In the heart of Paris, an atypical apartment looking like a farmhouse


Do you want to live in the countryside in the heart of Paris? It’s possible. A few nuggets of this style are hidden in the heart of the capital. One of them is near the Montorgueil district (2nd), known for its food shops and restaurants, near Place des Victoires and Rue du Louvre (see map below). An asset for those who appreciate lively neighborhood life. Once inside, “it’s the countryside in the heart of Parissays Manuela Baron, director of the Émile Garcin Rive Gauche agency.

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In a small condominium (24 lots), there is a house-like apartment, 152 m² on the ground (128.24 m² Carrez law) located on the 3rd and last floor of a building built in the 17th century. The interior has something to seduce: a large cathedral living/dining room of 40 m² with 4.6 meters (!) high ceilings, an open kitchen of 15 m², four bedrooms – including one upstairs – and a small living room of 19 m² on the ground which opens onto a beautiful terrace of 20 m². A “rarity for a 17th century property“, underlines the real estate agent.

Rare and romantic apartment

Not to mention that the apartment, which benefits from a triple exposure, is set back from the street since it overlooks a paved and tree-lined courtyard where future buyers can acquire a workshop/premises of more than 40 m². “In absolute calm, this rare and romantic apartment, without vis-à-vis on two levels, looks like a farmhouse. From the cathedral lounge, the view of the sky is remarkable“says Manuela Baron. To access your future apartment, you will only have to rely on your two legs since the building does not have an elevator. Not enough to discourage those who are old enough to climb three floors.

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This purchase “pleasurehas what it takes to attract families with children, both French and foreign, who will be able to take advantage of the proximity of the Palais-Royal garden for weekend walks. “This apartment will charm a clientele sensitive to serenity and the sweetness of life. It’s a favorite purchase”, explains agent Émile Garcin. On the budget side, to offer you this atypical property, you will have to pay nearly 2.5 million euros (2.495 million exactly). That is more than 19,400 euros per m².

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