4th arrondissement - Paris
This incredible three-bedroom apartment for sale in Paris is part of an amazing renovation project in Paris 4. The former Saint-Pol hotel that was once owned by Nicolas de Nicolai, nephew of Gaspard de Fieubet, has been transformed into a stunning collection of exclusive apartments. This historical building will keep its original features such as the wooden beams, the moulded ceilings, the ironwork railings and the floors made of terracotta tiles, in checkboard and natural stones.
This apartment for sale is a duplex spread over the ground and the first floors and also benefits from an extra mezzanine. Spanning a total of 258 sqm, this apartment has spacious rooms with high ceilings. Plus, it also boasts beautiful Seine views from one side of the apartment whilst the other side overlooks the internal communal courtyard. The apartment also has a private garden of 63 sqm, allowing future owners to enjoy the quietness of the development whilst being right in the heart of Paris.
Ideal for those who want an apartment that they can truly make their own, the future owners will have the opportunity to completely customise the interiors.
Hotel Nicolai is classified as a historic building located in the heart of a central district, the 4th arrondissement. The historic project is undergoing a renovation, mixing history and modernity. Floors made in natural stone, in checkerboard or in terracotta tiles, ironwork railings, moulded ceilings or wooden beams are being restored, reworked and brought back to life.
Discovering the Marais district is much like rediscovering the history of France. Before it moved to Versailles, the nobility has erected its most beautiful mansions in there and today it is home to several museums. The neighbourhood also welcomes cobbled streets leading to the Place des Vosges and the riverside is also enjoyable for walking. Mixing nature and culture, there are plenty of walking paths: jogging along the river to the Jardin des Plantes and walking in Richard Lenoir boulevard’s market. One can also discover the small shops in rue Saint-Antoine, enjoy the bars of the very popular rue de Lappe, go to the cinema or theatre at the Bastille.
One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Paris, the 4th arrondissement is the medieval heart of the capital and is home to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks such as Hôtel de Ville and the fashionable Le Marais district. With a palpable history, bars, restaurants and shops, this area is particularly popular with tourists. The 4th arrondissemen...