Located in the romantic heart of the 6th arrondissement just a block from the Place of Saint Germain and a few blocks from the river, this impeccably decorated 50m2, two bedroom, two bathroom residence boasts a 2011 remodel and an absolutely stellar location. This bright and airy apartment is located on the first floor (walk up) of an 18th century stone building. Double glazed windows provide lovely neighborhood views and plenty of light. The modern kitchen is well-designed with everything a modern gourmand requires to to cook or entertain, while the two bathrooms are stunningly designed with polished fixtures and beautiful tile touches. The two bedrooms are are large and well appointed, with plenty of storage space.
50m2 (538 sq ft);
The building was likely a former hôtel particulier and is located along the best part of rue Bonaparte, a historic street that spans from the Quai Voltaire/Quai Malaquais to the Jardin du Luxembourg, crossing the Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the place Saint-Sulpice. The street has housed many of France’s most famous names and institutions as well as other well-known figures from abroad. The street runs through the heart of the fashionable Left Bank and is characterized by a number of ‘hôtels particuliers‘ (grand townhouses) and elegant apartment buildings as well as being bounded by the river at one end and the park at the other. With fifteen buildings or monuments classified as Monument Historique, it has more such listed sites than any other street in the 6th arrondissement. Rue Bonaparte also has many literary associations and contains a number of bookshops, antiquarian booksellers, publishers and art galleries. Its architecture and location have made it one of Paris’ most historic and sought-after residential addresses.
The neighborhood surrounding the apartment is filled with cafés, brasseries, shops and boutiques just outside the building’s entrance, in addition to charming market streets, fabulous food shopping along the Rue de Buci and the acclaimed Musée D’Orsay nearby. Stroll down to the Seine riverfront for romantic sunsets over the water or walk to the local Saint-Germain-des-Prés metro station just one block away for easy access to every corner of the city. The beautiful and charming neighborhood provide the perfect setting for this simple and elegant apartment creating the perfect pied-a-terre or investment property.
Appliances and furnishings available at additional cost.
Paris: 6th arrondissement
Boulevard Saint German, the iconic Parisian thoroughfare of cafés, window-shopping, and romantic nights out, bisects the northern 6th arrondissement. The cozy streets to the north toward the Seine are home to the prestigious art galleries, antique shops and French School of Fine Arts, that give the Left Bank its artistic reputation. The area toward Luxembourg gardens has a more grand and spacious feeling. Don’t be surprised that the property prices in the 6th are also the highest in Paris, with riverfront property in the 6th and 7th priced stratospherically high. If you can afford it, this is ideal real estate for an elegant pied-à-terre in Paris.
Average price: €14,420/m2; +1.5% over one year; +35.7% over 10 years
Still the most expensive real estate in Paris, and the overwhelming favorite of foreign buyers and locals alike. The prices here fluctuate drastically depending on the quality of the property and the building, with record-breaking prices for the exceptional. Expect to pay €18,000/m² to €25,000/m² and up for prime property in the best areas, on the quais, around the Place Saint-Germain des Près, the place Saint-Sulpice and the Luxembourg gardens.
Current Market Prices — 6th arrondissement
|Neighborhood||Price/m2 in euros|
|Monnaie||€ 10,109||€ 14,319||€ 20,692|
|Odeon||€ 10,109||€ 14,319||€ 23,521|
|Notre-Dame-des-Champs||€ 8,698||€ 12,095||€ 17,238|
|Saint-Germain-des-Prés||€ 10,021||€ 14,334||€ 23,283|