Studio apartment for sale, Paris 16 - Rue Saint-Didier

€495,000 Studio

Discover this stunning pied-à-terre for sale in the heart of Paris’s sought-after 16th arrondissement.

Part of a collection of 25 residences, this studio apartment is located on the third floor of a baroque-style building which dates back to 1896. Whilst preserving the original, charming facade, the entire building was completely renovated in 2018 and styled with modern and high-end finishes. The studio has access to elegant communal spaces, a lift and a leafy garden for occupants to enjoy. 

The studio spans 28 square metres and features an entrance hall, a bathroom equipped with an Italian shower, a kitchenette and an open-plan living space which overlooks Rue Saint Didier.

The property enjoys a privileged location, just eight minutes’ walk from Place du Trocadéro and there are plenty of shops and restaurants nearby. In addition, with three metro stations within a 500-metre radius, this apartment for sale in Paris is very well-connected to the rest of the city. The closest metro station is Trocadéro which is just six minutes’ walk from the apartment and is on lines 6 and 9. This makes it perfect for those wishing to relocate to Paris or looking for a pied-à-terre. 

Thanks to its great location and superb finishes, this property is also an ideal rental investment opportunity with the possibility of earning a rental income of €1,115 per month.

Why the 16th arrondissement?

One of the largest and safest districts in Paris, the 16th arrondissement is incredibly popular with young, affluent families and expats. 

This district is full of clean, beautiful streets lined with flowers, cafes and boutiques. Many famous landmarks like the Passy Cemetery and the Museum of Contemporary Art can be found in this area too.

Perfectly balancing city life with green space, the 16th arrondissement's Quartier de la Porte-Dauphine is home to a number of parks and the Lac Inférieur, making it a wonderful place to unwind. 

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