a 51 m² Haussmannian flat with a balcony running alongside
Inhabitants of the Bel-Air district, where Avenue-Daumesnil and Avenue-du-Général-Michel-Bizot meet, enjoy a pleasant place to live between the Hausmannian facades and the tree-lined service roads. They can take advantage of numerous first-class shops, several nearby schools and a well-stocked market. A little further away, the city gate of Porte-Dorée and its outstanding palace, one of the most representative of the Art Deco style, Vincennes Wood and Daumesnil Lake are all ideal places for taking a stroll on a Sunday. This district has a good public transport network courtesy of Michel-Bizot (line 8) underground station, numerous bus routes and, a little further away, the T3 tram line.
This 51 m² flat is laid out behind double doors in a star shape. A favourite amongst architects, this layout makes it possible to optimise space. The central entrance hall therefore provides access to every room. At the end, a south-east facing balcony, running alongside with finely wrought iron railings, provides access to a living room and a bedroom. A Prussian wood-burning stove, a real work of art, takes pride of place in the lounge. Set in the wall, fitted with a closing mechanism to keep the heat in and topped with a shelf, this finely wrought object can also be used as a plate-warmer. The ceiling is enhanced with refined stucco decoration. The first bedroom, featuring a white marble fireplace, could also be used as a study, a library or a dining room.
On the courtyard side is a fully fitted kitchen. A second bedroom, a shower room, with an Italian shower, and a separate toilet, complete this flat. First-class renovation works made it possible to preserve numerous original decorative features, starting with the continuous strip pattern parquet flooring, the cornices, fashionable during the Second Empire, and the old doors. All the windows are recent. The openings on the road side have acoustic double glazing for improved sound-proofing.
This flat, on a level with Parisian rooftops, is steeped in copious amounts of daylight and has an unobstructed view of the boulevards. One of the major assets of this typical 19th century flat is, without doubt, the long, narrow, south-east facing balcony running alongside it. This is a delightful place for taking breakfast, whilst listening to the gentle hum of the city below. This flat will immediately appeal to visitors. Its simple but clever layout, its luminosity and its wonderful location between Place-de-la-Nation and Vincennes Wood, make it an unspoilt and comfortable home. The proximity of numerous food shops can but be a bonus.
|Number of rooms||3|
|Number of bedrooms||2|
|Living space||51 m2|
|Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses||2256 €|
Renaud Goalabré +33 1 42 84 80 85
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.