SPECIAL EDITION: Good Things Come in Threes: 1) For Sale: a Studio with a Private Terrace in Le Marrais, 2) Own 50% of a Montmartre Studio and 3) Attend an Expat Financial Seminar
Good things come in threes…and here’s your opportunity to take advantage of any one of these three special announcements!
FOR SALE: STUDIO WITH A PRIVATE TERRACE IN LE MARRAIS!
Located in the heart of Le Marais rue Villehardouin, just steps from Place des Vosges, this bright and airy studio apartment is in excellent, move-in condition. High ceilings and a large private terrace add to the charm.
• Studio apartment of 25.8m2 Loi Carrez
• Private Terrace of 12m2 Loi Carrez
• Large principal room with lots of light
• Equipped kitchen
• Bathroom with tub/shower and sink
• 4th floor with elevator in an ultra-secure building
• Electric heating
• Digicode, Interphone and code protected elevator
• Annual property taxes (foncière) €688
• Annual homeowners fees €1,298
• Annual habitation tax €657
• Repainted in 2014
• Cave included with apartment
• Excellent condition – move-in, rental-ready
Asking price: €369,000 (Reference #020)
For more information email or call John Rule at [email protected], +33 6 09 95 12 08
A 50% FRACTIONAL OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY
There are virtually no fractional ownership shares left on the Paris market, but here’s a highly unusual opportunity to own 50% of a studio apartment in the heart of charming Montmartre!
Featuring…”La Comtesse” (The Countess)
50% Share of a Studio Apartment on rue Yvonne le Tac, Paris, 18th Arrondissement
Just steps from the famous Abbesses Métro station which is highly desirable to tourists because of it’s close proximity to Sacré-Coeur and easy access to the heart of the Montmartre quartier and all its amenities, this charming studio apartment is located just up a short flight of stairs on the courtyard of a 19th-century building.
The Abbesses Métro is less than a one-minute walk from the front door of the apartment. From here you can connect to anywhere in Paris and beyond. A few steps further is the 95 bus which stops at Opéra, the Grands Magazins (Printemps, Galleries Lafayette and others). It travels on to Le Louvre, the Quartier Latin, Gare Montparnasse and the famous flea market at Porte de Vanves. Gare du Nord is just a 10-minute walk from the apartment and from there you can hop the high-speed trains to Brussels, Amsterdam and London as well as the RER trains to Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports!
Here you will find some of the city’s most authentic and desirable cafés, restaurants, boutiques, galleries, wine and cheese merchants. Just tucked-in adjacent to the carousel at the Abbesses Métro station is the Square Jehan Rictus – a tiny park with a 430 square foot mural covered with the words “I love you” (Le Mur des Je t’Aime) in 311 languages…a befitting tribute to l’amour à Paris.
At 21.2 square meters (226 square feet), the apartment is designed brilliantly to house a small separate kitchen, bathroom and toilet. The main room has two large windows with views overlooking the courtyard and the apartment building that faces the street. The exposure is south-facing. The original wood beams are exposed giving it lots of charm and it was decorated by a professional interior designer and was featured in “Country Living” Magazine.
The kitchen is equipped with a small refrigerator and a two-burner stove. The property includes a “cave” and a “débarras” (storage closet) just outside of the entrance in the hall.
About the immediate vicinity…
Montmartre is the last remaining village in Paris. It is the highest point, crowned by the majestic Sacré-Coeur Basilica, which looks grandly out over the entire City of Light. Behind the church and clinging to the hillside below, the narrow, winding cobblestone streets and alleyways seem almost to have survived the relentless march of time. It is easy to understand how this magical setting served as an inspiration to the many famous artists, poets and writers of the past as well as the present.
With a 50% share, you can choose your times of usage with the other owners. There are currently no ‘by-laws’ set in place and therefore you have the privilege of writing them yourselves!
• Digicode entry
• South Facing
• Entry Closet
• First Floor Entry
• Separate kitchen equipped double sink, cupboards, dishes, cooking utensils, refrigerator, two-burner stove, hood fan
• Individual electric heat
• Linens included
• Queen-size bed, parlor table with two chairs, desk and chair, wrought-iron love seat, nesting tables, two mirrors, crystal chandelier, built-in cabinet, side chair
• Bathroom with toilet, sink, tub, shower, mirror, hot water tank
• Ready for Internet, Phone, TV installation
Price of the share: €128,000 + Notarial taxes and fees (approx. 7%)
For more information, contact: [email protected]
AMERICAN EXPAT SEMINAR IN PARIS WITH BRIAN DUNHILL AND SPECIAL GUESTS TANYA UNIACKE AND CAROLE JASKARZEC FROM MONEYCORP
Sponsored by Dunhill Financial and The Adrian Leeds Group
October 8th, 2015
Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
We have new estate tax regulations in Europe, Brussels IV, and this is our platform to properly discuss these changes.
I will host the seminar presented by Brian Dunhill that will go through pertinent subjects for Americans in Paris, followed by the quarterly economic update. There will also be an additional presentation by Tanya Uniacke and Carole Jaskarzec who will discuss “currency conversions” and their firm’s view on the Dollar vs. the Euro in the near future.
October 8th, 2015
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. seminar starts promptly at 6:00 p.m.
Le Café de la Mairie
On the corner of rue des Archives and rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris
(Métro Lines 9, 3 and 11, stations Temple, République or Arts et Métiers)
The economic update will start upon the completion of the Financial Forum at around 7:00. Please feel free to join for one or both of the presentations. Complementary beverages will be served.
Please sign up at: dunhillfinancial.be/events.html
A la prochaine…
P.S. We’re looking for a studio or one bedroom (approximately 30m2) apartment in Paris that needs complete renovation in which we can film a House Hunters International episode! The filming takes place the first few days of October, takes about three hours with a small crew. There is no remuneration, but just the pleasure of seeing your apartment on American TV with millions of viewers! If you have such a property or know if someone who does, please contact me immediately at [email protected]?subject=Apartment_for_HHI