This brand new collection of properties is a highly rare collection of luxury apartments in one of Paris’ most exclusive areas. Montmartre, the once former seedy underbelly of Paris, now the Bohemian Bourgeois (BOBO) centre of the city is one of the city’s most popular areas to live. Film directors, models and producers live amongst the area’s art galleries, chic bars and fine dining establishments.
Just 19 properties are being created here by one of France’s most prestigious developers. Single floor, duplex and even triplex apartments are available and their location in Montmartre is perfect, just 50m from the famous café filmed in ‘Amelie’ and within easy walking distance on the nearest Metro.
The unique architectural design of these properties brings together highly sustainable materials and vegetal elements. From the entrance hall and throughout the apartments, large bay windows open out on to imposing views of the surrounding city. Spread out over five floors and following the contours of Montmartre hill, these spacious apartments range in sizes from 52 to 135 sqm.
All apartments are equipped with the latest technology letting owners control the light, heating and security system through one application available on smartphones or over the internet. This enables owners to be control their apartment’s functionality wherever they are in the world.
All properties will be fitted out to the very highest of specifications and feature with beautiful oak floors, luxury bathrooms and latest in integrated kitchen technology. Three underground levels also ensure plenty of parking space for owners, a rare luxury in central Paris on its own. Individual cellars are also available.
The Parisian Property Market
Parisian property is currently popular with British, Russian, Brazilian and Italian buyers looking for competitively priced investment opportunities and freehold properties priced from €500,000 upwards. New build properties are relatively rare in Paris because the city is not spread out like London, instead it is contained by the Périphérique ring road which acts as a manmade border. In addition, strict building regulations mean that developers can’t build above seven floors. This means that new build properties, be they geared investment opportunities or freehold new apartments are low in supply and heavily in demand.