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WHETHER BUYING, SELLING OR RENTING
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Latin Quarter Notre Dame

  • Price: €1 145 000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Size: 69 m2
  • Floor: 2
  • Arrondissement: 5th
  • Area: LATIN QUARTER
  • Taxes and Fees

  • Annual Building Fees: €3 728
  • Energy Rating:
    Electric EPC/HER: F
    Gas EPC/HER: C
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Description

Property for sale

One for those who appreciate the Paris of old, this exceptional property is found in an 18th-century building in a historic enclave just steps from the Seine river and Notre-Dame cathedral.
• Recently renovated, yet preserving all the original period features, this two-bedroom apartment really is quite something.
• Located in a building that dates from the 1780s, highlights include the 4m-high beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls and a working fireplace.
• Found on the second floor, with a lift, the apartment comprises an impressive lounge, a fully-equipped kitchen, the two bedrooms and a bathroom.
• Filled with natural light from the large windows, the property also overlooks one of the oldest parts of Paris.
• Perfect for a pied-à-terre or a high-income rental investment, the estimated monthly rental return is 3,500 EUR a month (net to owner).
• #VingtLoves: Marrying historic features with impressive volumes and modern-day comforts, plus that amazing location, this property really is one of a kind.
• Freehold included
• Copropriété de 17 lots (Pas de procédure en cours). Charges annuelles : 3728 euros.

Property Ref: PSU527

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

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