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Haussmannian apartments in Paris 9th, featuring the Belle Epoque spirit

The Belle Epoque period is showcased in many Haussmannian apartments of the 9th arrondissement in Paris, a high end real estate venue that is a coveted blue chip value.

Haussmannian apartments in Paris 9th, featuring the Belle Epoque spirit

Summary

Within only 2 square kilometers, it is possible to travel to the four corners of the world, thanks to the cosmopolitan and joyfully animated ambiance. Handsome buildings are entirely located on the north bank of the Seine river which divides the capital in two. Renowned for the richness of its cultural offer, this area comprises the Opéra Garnier, the theaters of the Grands Boulevards, the Museums of Romantic Life and Gustave Moreau. Coveted for the very dense network of its public transport system, it also houses the Printemps and Galeries Lafayette department stores, between Chaussée d'Antin and Gare Saint-Lazare, the Drouot auction house and covered passages which delight tourists. As for deluxe apartments for sale in the 9th arrondissement de Paris, they are more and more in demand.

Neighborhoods offering a wide array of prestigious properties 

From the point of view of high-end real estate, the presence of numerous headquarters for banks and insurance companies further strengthens its prestige. Its most sought-after districts are those of New Athens, for its sumptuous mansions. “South Pigalle” is also in the spotlight with a strong renovation and gentrification that has changed its visual appearance. Rue des Martyrs is more fashionable than ever with its boutiques, food shops and bistros, Place Édouard VII is a small pedestrian haven of peace, while Faubourg Montmartre is rejuvenating its facades and its residents. The arrondissement also benefits from important discounts that encourage new generations to buy a deluxe apartment in Paris especially in these areas.

Apartments coveted by artists

The Saint-Georges and Estienne-d'Orves squares, close to the Church of the Holy Trinity and the Casino de Paris, combine many advantages. These private buildings once housed musicians, painters and writers George Sand and Alexandre Dumas. Among the favorite addresses of Parisians, it would never occur to its inhabitants to buy a apartment in France other than here.

A freestone building erected in 1847

This very pleasant reception apartment of 200 m² is nestled in a small old building. On the 2nd floor with elevator, it has retained the charm of yesteryear with its parquet floors, moldings and fireplaces. The entity comprises a gallery entrance, a living room, a dining room, a separate kitchen, 3 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a cellar. A great opportunity to make a place for yourself in the arts and entertainment district ...

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