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For sale in Paris: pied-a-terre on rue des Grands-Augustins, 6th Arrondissement

Renovated 62m2, one-bedroom apartment for sale, located in Paris’ 6th arrondissement just steps from the Seine, offered for 1 260 000 €. Exposed, original 18th century beams and spare, plastered walls give this one-bedroom duplex, located in Saint Germain, the lofty feel of an art gallery. Designed and fully renovated in 2009, this 2nd floor pied-à-terre has incredible light and wonderful volume.

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The main floor entry, with its characteristic terracotta tommette tile, is adjacent to the spacious kitchen. A wide and airy hall leads to the to the combined living room / dining room with its generously high ceilings and an open view over charming rue Christine.

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A custom-designed interior staircase leads from the open living space to a large master bedroom suite above, with an adjoining, spa-like bathroom. Elegant details like stone surfaces, heated towel bars, and double paned windows are of the highest calibre.

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The well-maintained and original 18th century building is located 2 blocks from the Seine river and 1 block from rue Saint-André des Arts, putting it within steps of all the main attractions in Paris.

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Building charges : 2 948 € yearly Property tax : 800 € yearly. 

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A stones throw away… … the Musée du Luxembourg was the first French museum opened to the public; it originally housed the royal collection before that was moved to the Louvre.  Now it is devoted to temporary exhibitions of the finest quality.  The gardens make a pleasant backdrop for people watching as well. … the marché de blvd Raspail, a favorite of the Barefoot Contessa, is open Tuesday through Friday mornings, and on Sunday there is an organic market. … everyone should eat at Le Procope at least once. The oldest restaurant in Paris, operating since 1686, has hosted American dignitaries such as Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. More about the 6th arrondissement

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