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St Germain des Pres Saint Sulpice View

  • Price: €1 635 000
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Size: 63 m2
  • Floor: 3
  • Arrondissement: 6th
  • Area: ST-GERMAIN-DES-PRES
  • Taxes and Fees

  • Annual Building Fees: €2 400
  • Energy Rating:
    Electric EPC/HER: NI
    Gas EPC/HER: Vierge
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Description

Property for sale

Located in a lovely street in the heart of Saint Germain, this beautiful beamed apartment is found on the third floor of a historic building (with an elevator) overlooking the famous place Saint Sulpice church.
• Very nicely decorated, this picture-perfect property is found in a lovely old building dating from around the mid-1800's.
• Entirely remodelled for maximum comfort, the apartment boasts a large salon/ bureau with fully equipped separate kitchen/ dining area.
• With a spacious bedroom and en-suite bathroom, plus wardrobe space, we reckon this one would be perfect for a lover of the left bank.
• Positioned in a great location, many of the city's best art galleries, food shopping and clothes boutiques are quite literally on your doorstep.
• The property has a projected rental return (net to owner) of at least 4,000 EUR per month.
• #VingtLoves: We especially love the views from the super chic apartment; the perfect place to enjoy all atmospher of this famous quartier.
• Freehold included. Copropriété de 38 lots (Pas de procédure en cours). Charges annuelles : 2400 euros.

Property Ref: PSU1036

(Honoraires à la charge du vendeur / Agency fees are chargeable to the seller)


Bel apartment de deux pieces au coeur de Saint Germain dans immeuble ancien.
• 3e etage avec ascenseur
• Sejour avec bureau
• Cuisine equipée
• Une chambre
• Salle de bain
• WC Copropriété de 38 lots (Pas de procédure en cours). Charges annuelles : 2400 euros.

Property Ref: PSU1036

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