An elegant duplex apartment in a magnificent 17th Century residence in the 4th arrondissement of Paris.
This duplex apartment is just a few steps from the Place des Vosges in a very attractive 17th Century building. The light and airy apartment (160 m2) is distributed over the third and fourth floors and enjoys views onto the historic Marais properties and the Paris skyline.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom are located on the third floor level with the large living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and office room on the fourth floor, connected by an internal staircase. The well located apartment is in need of moderate renovation and has great potential.
The 4th arrondissement of Paris is situated on the right bank of the River Seine. It is known for its quaint little streets, cafes and shops. It contains the Renaissance era Paris City Hall, the Renaissance square of Place des Vosges, the Pompidou Centre and the lively southern part of the medieval district of Le Marais.
Le Marais, Île Saint Louis
The 4th arrondissement of Paris is one of its quaintest, yet most bustling. Jam‐packed with shops, cafés, small museums and some the oldest architecture in Paris, a walk through its ancient maze‐like streets is an extraordinary way to spend the day.
Begin your walking tour at the Metro: Saint Paul. With your back to the Seine, take a right out of the metro onto Rue Saint Antoine, walk down a few blocks and then take a right onto Rue Saint Paul, a darling street filled with antique dealers, artisan galleries and bookshops. On the right hand side of the street (when heading toward the Seine) lies the Village Saint Paul. A hidden treasure comprised of a lovely series of interconnected courtyards. Reserved for pedestrians, it’s a quiet and unique place. Well worth the detour.
After you’ve explored the enclosed ‘village’, find your way back to Rue Saint Paul. Heading toward the Seine again, make a right onto Rue Charlemagne, wander along it towards Rue de Nonnains D’Hyères, onto which you will make a left, heading towards the river. These two streets are some of the most ancient in Paris, offering amazing examples of its earliest architecture.
Rental estimate €5,500 per month.
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