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On the left-bank of the river Seine in Paris, at the top of Mount Sainte-Geneviève. This road was the main north-south Gallo-Roman Way known as “Via Superior”, the southern section of old Lutetia’s “Cardo Maximus”. In the Middle-Ages numerous pilgrims used it to made their way to Santiago-de-Compostela. The city gate known as Porte-Saint-Jacques in the wall of Philip II Augustus to be found between Rue-Soufflot and Rue-des-Fossés-Saint-Jacques was knocked down in 1684 and a few years afterwards, this property was built on the same site. A French Order dated 1st April 1620 ordered all of Paris’ printers and booksellers to remain within the University district, around Rue-Saint-Jacques, and not to go any further than Rue-des-Noyers, on pain of death. This student district still has an intellectual character today.
Inside the mansion house
The entrance hall houses a stairway, the five first steps of which are made of stone, then typical of the period, the rest have solid wood nosing and hexagonal terracotta tile treads. The flights of steps, protected by elegant wrought iron railings, go up from the ground floor to the third floor in the central bay of the mansion house, pleasantly illuminated via the facade windows on the courtyard side. A lift provides access all the way up to the third floor from the basement. The ground floor is given over to reception rooms which provide access to the garden. The first floor is designed as a suite. On every floor, the bath and shower rooms are illuminated via windows overlooking the courtyard. Each of the upper floors comprises two bedrooms and a dressing room. The basement houses the machine rooms.
This cosmopolitan, busy, residential Latin Quarter, kept intellectual, lively and young by the abundance of universities, libraries, publishers and booksellers, is just a stone’s throw from Luxembourg Gardens. Living quietly in a building, with listed architecture, its pleasant proportions able to unpretentiously accommodate a large family and its historic features such as Versailles pattern parquet flooring, exposed stone, wrought iron, fireplaces, trumeaux, indoor shutters, and ceilings more than 4m high all bearing the patina of time, can but be considered a luxury. One that, furthermore, is enhanced by sober, contemporary interior decoration and embellished by a superb paved, entrance courtyard and a garden with undreamt-of access.
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19 323 671 € Honoraires exclusHonoraires de 3.5% TTC à la charge de l'acquéreur
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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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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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