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Apartment Information

Total n° of Rooms:  2
Size:  47 m2 / 505.91 sq ft

Floor:  2

N° of Bedrooms:  1

N° of Bathrooms:  1

Kitchen:  Open to living room

Fireplace:  Yes

General Condition:   Good

Elevator:  No

Rue de Picardie

SALE PRICE: € 575,000
1 bed, 1 bath: charming, 47 m2 renovated apartment with original beams and fireplace near Square du Temple

Just steps from charming rue Bretagne and Square du Temple, this property is the perfect mix of antiquity and modern.  Located on a quiet street with three massive windows overlooking the street, while the bedroom overlooks a quiet courtyard. This 2nd floor apartment (no elevator) provides a tranquil oasis in the heart of the bustling Marais.  High ceilings with original beams and stone fireplace contrast nicely with the modern kitchen and bath.

Located in the best part of the Marais, just steps to all the charming and historic sites in central Paris.  Perfect as an investment property or as a pied-a-terre.


Sale Price: € 575,000

Average price: € 11,706/m2; +5.9% over one year; 56% over 10 years.

The Marais is the 3rd most expensive area in Paris, after the 6th and the 7th. There is still good value in the lively, village-like part of the Marais when compared to Saint Germain de Prés. Look to the neighborhoods in the Village Saint Paul and north of the Place de Vosges for the rare, quieter streets. Prices can top €21,000/m² for the Ile St Louis, where tourists have nearly eliminated much of the neighborhood feeling and may someday dampen its appeal, but that day has yet to come.  Average price:  11,706 € /m2, ranging from 8,120 € to 18,837 € depending on the area.

The heart of the Marais, the 4th arrondissement has had many incarnations through the centuries, alternating between aristocratic hotspot to Jewish ghetto then back again, and to its present hip and trendy status. The changing social fabric and narrow, crowded streets of the Marais spared it the bulldozer of Baron Haussmann, making it one of the few areas in Paris where Renaissance through 18th century architecture still abounds. The Ã┼Żle Saint Louis, which defines this arrondissement's southern edge, is the oldest part of Paris, where the city first began.

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