In the heart of a charming residential neighborhood with a community vegetable garden in the 19thdistrict of Paris, nestles this magnificent 4-storey house which is completely refurbished with style and taste. On the ground floor there’s a bedroom, an office, a shower room and a separate bathroom.One flight up you find the master bedroom with its own washroom and bathtub, and a separate bathroom. On the top floor the main living space contains a kitchen, dining room and lounge.
The highlight of the dwelling comes next when you walk up to the stunning rooftop terrace, covering 40m². South-facing, with an unobstructed 180-degree view of all the monuments. Paris is at your feet, as you scan from the Sacre Coeur to the gold dome of Les Invalides to the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.
This 1930s detached house has been completely renovated with a multitude of amenities such as afully-equipped kitchen, underfloor heating, and even a jacuzzi on the rooftop. The terrace on the roofoffers a breathtaking view of the entire Parisian cityscape. This is truly an exceptional property that must be seen!
The house is less than a five-minute walk from the Butte-Chaumont municipal park, in a very pleasant and lively area of the 19th arrondissement. Many stores, boutiques and convenient shopsline the immediate vicinity, as well as bars and restaurants. Metro lines 2 and 7 (M2 at the Colonel Fabien stop, M7 at the Buttes-Chaumont stop) are accessible in less than ten minutes on foot.
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Trendy and green residential quarter
Close to the Parc des Buttes-Chaumant
Various cultural offerings nearby +
Quiet office with charming courtyard
Large south-facing roof terrace with unique panoramic view and jacuzzi
Fully equipped kitchen incl. wine cooler
Master bedroom with bright, spacious en-suite bathroom and freestanding tub
High-quality wooden parquet flooring
Comfortable underfloor heating
The 19th arrondissement of Paris is located at the Northeast of the city. Its cultural offer is rich. The district has two conservatories, a philharmonic, museums, theaters, cinemas and several concert halls. It also has multiple sports facilities allowing the practice of rowing, martial arts, athletics,volleyball, wall climbing, boxing and horse riding.
The district has a multitude of green spaces and gardens such as the expansive Buttes-Chaumont green, the Villette park, the Linear forest, the Flandre-Maroc-Tanger garden, as well as communal land to till the earth. A large selection of schools from kindergarten to high school are established nearby.
Finally, the city council is involved in several major projects: extension of the RER E line (EOLEproject), renovation of the Orgues de Flandre, and the Cité Universelle project.