1-bed apartment for sale, Paris 5 - Rue Monge

€598,000 1 Bedroom PRICE REDUCTION

Discover this one-bedroom apartment for sale in Paris in the 5th arrondissement, just a few steps from the Jardin des Plantes. Ideally located two minutes from the "Censier-Daubenton" station, the apartment is also close to rue Mouffetard and University Sorbonne.

In the heart of a vibrant neighbourhood, this superb apartment of 45 sqm is located on the 1st floor of a typical Parisian building. Drenched in sunlight, the apartment has a clear view with no vis-à-vis.

The apartment for sale consists of a large entrance (which can be converted into a dining room), a double bedroom, a living room and a fitted kitchen and a bathroom. The apartment was completely renovated just two years ago. The elegant decoration gives the apartment a unique charm.

This property is currently being rented out for €1,520 per month and the contract ends July 2020. The apartment is sold furnished which makes it a great rental investment opportunity until next summer. The future owner can then move into the apartment or rent it out, depending on their preference.

Why Paris 5?

Once upon a time the cultural heart of Paris, the 5th district is made up of second-hand bookstores and unpretentious bars. The district is home to a number of Paris's universities including the Pierre and Marie Curie University, the University Paris Descartes and the School of Industrial Physics.

The Sorbonne district takes its name from its famous, elite university. Built on Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, the university offers magnificent panoramas of Paris.

Tourists on a literary pilgrimage through the Paris can also spot traces of Simone de Beauvoir and Honoré de Balzac throughout the district. And even though Victor Hugo and Pierre Curie have been replaced by hordes of students, the 5th has maintained an intellectual spirit that keeps the area unique and dynamic.

About 5th arrondissement

About 5th arrondissement

Once the centre and intellectual heart of Paris, the 5th arrondissement has gone through a revamp and is now also a very popular destination with tourists. The area is filled with second-hand bookshops and unpretentious bars. Conversations tend to be on the intellectual side, despite many locals believing that the area has lost the charm that it used to have in the 18th and 19th centuries. The arrondissement is full of universities: whether in Quartier Saint-Victor or Quartier du Jardin-des-Plantes, the Pierre and Marie Curie [...]

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