The Best Address in Paris
Place des Vosges…the most desirable address in Paris
September 4, 2008
Bonjour French Property Insider Subscriber,
Today is the 14th anniversary of my life in Paris. And when I look back, it’s amazing how RIGHT living in Paris was my life. Owning property here is what has made it exciting and fulfilling…it’s what I want for all of you, too.
Today, we have a very exciting project to announce — a Fractional Ownership property ON THE PLACE DES VOSGES that WE are developing and offering to you readers! You are the first to know about it, so don’t miss learning more about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Paris’ finest address!
Anyone purchasing a share in the "Palace des Vosges" may attend the Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conference FREE…so even if you buy after you attended, your fee will be refunded! What a deal!
There is new information on Paris property prices, wealth tax and a host of articles to keep you abreast of what’s new on the property scene in France.
We’ve included some great properties NEAR the Place des Vosges, since finding one on it is near to impossible…but we did it, and a piece of it could be yours!
Read all about it in today’s issue of FPI. Happy "La Rentrée"…
Editor, French Property Insider
Email: [email protected]
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Volume VI, Issue 36, September 4, 2008
In this issue:
* Owning a Piece of Place des Vosges
* History of Place des Vosges
* Paris Property Prices on the Rise
* The End of French Wealth Tax?
* Tourist Property in France Still a Good Investment
* Milling About the Loire Valley
* Paris Property Opportunities
* Keeping it in the Family
* French Property Fractional Offerings — NEW! Le Palace des Vosges
* Next Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conference – Paris October 11-12, 2008
* FPI Property Consultation, Search and Relocation Solutions
* Today’s Currency Update from Moneycorp
* Next Parler Paris Après-Midi: September 9, 2008
* Hot Property Picks: Best "Place" to Live in Paris
* Leasebacks: Jardins d’Arvor, France, Brittany / Normandy, Benodet
* Managing Your FPI Subscription
* Classified Advertising: Parler Paris Apartments — L’Aubergine
How Would You Like to Own a Piece of the Place des Vosges?
By Adrian Leeds
I can’t sleep at nights. Visions of red brick, vaulted ceilings, lush gardens, lovely stuary and the opulence of the life of Marie-Antoinette dance in my head. Why?
"Le Palace des Vosges"…that’s why.
A couple months ago we found this AMAZING "maison" — more of a house in the country than an apartment in Paris, right smack dab in the middle of Paris’ most elegant square — the Place des Vosges.
If you don’t know it, the square, located in Le Marais, in the 4th arrondissement, is the BEST ADDRESS in town. Nothing comes close! Living on the square is as elegant and special as any address could be.
The Place is more than 400 years old. (Scroll down to read more about its history.) Jackson Square in New Orleans was fashioned afte
r it, so for me, it
feels like home. The history is filled with intrigue, having once been a private gated community for the rich and famous. It’s the center of Marais life and it gets more beautiful with each passing moment.
There have been lots of prestigious residents of the Place des Vosges over the years, including Jack Lang, the Minister of Culture, currently at number 17. Then, check these out:
* No. 1bis Madame de Sevigné was born here
* No. 6 Victor Hugo from 1832 – 1848, in what was then the Hôtel de Rohan-Guéménée, now a Ville de Paris-managed museum devoted to his memory
* No. 7 Sully, Henri IV’s great minister
* No. 8 poet Théophile Gautier and writer Alphonse Daudet
* No. 9 (Hôtel de Chaulnes) the Academy of Architecture
* No. 11 occupied from 1639-1648 by the courtesan Marion Delorme
* No. 14 (Hôtel de la Rivière). Its ceilings painted by Lebrun are reinstalled in the Musée Carnavalet
* No. 17 former residence of Bossuet
* No. 21 Cardinal Richelieu from 1615 – 1627
And, guess what? You could be among them!!!
Finding an apartment for sale in the Place des Vosges is virtually impossible. But we did it. And this one is the ‘jewel in the crown.’
It’s located on the courtyard adjacent to the Michelin-rated three-star restaurant, L’Ambroisie, at number 9, just one door down from the entrance to the gardens of the Hôtel de Sully. You must have a code to enter, so don’t even try, or the Concierge will send you scurrying out!
Once you enter, you will discover a cobble stoned courtyard, statuary in the center, the windows of Amboisie on the right, windows of the Hôtel de Sully on the left and an art gallery straight ahead. Keep walking and turn down the little road on your left. It winds down what feels like a country lane to another courtyard, planted with roses, more statuary and on it sits an atelier, several small houses, a few garages and two walls of windows four meters high in the corner.
THAT’S THE "PALACE DES VOSGES"…our name for our very own Fractional Ownership property.
You are the first to know about this and soon we’ll broadcast more information in greater detail, but this is your chance to own one (or more) fractions of what will be the most luxurious and most elegant fractional property in Paris! Let me tell you just a bit about it…
The offer was accepted just this past week and within two or three weeks, the "Promesse de Vente" will be signed! By the end of December, the Acte de Vente will take place and the property will be owned by up to 13 different and very lucky owners, each one with four weeks of usage, to be purely rotational in two-week increments!
One of the lucky owners could be you…
It’s 84 square meters with two bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms and a powder room will be added. The property comes with two closed parking garages — one will become storage units for all of the owners and the other reserved for parking a car. (Can you imagine — a parking space IN the Place des Vosges!?)
You enter through the main door which is part of four meters of glass panes into a large and spacious living room/dining room/kitchen that has huge 400 year-old beams and stone…yes, stone…floors. The ceilings are at least four meters high. There is a stone spiral staircase that leads to the upper bedroom/bath and a small staircase that leads to the lower bedroom/bath. Both bedrooms have spacious baths and share the perpendicular wall of glass panes. The lower bedroom has an entry to a finished tiled cellar (!) and the upper bedroom has an oval window that overlooks the main living area.
The view from the windows looks onto the courtyard and has a perfect view of the Hôtel de Sully…stunning! There is the possibility of privatizing the entry by using plants to make an enclosed patio. We have plans to add a fireplace, improve the windows and garage doors and totally renovate and decorate the property to maximum luxury.
Martine di Matteo, our Interior Architect, and I are making a trip tomorrow to the semi-annual trade fair, Maison et Objet, where we will be searching for just the right dressings. I don’t want to divulge our ideas now, but trust me…the entire apartment will be total "eye candy!" We will stop at nothing to make it perfect…something of which every owner will be hugely proud and LOVE lavishing in.
We’re so excited, we can’t stand it! And you’re the first to know about it.
Shares will start at under 130,000€ for the first to commit to a share and the price increases as the shares are sold. So, you will want to be the first on board not to miss out on this special opportunity. If you compare the price with out fractional property on the market, you will find it’s less than others less desirable!
Anyone who purchases a share may attend the Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conference absolutely FREE! And if you attend and then decide to buy, your registration fee will be refunded.
If you are even remotely interested, I suggest you contact us NOW. You will be put on a special mailing list to receive more information and a reservation contract. The first to buy will benefit from choosing the best usage dates and the lowest prices.
If you don’t get a response immediately, it’
s because we’re
busy preparing all the details for you…so have patience, but let us know you want to be one of the lucky 13!
Email: [email protected]
Place des Vosges
From Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia
The Place des Vosges is the oldest square in Paris. It is located in le Marais, and is part of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of Paris.
Originally known as the Place Royale, the Place des Vosges was built by Henri IV from 1605 to 1612. A true square (140 m x 140 m), it embodied the first European program of royal city planning. It was built on the site of the Hôtel des Tournelles and its gardens: at a tournament at the Tournelles, a royal residence, Henri II was wounded and died. Catherine de Medicis had the Gothic pile demolished, and she removed to the Louvre.
The Place des Vosges, inaugurated in 1612 with a grand carrousel to celebrate the wedding of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, is the prototype of all the residential squares of European cities that were to come. What was new about the Place Royale in 1612 was that the house fronts were all built to the same design, probably by Baptiste du Cerceau, of red brick with strips of stone quoins over vaulted arcades that stand on square pillars. The steeply-pitched blue slate roofs are pierced with discreet small-paned dormers above the pedimented dormers that stand upon the cornices. Only the north range was built with the vaulted ceilings that the "galleries" were meant to have. Two pavilions that rise higher than the unified roofline of the square center the north and south faces and offer access to the square through triple arches. Though they are designated the Pavilion of the King and of the Queen, no royal personage has ever lived in the aristocratic square. The Place des Vosges initiated subsequent developments of Paris that created a suitable urban background for the French aristocracy.
Before the square was completed Henri ordered the Place Dauphine to be laid out. Within a mere five-year period the king oversaw an unmatched building scheme for the ravaged medieval city: additions to the Louvre, the Pont Neuf, and the Hôpital Saint Louis as well as the two royal squares.
One of Cortot’s four fountains, 1825.
One of Cortot’s four fountains, 1825.
Cardinal Richelieu had an equestrian bronze of Louis XIII erected in the center (there were no garden plots until 1680). The original was melted down in the Revolution; the present version, begun in 1818 by Louis Dupaty and completed by Jean-Pierre Cortot, replaced it in 1825. The square was renamed in 1799 when the département of the Vosges became the first to pay taxes supporting a campaign of the Revolutionary army. The Restoration returned the old royal name, but the short-lived Second Republic restored the revolutionary one in 1848.
East side of the Place des Vosges
East side of the Place des Vosges
Today the square is planted with a bosquet of mature lindens set in grass and gravel, surrounded by clipped lindens.
May 2007 to May 2008, Paris Property Prices Continue to Rise
By Adrian Leeds
Statistics Provided by the Chambre des Notaires de Paris
Over the course of second quarter, from March to May 2008, Paris resale property sales were down by 7% and over the course of the year, May 2007 to May 2008, down by 20%.
The volume of sales may be down, but the prices continue to climb. For the year, prices in Paris rose 9.4%
Ile-de-France didn’t fare quite as well as Paris, with a loss in sales volume for the quarter at the same 7%, but a loss for the year of 14%. Still, prices rose 4.8% over the course of the year for all resale properties on the Ile-de-France.
For the first time since 1999, the annual evolution of home prices fell in two Ile-de-France departments, while all others continue to increase.
French Business Lobby Head Calls For Wealth Tax End
By Nathalie Boschat, Dow Jones Newswires
The head of French business lobby Medef, Laurence Parisot, Tuesday called for the country’s wealth tax to be dropped.
In an interview with French TV station BFM, Parisot said such a measure would help boost corporate investments.
Dropping the wealth tax would be "the best way to retain investors in our country and those who left our country," Parisot said.
corporate investments, she
said the wealth tax "has damaged us a lot" and noted that even the socialist government in Spain had dropped its wealth tax in the face of economic headwinds.
In an interview Monday with French business daily La Tribune, French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde said she was considering a lower wealth tax, but later French Prime Minister Francois Fillon denied there was any such plan.
French Tourism ‘Still Doing Well’
In news that may interest those looking at buying into tourist rental property in France, a minister has said the country has managed to sustain its visitor numbers much better than many of its neighbors.
Junior tourism minister Herve Novelli said the country had seen less Americans this summer because of the weak dollar and less Chinese visitors because they were hosting the Olympics, Forbes reports.
However, he continued, more Middle Eastern holidaymakers had come to France, boosting numbers, while tourists from other European countries – including Britain – have remained loyal.
Such news may be a good indicator that the credit crunch has not depressed this market and that France remains very popular both as a tourist destination and a place to buy property.
French property remained the most favored choice for UK overseas buyers last year, accounting for 25.4 per cent of such purchases, according to figures from the Association of International Property Professionals.
Renovating a French Mill
By Emily Badger
Photo by Richard L. Harbus for The New York Times
On the road leaving Saumur, a Loire Valley town whose closest train station is 30 minutes from here, first the people disappear, and then the houses in the surrounding valley, and soon there aren’t even other cars around.
The area feels removed from modernity in both distance and time — only 96 people live here, with some residents claiming lineage back to Napoleon’s mother. The church dates to the 12th century, the castle to the 15th, and an outlying mill to the 18th.
It is an ideal hideout for a man on the run from “modernist ideologues,” said Jonathan Scott Robinson, an American painter, referring to the architect Frank Gehry and his modern structures. It was in 1991 that Mr. Robinson, 55, bought the mill, named Moulin Bregéon, to serve as his art studio and home.
He originally paid about $80,000 for the three-story building, where all of the town’s flour was once ground for bread, but which had since been abandoned. The mill wheel was sitting, unused, in the little Lathan River, which runs under the structure. An elderly man was living on the property alone, with his seven goats…
To read the entire article visit http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/03/greathomesanddestinations/03gh-france.html?_r=1&oref=slogin
New Property Investment Opportunities in Paris
Properties in France may not be an investment opportunity UK investors have considered in the past, so TheMoveChannel.com (http://france.themovechannel.com/) provides an overview of Paris and its culture.
Area: 86.9 km²
Currency: € Euro
Official Language: French
Telephone Code: +33 1
Situated on the River Seine in Northern France, at the heart of the Île-de-France region, Paris is the country’s largest and most populous city.
With the fifth largest city economy in the world, Paris is the business pulse of France, accounting for more than a quarter of the national GDP.
Paris is known as La Ville-lumiére (The City of Light), a name it owes both to its fame as a center of education, science and arts and as a reference to its early adoption of street lighting.
Having a colorful and well documented past, Paris was the center
the French Revolution in the 18th century, recovered from cholera in the 19th century and survived two world wars in the 20th century.
What’s the Attraction?
With a history of revolts, diseases and wars, modern day Paris is popular and extremely vibrant, with Parisians very proud of their coveted city, which is visited by more tourists than any other destination in the world.
The city is renowned for its museums and monuments with the Louvre one of the largest and most famous museums, housing many works of art, including the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo statue.
Disneyland Resort Paris is another major tourist attraction not only for visitors to Paris, but to Europe as well, with an estimated 14.5 million visiting it in 2007.
The city is renowned for its nightlife, with a stream of bars, clubs and numerous cafés peppering the streets. There are also theaters, opera houses and the Moulin Rouge cancan shows, reliving the 1920’s when Paris was the place to be for cabaret entertainment.
Paris has many famous and historic structures, with the iconic Eiffel Tower being the most recognized and visited attraction in the city. Named after its designer, engineer Gustave Eiffel, the Eiffel Tower is the tallest building in Paris. The structure took two years to build and after it was completed in 1889, it was criticized heavily by the public who perceived it as an eyesore.
The tower had an original permit to stand for 20 years, after which the City of Paris had planned to tear it down but as the tower became more popular and valuable, it was allowed to remain after its permits expiration date.
The Arc de Triomphe is another famous symbol of Paris and honors those who fought for France, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars. On the inside and the top of the arc there is a list of generals and the wars that France fought.
The Notre Dame de Paris is another popular piece of Paris. The cathedral is widely considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture in the world. It is still used as a Roman Catholic cathedral and is the seat of the Archbishop of Paris. The name Notre Dame means "Our Lady" in French.
Infrastructure and Investment
Recent research by Global Property Guide indicated that this year, per sq. m. prices in Paris are around €8,260 to €11,544, making it one of the most expensive cities in the world to buy property in.
Apartment prices average €10,485 per sq. m. and a 120 sq. m. apartment now costs €10,014 per sq. m. compared to €6,667 per sq. m. a year ago. Apartments in Paris that are 200 sq. m. and above are the most expensive, starting at around €13,087 per sq. m.
Using figures from the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) – apartment prices in Paris from 2000 to 2005 rose by 76.4%, which was lower than the 86% recorded for the entire country.
As an extremely business orientated city, the public transport in Paris is first class. It has the world renowned Métro and is also serviced by a modern motorway and freeway system, a high-speed train network and two major airports.
Property in France: Keep it in la Famille Now and For Ever
French law is more than un peu compliqué when it comes to inheriting property, so think ahead, advises Miranda Ingram.
Sheila and Ian Holmes fulfilled an ambition last December when they bought a long-neglected property near the popular cathedral city of Coutances, a stone’s throw from the Normandy beaches. "We had looked at property in France for a few years," Ian says. "We came across this dilapidated stone and timber house with a third of an acre of land and a stone barn which we both fell in love with immediately. We bought it on first viewing." Ian, 55, a company director, and his wife Sheila, 57, plan to spend as much time as they can doing it up, so they can sell their house in Selby, North Yorkshire, and buy a smaller home in Britain in order to enjoy a "semi-retirement" split between the two properties…
To read the entire article, visit http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/main
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October 11-12, 2008
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If you’ve always dreamed of spending more time in France, enjoying a "pied-à-terre" of your own in Paris that you can profitably rent when you like, or just make a smart investment in the strong Euro by owning property in France…then this power-packed conference is a MUST. There is no doubt, from the hundreds of others who have attended conferences of this kind and fulfilled their dreams…this weekend in Paris will point you in the right direction to really make it happen!
You will discover…
* Why Invest in Property in France?
* How to Minimize Your Tax and Maximize the Benefits!
* How to Find Your Dream Apartment in Paris or Home in the Country!
* How to Buy and Own Property in France!
* How to Obtain a Mortgage in France!
* How to Reduce Your Currency Exchange Risk!
* How to Learn More About the Best Kept Secret in Offshore Banking and Investing!
* How to Renovate and Rent Your French Property for Profit!
* Plus, answer all the rest of your questions during a Q and A panel with the presenters!
You’ll have an opportunity to ask questions and learn all you’ll need to know to make your dream to live in France come true or how to take part in the profits of owning property there.
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HOT PROPERTY PICKS: Best "Place" to Live in Paris
Each week French Property Insider features a range of properties which we believe are on the market at the time of writing. These properties are featured in order to give readers a sample of what is currently available and a working example of prices being asked in various regions of France and districts of Paris.
As we are not a real estate agency. These properties do not constitute a sales listing. For those readers seriously interested in finding property in Paris or France, you can retain our services to do the whole thing for you. For more information, visit http://www.adrianleeds.com/frenchproperty/consultation
***Paris, 4th Arrondissement, 3 rooms, approx. 85m²
Near Place des Vosges, three room apartment on the third floor. Includes American-style kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom, bathroom and toilet. Features beams and a fireplace. Quiet, bright and full of charm.
Asking Price: 900,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee
***Paris, 4th Arrondissement, 3 rooms, approx. 95m²
Located in the Place des Vosges area, this superb apartment is in a beautiful building from the 17th century on the third floor with elevator, and has a view on the Pavillon du Roi. Large living room with exposed beams and stone walls, fireplace and tiles with 3m high ceilings. Large bedroom, with space for office and walk-in closet, bathroom, a southern facing terrace and air conditioning.
Asking Price: 1,160,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee
***Paris, 4th Arrondissement, 5 rooms, approx. 145m²
This Place des Vosges apartment features high ceilings, wood floors, moldings and a fireplace. Includes living room, dining room, three bedrooms, bathroom with shower, two toilets, separate, fully equipped kitchen, cellar.
Asking Price: 3,150,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee
LEASEBACK NEWS FROM IMOINVEST
France, Brittany / Normandy, Benodet
Studio 20m² to 25m² €104,000 to €130,000
One Bedroom 25m² to 30m² €130,000 to €156,000
Two Bedrooms 30m² to 40m² €156,000 to €208,000
Three Bedrooms 40m² to 60m² €208,000 to €312,000
Four Bedrooms or More 60m² to 90m² €312,000 to €468,000
GUARANTEED RENTAL INCOME UP TO: 4.00%
Located in South Finistere only 15km away from Quimper, on the left bank of the Odet, Benodet marks the border between the ‘Fouesnantais’ and ‘Bigouden’ regions. On the ocean side, Benodet has an exceptional heritage shaped by man and the sea. Landscapes which hug the Cornish horizon, fine sandy beaches, a sheltered bay and, only a short distance away, the Glenan Islands. On the river side, the Odet draws its strength and character from its steep banks where old oak trees bask in the sun.
The residence is ideally located approximately 100m from the beach and not far from the area’s top of the line casino and thalassotherapy center. This very rare project will comprise spacious 134 apartments from studios to four bedrooms. Residence facilities include two pools indoor and outdoor, hammam, Jacuzzi, sauna, and fitness center, bicycle room, laundry and parking.
New development, guaranteed rental income, personal use options and extremely fair prices – this leaseback ticks all the boxes!
Prices starting from 105,000 euros present a very interesting investment opportunity for this highly sought after area of France. The delivery date is planned for June 2010 and a rental income up to 4% is guaranteed by the Lease. Excellent facilities make this not only a fantastic investment opportunity but also an excellent vacation solution for owners and their families.
Key Investment Points:
- New build therefore reduced French Stamp tax
– Guaranteed rental income for the life of the commercial lease
– Personal use options
– 100 metres from the beach
– Prices starting from 105,000 euros!
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