Single-Family home

Size 161.41 m² (1 730 sq. ft.), 6 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 75004 PARIS
Building of 3 floors, 3 bathrooms, 1 shower-room.
6 500 € Load included

Paris 4th District - Archives - Rue Pecquay.
This exceptional 3-storey property dating from the mid-15th century is rented furnished. Offering 161.41 sqm of furnished living space entirely renovated by a renowned interior decorator, it currently comprises four rented self-contained apartments accessed by an interior staircase. The 1st floor comprises a 2-room apartment with a living room, a fitted and equipped kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom with a toilet. A studio apartment comprising a bedroom, a fitted and equipped kitchen, and a bathroom with a toilet is also on this floor. The 2nd floor comprises a split-level two-room apartment with a living room, a fitted and equipped kitchen, a shower room and a bedroom. The top floor comprises a fitted studio apartment with an equipped kitchen and a shower room with a toilet. This unique property is beautifully appointed and tastefully decorated and furnished. Period features include exposed beams and fireplaces. Individual heating and hot water. Available now. Fees: 2421,15€ tax-inclusive. For a rental under the conditions of the Code Civil, see grading scale.

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