Duplex apartment, top floors

Odéon, PARIS 6e - 249.16 m2


Duplex apartment, top floors

A duplex loft apartment on the 3rd and last floor of a 19th century building with no lift. Laid out like a house, it has an entrance on the 3rd floor; on the 4th floor, a large 50 sqm (538.2 square feet) living space comprising: a large living room with 5.42 m high ceilings, dining area, open equipped kitchen, a second living room with fireplace that could be converted into a guest bedroom, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet, utility room, mezzanine office with 2.35 m high ceiling or extra bedroom; on the 3rd floor: three further bedrooms, bathroom, two dressing rooms, laundry room, and a storeroom measuring more than 7 sqm (square feet). Lots of light and quiet.

Fees payable by the purchaser


Neighborhood Odéon

Drawing up a list of the great names who have occupied the area is somewhat intimidating. Charles Baudelaire was born in rue Hautefeuille, Huysmans in rue Suger, Sarah Bernhardt in rue de l’Ecole de Médecine. Pablo Picasso imagined, designed and painted the monumental Guernica in his superb studio in rue des Grands Augustins. And it’s not possible to count the illustrious (and not so illustrious) personalities who ventured into the private rooms of the astonishing restaurant Lapérouse, which seems to have stepped straight out of the libertine 19th century.

A student and an aristocratic neighbourhood, Odéon is a real rallying point. People meet “under” the Danton statue before going to one of the many cinemas, or one of the no less numerous restaurants. It is halfway between the Sorbonne and the quieter and more bourgeois areas, making it a crossroads, a junction. Which is where Carrefour de l'Odéon, leading to one of the best theatres in the capital, got its name.

A gourmet, lively quarter, it also has a thousand secret and charming places, such as the delightful rue des Quatre Vents, the secret rue de l’Hirondelle, the proud mansions on rue de Savoie or rue Monsieur Le Prince, the medieval Cours de Commerce-Saint André, built alongside the Philippe Auguste wall (the vestiges of a tower can be seen in one of the cafés!). It is just impossible to get bored...

 

Local life:

A neighbourhood for outside living because the streets are swarming with interest. A new film at UGC Odéon; a repeat at Christine Action; a cup of tea at Mariage Frères; a book (or several!) at Gibert; a delicious stop at the Comptoir de l'Odéon, the spearhead of bistronomy; a glass at Editeurs or Hibou; a proud fish dish at La Méditerranée, under the Cocteau fresco; and even stop by the legendary Polidor restaurant, where students and artists have been eating since the early 20th century...

 

Don’t miss:

Be patient and wait at the gates at the bottom of the ravishing rue du Jardinet. Hidden behind them is the Cour de Rohan, one of the most beautiful places in Paris: three successive courtyards dating from the 17th century, which offer what seems to be an unchanged view of the Paris of the Musketeers. Wonderful!

 

 


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District : Neighborhood Odéon

Drawing up a list of the great names who have occupied the area is somewhat intimidating. Charles Baudelaire was born in rue Hautefeuille, Huysmans in rue Suger, Sarah Bernhardt in rue de l’Ecole de Médecine. Pablo Picasso imagined, designed and painted the monumental Guernica in his superb studio in rue des Grands Augustins. And it’s not possible to count the illustrious (and not so illustrious) personalities who ventured into the private rooms of the astonishing restaurant Lapérouse, which seems to have stepped straight out of the libertine 19th century.

A student and an aristocratic neighbourhood, Odéon is a real rallying point. People meet “under” the Danton statue before going to one of the many cinemas, or one of the no less numerous restaurants. It is halfway between the Sorbonne and the quieter and more bourgeois areas, making it a crossroads, a junction. Which is where Carrefour de l'Odéon, leading to one of the best theatres in the capital, got its name.

A gourmet, lively quarter, it also has a thousand secret and charming places, such as the delightful rue des Quatre Vents, the secret rue de l’Hirondelle, the proud mansions on rue de Savoie or rue Monsieur Le Prince, the medieval Cours de Commerce-Saint André, built alongside the Philippe Auguste wall (the vestiges of a tower can be seen in one of the cafés!). It is just impossible to get bored...

 

Local life:

A neighbourhood for outside living because the streets are swarming with interest. A new film at UGC Odéon; a repeat at Christine Action; a cup of tea at Mariage Frères; a book (or several!) at Gibert; a delicious stop at the Comptoir de l'Odéon, the spearhead of bistronomy; a glass at Editeurs or Hibou; a proud fish dish at La Méditerranée, under the Cocteau fresco; and even stop by the legendary Polidor restaurant, where students and artists have been eating since the early 20th century...

 

Don’t miss:

Be patient and wait at the gates at the bottom of the ravishing rue du Jardinet. Hidden behind them is the Cour de Rohan, one of the most beautiful places in Paris: three successive courtyards dating from the 17th century, which offer what seems to be an unchanged view of the Paris of the Musketeers. Wonderful!

 

 


Estate Agent : Ludovic Brabant

+ 33 (0)1.45.55.79.10

+ 33 (0)6.23.58.51.79

lbrabant@agencevarenne.fr

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