 5. Place-de-la-République and lines 3 and 11 are 10 minutes away.
The entrance and the corridor provide access to the living room which, courtesy of its south-east aspect and its wide window protected by wrought iron railings, is very bright. As is customary in Parisian flats dating from this time, the reception area is laid with herringbone pattern parquet flooring. A modern, fitted kitchen opens on to the dining room which remains particularly tranquil for the centre of the French capital.
At the other end, three completely unoverlooked bedrooms, laid with old, strip pattern parquet flooring, are also illuminated via windows. The biggest of them has its own private shower room. The two others share a bathroom and separate toilet. Each room has its own storage areas (cupboards, bookshelves, etc.) so that space is optimised.
This flat is sold with a cellar and a secure, underground car parking space, reached via the street.
Equidistant from the historic, trendy Paris of the Upper Marais district and the shops in the Saint-Ambroise district, both near and yet far enough away from the local hustle and bustle, this is a pied-à-terre that can be said to be steeped in positive vibes. Between its Olympian peace and quiet (small feat in the centre of Paris), its layout and its location, the daily way of life promises to be particularly pleasant for its future owners, big and small alike. To live here means taking up the flamboyant symbol of an entire trendy and Bohemian art of living.
|Living space||94 m2|
|Number of rooms||4|
|Number of bedrooms||3|
|Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses||2700 €|
Célia Germani +33 1 42 84 80 85
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.