2-bed, 1-bath, Apartment for sale in Paris 4th arrondissement, Rue Quincampoix, € 693,000
- 2 bed, 1 bath
- 3rd floorwithout elevator
- 4th Arrondissement
Its efficient layout with high ceilings, and two-bedrooms, making the property perfect for rental investment.
Its efficient layout offers a generous main living / dining space with high ceilings and a modern, renovated kitchen that can be left enclosed, or opened to the main living space.
No renovation needs to be done, but a second bath could easily be added to the master bedroom giving each of the two bedrooms its own en-suite bath. The property has an abundance of historical charm with white washed beams, large windows and a fireplace. The modern, renovated kitchen can be left enclosed, or opened to the main living space. The apartment overlooks similar elegant, historical 17th century properties lining the narrow pedestrian street.
From the imposing stone façade with its iron balconette railings, the well-maintained building takes you back in time with its historical charm. The generous staircase features polished old wood and charming red tomette tiles. The stairway is lit by large windows, and overlooks a leafy courtyard.
Situated in one of the city’s most desired neighborhoods in the Marais, on a quiet pedestrian street, this property provides the perfect combination of luxury, space and location. The ancient stone building dates from the 17th century and is located on one of the oldest streets in the historic center of Paris. The charming street is lined with historical mansions, and the streets surrounding it offer world-class restaurants, cafes, museums and boutiques steps from the prestigious address.
Perfect as a pied-a-terre or investment property. Rental estimate 3200 EUR per month.
• Perfectly situated in the historic centre of Paris
• Close to fantastic bars and restaurants
• Pedestrian street
• Great transport for airports and Eurostar
• Wonderful floor plan and zero renovation
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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.