Paris 14 Campagne Premiere

€480,000 - €4.5MStudio-4 bedroomsNew Launch

Campagne Première is the eagerly awaited new-build development in Paris, which is redefining a residential area of the 14th Arrondissement, right on the doorstep of the sought after 6th arrondissement.

Located at the crossroad of the Latin Quarter, Port-Royal and Montparnasse, this stunning range of properties enjoys close proximity to some of the most exclusive and iconic sites in Paris. The Boulevard Saint Michel is just a stone’s throw away, the Bon Marché and its broad range of shops and boutiques is just nearby and the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris’ perfect inner city green space is the perfect pace to relax in.

With around 600-650 new-build properties built in Paris each year, such investment opportunities are few and far between for the city of lights. Paris is the third most visited city on the planet and with that comes a consistent demand for high quality rental property, especially new-build as it is often easier to manage from afar and is also in line with the modern day requirements of the international traveller.

As a result, Campagne Première represents the once in a lifetime opportunity to own a property in one of the most vibrant and exclusive districts of Paris.

Campagne Première is spread across three buildings. The Stael and Aragon buildings (in reference to the artists’ historical attachment to the neighbourhood) overlook an outstanding landscaped garden. Klein retains the charm of a period building with its very high ceilings and offers unbeatable views over the Montparnasse Tower and the Eiffel Tower.

The properties range from studio to four-bedrooms apartments and penthouses, offering high quality materials and finishes, which meet the requirements of discerning clientele. Modern materials such as stainless steel, marble or wooden floor will provide stylish and refined light-filled living spaces.

About 14th arrondissement

About 14th arrondissement

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