PARIS 75004, Ile Saint Louis, rare 79m2 artist's studio loft style property exceptionally quiet with exposed stones (see 360, Video and plan) composed of 3 rooms (2 bedroom) + Mezzanine, on the ground floor of a 1643 historic building situated on the rive, Paris, Paris - Île-de-France
PARIS 75004 - Ile Saint-Louis - 2 Bedrooms (3 rooms + Mezzanine 78.99m2 Check 360, Video and floor plan - At the heart of an historic 1643 building located by the Seine river, this atypical loft 'Atelier d'artiste' style is exceptionally quiet and distributed over 2 floors + Mezzanine, with beautiful exposed stones on all levels. It offers 72.80m2 (Carrez law) and include a private entrance, like a house, with a pretty glass verandah on the flowered side of the courtyard (not for exclusive private use) and its charming little bench for a reading or an al-fresco aperitif. Superbly distributed, without loss of space, on the ground floor of a paved courtyard, this apartment of character includes an entrance on this 14m2 veranda with its fully equipped American style kitchen, a cosy 17m2 lounge with its oak parquet floor, an alternating tread staircase leads up to the very pretty mezzanine bedroom and its SE facing window. We feel great in this modular living space which also includes a 33m2 basement relatively bright with its 3 skylights and a spiral staircase distributing a very welcoming sleeping area, a quiet and private space used as a gym / meditation / yoga room, many storage spaces, a shower room and an independent saniflo toilet completes this space. Benefiting from ventilation type CMV (to optimized), this apartment gives the impression of living in a house at the heart of a Paris steeped in 20 centuries of history and considered as the ancient cradle of the city of Lutetia, probably inhabited by a small Gallic tribe called the Parisii. Come and join the 2500 Ludovicians (2013 census) who live between a large numbers of private mansions, which is also nicknamed "the island of palaces". Ile Saint-Louis is connected to the Marais by 3 bridges, a 4th one connect it to Ile de la Cite and two further bridges lead to the Latin Quarter (5th). A must see.