This magnificent duplex apartment, on the top two floors of a building from 1860, has all the advantages: elegant common areas and a large elevator serving one apartment per floor. On the fifth floor, we are at the last level, so the apartment has privacy, with no one else coming to this level or higher. This exclusive position is reinforced by the 5th floor balcony (19 m²) and the duplex level on the 6th floor, achieved by the successive acquisition of service rooms. The main exposure is South and West with a year-round sun.
The entrance is a good size, equipped with large closets, but not so large so as to have given up space unnecessarily. One of the reception rooms has been converted into a bedroom, but if it was returned to its original use, it could also benefit from its double doors on the entrance.
The staircase that connects the two levels is a beautiful piece of ironwork made to measure.
The surface totals 147.90 m² + 15.62 m² that is excluded from the official loi carrez measurement. A weighted average of this non-loi carrez space at 50% is 7.81 m² or 155.7 m² of usable space + a balcony of 19 m². Two beautiful cellars come with the apartment.
The apartment is well maintained and has undergone a significant renovation in several phases. Unifying the first level is flooring of solid exotic wood, which covers the original oak herringbone parquet. The heating is individual gas. The building maintenance charges per month are 441 €; the property tax: 1588 € / year. The building has seen its population turn over in this last decade with young families of high social standing, which contributes to a good savoir-vivre in the building, and to its good maintenance also. The trustee is a small firm that has managed the building well for a long time.
Possibility of acquiring boxed parking in the adjacent street for 50 000 €.