In the midst of the Jules-Joffrin district’s Square-Clignancourt,
a 101 m² flat, with a balcony, and a 21 m² studio flat
Paris, PARIS paris 75018 FR


Square-Clignancourt comprises buildings constructed of brick and stone, created by architect Paul-Morice. They are set out around public gardens which, since 2007, have been known as Square-Maurice-Kriegel-Valrimont.
The gardens are a verdant haven of peace with a children’s playground and a music stand. It is planted with some outstanding trees. An 18 m tall China fir, its trunk measuring more than 2 m in circumference, was planted in 1910. It dominates pagoda, paulownia, lime, hornbeam, maple, chestnut, cherry plum and oak trees as well as a Constantinople hazel, a flowering cherry and a wild cherry tree. There are also masses of little shrubs including aucuba, privet, yew and boxwood.
The nearest underground station is Jules-Joffrin on line 12.


This 101 m² quiet, sunny flat, with a balcony, looks out over the public gardens.
Laid out on the second floor, reached via a lift, it is part of a dressed stone and brick building protected by an interphone-video security system.
It comprises an entrance hall, a double living room, with a south-east facing balcony, a kitchen with built-in units, two bedrooms, one of which has its own shower room, a bathroom and a separate toilet.
Some of its wonderful decorative features include oak wood parquet flooring, moulding, a fireplace and stained-glass windows.
This recently renovated flat is in pristine condition.
It comes with a 12 m² studio flat on the seventh floor, reached via a lift. This staff bedroom is fitted with a shower room, a kitchen area and a separate toilet.

The flat

The landing door opens into a bright, spacious vestibule. Double doors, enhanced with stained-glass windows, provide access to a double living room, steeped in light via two large French windows opening, one, on to a balcony big enough to take a table and two chairs, the other, on to a little balcony. The living room walls are lined with moulded panelling. The floor is covered with herringbone pattern, oak wood parquet flooring. At the end of the room, a marble fireplace with a cast iron fireback is topped with a mirror trumeau.
Opposite the living room in the entrance hall is a kitchen, large enough to include an eating area. Its built-in units are made of solid wood. The floor is covered with stoneware tiles, work surfaces are made of granite and windows are glazed with stained glass. It also has a back door.
A corridor leads from the vestibule to the area devoted to bedrooms.
The first section of the corridor, set at right angles, comprises three floor-to-ceiling cupboards. Further along, the corridor is lined on one side with a long low bookshelf unit.
The first bedroom, overlooking the courtyard via a stained-glass window, has its own shower room. It is followed by a toilet and a bathroom, with a very large bath (140x90 cm) and a wash-hand basin set in a wooden vanity unit. The second bedroom, at the end of the corridor, also overlooks the courtyard. It is fitted with a number of cupboards.
The bedroom doors are topped with stained-glass fanlights. The floors are laid with strip pattern, oak wood parquet flooring.

The studio flat

This 12 m² staff bedroom is on the 7th floor, reached via a lift. It includes a small kitchen area, a shower room and a separate toilet.
It has an unobstructed view over the rooftops of Paris.

Our opinion

This flat is in a very good state of repair throughout. It was fully renovated in 2018 using quality materials. It is ready to accommodate new owners seeking a tranquil home in a quiet, verdant part of Paris.

1 390 000 €
Fees at the Vendor’s expense

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Reference 385578

Number of rooms 4
Number of bedrooms 2
Possible number of bedrooms 3
Living space102 m2
Surface Maid's room12 m2
Surface Cellar8 m2

Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses 4400 €

French Energy Performance Diagnosis


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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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