Luxury Paris Apartments For Sale 9th Arrondisssement - 4 Bed, 3 Bath

Saint-Georges Martyrs Haussmannian

9th Arrondissement, Paris, France

4 bed | 3 bath
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Key details

  • Approx size: 230 sq m (2,476 sq ft)
  • Ownership: Freehold
  • Floor level: 3
  • Property Style: Period, Renovation
  • Building type: Apartment
  • No. floors in building: 6
  • Year built: Turn of the Century
  • Orientation: North Facing


  • City views
  • Lift
  • Fireplaces
  • Fitted bathroom
  • Investment
  • Concierge
  • Original features
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Wooden floors

Property overview

A delightful 4 bedroom 3 bathroom apartment for sale in Saint-Georges in the 9th arrondissement, Paris.

This 230 sq m apartment oozes typical Parisian charm. It is located on the third floor of a fine turn of the century building with a caretaker, lift, door entry code and intercom. There are beautiful period features including high ceilings with intricate mouldings, herringbone parquet flooring and fireplaces.

The accommodation is spacious with a 45 sq m living/reception room, over 30 sq m dining room, kitchen with dining facilities, 4 bedrooms, a bathroom, 2 shower rooms and a double cellar.

Regional info

9th Arrondisement

Opéra, Pigalle

How to boil down the 9th arrondissement? Opéra Garnier and Grands Boulevards perform double duties as the stately heart of Haussmann architecture, and veins of avenues swimming with shoppers and carousers. Belle époque era passageways tunnel off the boulevards and ‘Swiss cheese’ the arrondissement. The faubourgs, or “suburbs”, slope up towards the base of Montmartre, where in yesteryear the middle‐class dared not set foot and the poorer working class called home. Arches mimicking the Arc du Triomphe mark where metropolitan Paris stopped and the neer‐do‐well faubourgs began.

Today, the Rue du Faubourg de Montmartre, Rue du Faubourg St. Denis, and Rue du Faubourg Poissoniére are hangouts for hipster students, bobos, and immigrants from southeast Asia and Africa. Tease your tastebuds with artisan ice cream and chicken asses (explained later) on the Rue des Martyrs. Add to your vintage couture collection and enjoy a romantic cuppa tea in an aptly named museum café.

To begin, take metro line 8 to Opéra. Exit to face the dazzling Opéra Garnier. Commissioned by Napoléon III in 1861, the ornately sculpted and gilded building was dedicated to “art, luxury, and pleasure”. The interior ceiling painted by Marc Chagall almost steals the show, and caused outrage when it was painted over the original mural in 1964.


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