appartments for sale batignolles district in france

An astonishing 3-storey family flat, like a house, with a terrace
and garden access, in the midst of the Batignolles district
Paris, PARIS paris 75017 FR


The district of Batignolles, in Paris’ 17th arrondissement, experienced a very active cultural life in the second half of the 19th century, lived in as it was by great writers such as Paul-Verlaine, Stéphane-Mallarmé and Emile-Zola. Painters Sisley and Manet were also regular visitors to the district and its cafés. Today, the village character still remains, with restaurants, shops and numerous public establishments including the town hall, schools and a nursery.


The entrance door to the building, protected by numerical keypad and interphone security systems, leads to the stairway providing access to the floors, to the garden and to the front door of this flat, spanning almost 200 m².
The door opens into the first reception area composed of a fully fitted kitchen, big enough to take an eating area, and a dining room that opens on to the garden. A study at the end could suit someone seeking to work from home courtesy of its door leading directly outside.
The interior stairway, designed to harmonise with the rooms and let light through, leads upstairs.
The first floor is cosier, with a lounge extended by a 19 m² terrace as well as a study and reading area. A door provides access to the master suite comprising a bedroom, a bathroom, a dressing room and a small lounge. The study area and the master suite lounge could easily be transformed into additional bedrooms should the size of the family so require.
The second floor houses two more bedrooms and two shower rooms.
The lower level is given over to relaxation and fitness. A vaulted cellar, revealing its original walls, houses a hammam, a shower room, a laundry room and a boiler room.
Vacant possession will be available as of July 2019.

The 3-storey flat

This flat was fully renovated in 2006 by a renowned architect with the aim of prioritising space and clarity.

Ground floor
The front door opens into the first reception area, spanning almost 40 m². A fully fitted kitchen features a central unit where meals can be taken and a large work surface covered with granite from Zimbabwe. An adjoining dining room communicates with the garden via wide windows and a private door, all made of glass and steel.
The especially wrought, central, interior stairway is made of oak wood and steel. It guarantees luminosity, letting light through as far as the study. The latter, with an independent entrance, could be ideal for someone wishing to work from home.

First floor
The landing provides access to two cosier lounges. One is used for reading and has a bookshelf unit and a study area, the other is bigger, almost 20 m², and is extended by a 19 m² terrace. Large, sliding doors, made of glass and steel to match the stairway, can be used to provide privacy in these two rooms.
The oak wood, wide strip pattern flooring contributes to the warmth and elegance of the premises.
Another door opens into the master suite comprising a separate toilet, a bathroom, a dressing room, a bedroom and a little lounge. The architect’s plan originally showed this lounge as a second bedroom.

Second floor
The stairway leads to the second floor where the landing provides access to another two bedrooms and two shower rooms.
One of these bedrooms is currently laid out as a self-contained studio flat courtesy of its independent entrance opening on to the building stairwell.

Lower Level 1
Courtesy of its full rehabilitation works, this level now comprises a relaxation area, spanning almost 40 m². It comprises a vaulted room, with exposed stone walls, a 20 m² multimedia or relaxation room, a hammam with a shower and a toilet.
A laundry room and a machine room are also on this level.

Our opinion

Paris has, like this, little miracles of reconciliation between flat and house, between interior areas and outdoor extensions. The middle-class Batignolles district abounds in well-constructed properties and exudes a pleasant village way of life. This 3-storey flat has been cleverly designed so that it is easy to move around and is extremely bright courtesy of its glazed partition walls and its airy stairway. A large terrace dominates the garden. It is almost as if the co-owned building did not exist. And the layout resulting from meticulous renovation works could be adapted to suit new family configurations.

Exclusive sale

2 365 000 €
Honoraires à la charge du vendeur

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Reference 425789

Number of rooms 9
Number of bedrooms 3
Possible number of bedrooms 5
Reception area51.50 m2
Living space202.30 m2
Surface Terrace19 m2

Number of lots 15
Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses 4900 €

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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