Haussmann-style flats in Paris 9th, the « Belle époque »’s spirit

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Haussmann-style flats in Paris 9th, the « Belle époque »’s spirit

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Posted on 19/02/2021

The spirit of the Belle Époque presides over the Haussmann-style flats in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, a high-end, value-for-money property park.

This historic district reminds us of the marvellous Belle Époque period and, because of its beauty and cultural richness, is a real asset for investors in luxury real estate.

Despite its small surface area of 2 square kilometres, the IXth arrondissement is a popular destination for buyers who want to own a stone in a culturally rich neighbourhood. In fact, this lively area allows us to travel through the quantity of cultural spaces such as museums, the Opéra Garnier, theatres and of course, its architectural imprint which preserves the history of this district. This area is also rich in numerous public transport links which make it easy to get to and from Paris and its inner suburbs. This district will delight fashionistas, with numerous shops and covered passages to satisfy their shopping desires.

Neighbourhoods full of prestigious properties

The prestige of this district is marked in particular by the numerous bank and insurance headquarters and its sumptuous private mansions. As for the "South Pigalle" district, it is innovating and attracting more and more young customers at the rhythm of the renovations that are giving a second life to the Haussmann-style buildings.

Flats popular with artists

The 9th arrondissement, with its cultural wealth is also a meeting place for artists. The Place Saint-Georges and Place d'Estienne-d'Orves, close to the Church of the Holy Trinity and the Casino de Paris keep the traces of musicians, painters and writers George Sand and Alexandre Dumas who once lived in the flats of the 9th arrondissement. The latter is also very popular with Parisians themselves, who do not hesitate to move from one district to another.

A freestone building erected in 1847

In a building with old charm, there is a reception flat of 200 m². On the 2nd floor with lift, it is magnified by its parquet floors, mouldings and fireplaces. The luxury property is composed of an entrance gallery, 3 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a cellar.

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