A bright 152m² Parisian apartment with four bedrooms on the edge of
the city’s 9th arrondissement in an elegant building of dressed stone
Paris, PARIS paris 75010 FR


The apartment is nestled in the French capital’s Saint-Vincent-de-Paul district, named after Vincent de Paul. The Saint-Lazare close once stood here, where Vincent de Paul set up the headquarters of the Catholic society of apostolic life that he founded: the Congregation of the Mission. The building lies by the square Place Franz-Liszt, not far from the Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est train stations with their extensive transport networks. In this corner of the city, a whole notion of Parisian life unfolds. The district teems with theatres, bohemian cafés, specialist food shops, and trendy restaurants offering fine dishes concocted by young chefs. The famous Saint-Quentin indoor market also stands here. Together, all these gems form a vibrant hub.


This six-floor edifice of dressed stone was built in 1900. It stands out for its many decorative features that are typical of the period when it was made: cornices, pediments with foliage motifs, balconies with stone and wrought-iron guardrails, a facade of rectangles in relief, and a tall wooden entrance door that was masterfully restored by a specialist craftsman.

The apartment lies on the fourth floor. Beyond the building’s double door, a staircase or a lift takes you up to the apartment. You step into a vast hallway. The dwelling’s high ceilings are typical of Haussmannian apartment buildings. The place’s original decoration gives it unique charm and character. It is adorned with stucco, mouldings, cornices, tall double windows with Cremona bolts, marble fireplaces and chevron parquet.

On the right there is a kitchen with a long work surface of oak. The room is spacious enough for you to enjoy meals in it. Beside this kitchen, there is a vast reception room that offers a floor area of over 45m². This room lies in the corner of the building. It is flooded with natural light from its five tall double windows, which have been entirely restored. They are double-glazed and include original Cremona bolts. A white-marble fireplace beneath a gold-framed trumeau mirror stands on one side of this extensive lounge. On the other side, there is a broad set of bookshelves and a large screen that is subtly concealed.

On the inner-court side, the hallway connects to the first two bedrooms. One of these bedrooms was originally designed for the parents in this family apartment and features a spacious walk-in wardrobe. A corridor leads to the other two bedrooms. One of them is large and looks out at treetops. The other is smaller and enjoys the calm of the inner court. The corridor also connects to a shower room with a large walk-in shower, a separate lavatory, and a bathroom with two washbasins, old-style taps and a cast-iron bathtub.

The heating and hot water come from gas provided on a private basis rather than a communal basis. The property includes a cellar in the basement too.

Our opinion

The elegant, well-proportioned facade of this sumptuous edifice heralds an interior of fine quality. It bears witness to a time when each building material was carefully chosen. Inside this splendid apartment, Haussmannian embellishments adorn the dwelling from the floor up to the ceiling. The apartment has been fully restored in the same spirit of excellence as in the property’s period of construction. From one window to another, this bright interior is a viewpoint where you can admire a Parisian vista of treetops and rooftops. This charming city dwelling offers spaciousness, original parquet, well-preserved decorative features, and rooms that connect to each other beneath remarkably high ceilings with refined mouldings. The apartment is nestled up on the building’s fourth floor, so the views outside are clear and the interior is bathed in a rare degree of natural light. The layout is designed to host gatherings. This haven is a welcoming home that is perfectly suited to family life, yet it ensures that each person can enjoy privacy here too.

Exclusive sale

1 820 000 €
Fees at the Vendor’s expense

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Reference 916109

Total floor area 152 m2
Number of rooms 6
Ceiling height 3.08
Reception area 45 m2
Number of bedrooms 4

Number of lots 24
Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses 2512 €

Aucune procédure en cours menée sur le fondement des articles 29-1 A et 29-1 de la loi n°65-557 du 10 juillet 1965 et de l’article L.615-6 du CCH

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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.

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