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WHETHER BUYING, SELLING OR RENTING
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St Germain des Pres Odeon Place

  • Price: €5 950 000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Size: 177 m2
  • Floor: 2
  • Arrondissement: 6th
  • Area: ST-GERMAIN-DES-PRES
  • Taxes and Fees

  • Annual Building Fees: €7 800
  • Energy Rating:
    Electric EPC/HER: C
    Gas EPC/HER: D
Description

Property for sale

An exceptional home in every way, this large second-floor property is one for truly refined tastes with the most magnificent decor and a prestigious address in the chic Left Bank district of the 6th arrondissement.
• Found in an impressive building dating from 1790, on the historic rue de l'Odeon, this two-bedroom apartment is definitely one with the wow factor.
• With ceilings more than four metres high, it offers volumes of space that are rarely seen in Paris.
• Designed with the highest quality materials, the property features fabulous fireplaces, spectacular chandeliers and much-coveted parquet flooring.
• There is also a secret door, set into a bookcase, that leads into a beautifully-furnished bureau/office.
• Nearby attractions include the Jardin du Luxembourg, iconic cafés such as Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore and the city's oldest church.
• #VingtLoves: This property really is one-of-a-kind - and should you decide to buy as an investment, you'll be guaranteed a high rental return.
• Freehold included.
• Copropriété de 46 lots (NO_Pas_procedur_cours). Charges annuelles : 7800 euros.

Property Ref: PSU931

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

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