Located in the 4th district in the heart of Paris, a short walk to "Le Centre Pompidou" and many other museums, including the Picasso Museum, the Cognac-Jay and the Carnavalet. «Le Centre Pompidou» is not only one of the world's leading museums of modern and contemporary art, but also a top Paris tourist attraction. The studio is in the famous Marais district and adjacent to the area known as "Beaubourg". It is absolutely central to the major Paris attractions and always brimming with life. The area is super dynamic, filled with cafés, bars, restaurants, bakeries and shops of every kind. Nearby is the famous BHV department store. The nearest underground stations are "Hôtel de Ville" (lines 1 and 11) and "Rambuteau (line 11) This apartment is contained in an exceptionally well-maintained 17th Century security building. It is well optimized in terms of layout, offering a spacious living area with a street view. There is a trundle bed with quality Italian mattresses which serves as a sofa or single bed by day and can convert to a 170 cm x 200 cm queen-sized bed by night. There is also a two-seater sofa. The separate kitchen has windows to the courtyard assuring that the apartment is always fresh and well-ventilated. The large bathroom includes a bidet and a generous bathtub, which are rare in Paris. It is located on the 2nd floor. Conveniently located in a very dynamic and historic part of Paris. It has state-of the art electric heating and fibre-optic wifi and cable TV.
The 18th century walk up building is equipped with : security code, intercom.
Updated by the owner on 8/19/2022
Theoretical annual spend for all energy uses: 1260 €
Base year of energy prices used to develop this estimate: 2021
Housing with excessive energy consumption, measured at 495 KWH/m²/year. The energy consumption of the housing must not exceed, as from January 1, 2028, the threshold fixed in I of the article L. 173-2 of the same code.
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