Apartment Vincennes (94)
- 97 m2
- 5 rooms
- 3 bedrooms
A 1920's flat in the sky above Vincennes with the underground at its feet.
This flat, right next to Bérault (line 1) underground station and not far from the RER train line A, is in a residential and shopping district very near to the Bois-de-Vincennes. Alone on the fifth floor, reached via a lift, it is part of a neo-classical building, which was raised in the 1920's. It has wonderful, clear views. Spanning 97 m², it is laid out in a star-shape around a vast vestibule-library which leads to a double, 32 m² living room, a kitchen with a small eating area, a guest toilet and a storage room. The night-time section comprises two bedrooms, with the possibility of creating a third, one of which has a dressing room (possibility of a shower room) and a bathroom. The sober architecture, typical of the 1920's, is enhanced with parquet flooring, old doors, spacious rooms and a fireplace. There is an area for storing bikes and pushchairs on the ground floor and a cellar in the basement.
The buildingThis building was constructed over four levels in a neo-classical style at the end of the 19th century. It was then raised by three additional levels in an Art Deco style, integrating concrete bow windows and featuring wider openings, in the 1920's. The building now spans seven floors, with a single flat on each level.The flatThis flat is on the 5th floor, reached via a lift. Taking up the entire floor, it spans a floor surface area of 97.05 m², measured in accordance with the French Carrez law. A through flat, it faces north-south and has a clear view on either side. The layout is star-shaped. Double doors open into a vast vestibule-library, extended by a double, south-facing living room (total reception surface area of 44.80 m²). Other rooms include a kitchen with a small eating area, a storage room and a guest toilet with a wash-hand basin. The night-time section comprises a first bedroom with a dressing room (possibility of a shower room) and a fireplace, a second bedroom and a bathroom. The sober architecture, typical of the 1920's, is enhanced with strip pattern parquet flooring, old doors, spacious rooms and a fireplace. There is an area for storing bikes and pushchairs on the ground floor and a cellar in the basement.
reference : 975995 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 21373941