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Latin Quarter Place Monge One Bedroom

  • Price: €420 000
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Size: 28.75 m2
  • Floor: 5
  • Arrondissement: 5th
  • Area: LATIN QUARTER
  • Taxes and Fees

  • Annual Building Fees: €726
  • Energy Rating:
    Electric EPC/HER: F
    Gas EPC/HER: C
Description

Property for sale

Located just steps away from the famous Place Monge and the Arenas de Lutèce, lies this one bedroom apartment with no waste of space on the 5th floor with an elevator.
• Looking over a quiet street the apartment offers ample living space.
• A well-equipped kitchen opening onto the salon, plus everything you need to throw the perfect Parisian dinner party.
• The bedroom leads to the bathroom and WC, has a queen sized bed, and plenty of storage space.
• #VINGTLoves: Very bright apartment (West exposure) and very quiet, plenty of storage space, very functional plan. Some jobs to be planned.
• Freehold included Condominiums of 24 units (No proceedings in progress). Annual expenses : 726 euros.

Property Ref: PSU1336

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


Situé à quelques pas de la Place Monge et des Arènes de Lutèce, Vingt Paris vous propose en exclusivité cet appartement deux pièces au 5ème étage avec ascenseur.
• Donnant sur une rue calme, l'appartement offre un grand espace de vie et bénéficie d'une cuisine américaine.
• Le plan est ideal et sans perte de place.
• La chambre offre de nombreux rangement et conduit à la salle d'eau.
• Estimation locative en meublé : 1700 euros net au propriétaire par mois
• #VINGTLoves : Appartement très lumineux ( exposition Ouest) et très calme, nombreux rangements, plan très fonctionnel. Quelques travaux de rafraichissement à prévoir.
• Freehold inclus Copropriété de 24 lots (Pas de procédure en cours). Charges annuelles : 726 euros.

Property Ref: PSU1336

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