18th arrondissement - Paris
€850,000 - €1.85m
Rue Damrémont is the exciting new opportunity to own an apartment or townhouse in a Parisian district that is seeing continued infrastructure development creating a new popular area within central Paris.
Whilst the 18th arrondissement is an area in transformation, this part of the district has already seen change too. Close to multiple private and public schools and the 18th arrondissement’s town hall, the district continues to gain traction from international investors due to its central location, and the predicted increase in property prices in the near future.
It is rare to find such an exceptional environment in the centre of Paris, but it’s even rarer to find individual houses in such an intimate place. The two 4-bed houses for sale are spread over three floors on more than 95 sqm.
The apartments face a communal garden, whilst the houses will be surrounded by green space to provide a sense of privacy, a rarity in the heart of Paris.
All the apartments will benefit from further exterior space including either a balcony, terrace and loggia, whilst top floors units will have a rooftop terrace to enjoy stunning views over the Sacré Coeur Basilica. In general, all the units have been built with glass and exterior space to allow for views of the communal garden.
Close to all amenities, schools, shops and transports, the apartments (studio to 4 bed) and houses are being designed by a famous architect and interior designer. The architecture of the project is elegant and contemporary, whilst remaining integrated to surroundings.
On the right bank of the Seine, the 18th arrondissement was originally a popular area that was born from the merging of arty Montmartre, Clignancourt and La Chapelle villages. The area is gaining more and more interest from Parisians and investors and is becoming a sought-after district.
Many amenities and schools are present in the area along with iconic places such as the Butte Montmartre, the Sacré Coeur basilica and the Moulin Rouge.
The 18th arrondissement has undergone a period of revitalisation in recent years. Developed in the 1840s to provide housing for workers, it quickly expanded to become an area which is young, dynamic and “bobo” - an interesting mix of boho counterculture and bourgeoisie values. It's a very cosmopolitan neighbourhood. The main points of interest ...