112981DPE75H - PARIS 75016 - Spontini - 3/4 Beds (6 rooms) - 192.75m2 + 2m2 Balcony - See 360 and floor plan - A stone's throw from Place Victor Hugo, superb and well distributed apartment bathed in light through its 17th windows. Offering 3/4 bedrooms for 187.65 m2 Carrez law in the heart of a superbly maintained Haussmann building 'Art Nouveau' style dating back from 1905 with caretaker and hist…
112981DPE75H - PARIS 75016 - Spontini - 3/4 Beds (6 rooms) - 192.75m2 + 2m2 Balcony - See 360 and floor plan - A stone's throw from Place Victor Hugo, superb and well distributed apartment bathed in light through its 17th windows. Offering 3/4 bedrooms for 187.65 m2 Carrez law in the heart of a superbly maintained Haussmann building 'Art Nouveau' style dating back from 1905 with caretaker and historic elevator. Four exposures for this family apartment or independant professionals which includes 4 windows on street side and a further 13 windows distributed on 4 courtyards as well as all the characteristics of the time with ceiling mouldings, original parquet flooring chevron style, 2 working fireplaces and beautiful volumes with 3m2 ceiling height. Historic residence comprising a welcoming entrance hall (25m2) with cloakroom leading to a reception room (29m2) and living room (19m2 or 4th bedroom), a dining room (21m2), master bedroom (16. 65m2) with en suite bathroom and dressing room, 2 further double bedrooms, an independent dining kitchen designed by Veneta Cucini (13.50m2) and fully equiped Villeroy and Boch, 3 additional shower rooms 2 of which have been recently renovated, 3 toilets one of which is independent, 1 distribution hall with storage space and a small 2m2 stone balcony very specific of the facades from early 20th century. A storage room (5m2) on the 6th floor served by a service elevator and a cellar complete this quality apartment situated at the heart of a Paris steeped in history and strategically located between Place Victor Hugo and Square Lamartine, a district that has retained all its charm of yesteryear with its local convenience sores, its famous market and its inevitable cafe, cocktail, brunch, bistro or gourmet cuisine. Parking palce available to rent nearby. - Area details: Weighted 191m2 = 14,764 euros/m2 ; Total living space 195.15m2 = living area 192,75m2 (Carrez law 187.65m2) + Est facing Balcony 2,40m2 ; Lots for sale : Apartment + Cellar (5m2 valued at 2.000 euros/m2) + 6th floor Storeroom (5m2 valued at 40.000 euros)
Miscellaneous: Freehold property renovated last in 2005 andready to move in after some redecoration, exposure E/SW, French windows overlooking the street and the 4 courtyard side, 4th bedroom possible, small private balcony, many custom storage cabinets and cupboards, 3rd floor of 7, two apartments on this floor, secure building with alarm + 24/7 caretaker + reinforced door + digital entry code system, 2 lifts (main and service), high speed fibre optic internet, bicycle and pushchairs storage room, central heating system, no building renovation voted or planned (Latest building renovation: main lift 2008, service lift 2018, zinc roof 2020), 793 ? / month service charge including water and central heating, 2588 ? / year land tax, service bills of approx. 100 euros/month, possibility to rent a parking space nearby (900 ? / quarter), home accessible to persons with disabilities and reduced mobility and also perfect as an office for independent professionals.
Built over 7 floors, this 1905 Haussmann property is located in the area of Porte Dauphine and includes 45 apartments. The residence is constructed on a plot of 705m2 located 300m from Rue de la Pompe metro station (L9) and 380 m from Henri Martin metro station (RER C). Self-service bike system 'Velib' nearby.
16th Arrondissement - With its ornate 19th century buildings, large avenues, prestigious schools and various parks, the arrondissement has long been known as one of French high society's favourite places of residence, comparable to New York's Upper East Side or London's Kensington and Chelsea. It is an elegant area of Paris, which houses important museums such as the Claude Monet Museum and the Palais de Tokyo. In addition to quiet and charming neighbourhoods around Village de Passy and Place Victor Hugo, it offers upscale shopping and Place du Trocadero offers a splendid view of the Eiffel Tower from its trendy cafes. Roland Garros Stadium, where the French Open tennis championship is held, and the Bois de Boulogne, the second-largest public park in Paris, is also located in this arrondissement.