Malher 75004 Paris
2-bed, 2-bath; 1st floor (no elevator); 75m2 (807 sq ft)
€ 170,000
€ 2,267 / m2
Fractional Ownership Property (4 week share)

Apartment facts

Total n° of Rooms4
Size75 m2 / 807.3 sq ft
Floor1st
N° of Bedrooms2
N° of Bathrooms2
KitchenOpen to dining area
Heating/Hot WaterGas
Floors (wood, tile)Chevron wood parquet
N°of FireplacesYes
Balcony/TerraceYes
General ConditionPerfect

Building facts

Building styleHistoric / ancien
ElevatorNo
ConciergeNo
SecurityuDigicode, interphone
General ConditionExcellent
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Fractional ownership property located on the first floor (American 2nd) of a charming 18th century building in the heart of the historic Marais. The perfect layout features 2 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms separated by the living area and kitchen, and a private terrace on a secluded courtyard. Just a stone’s throw from the magnificent Place de Vosges, it is just the spot for buyers seeking a relaxing and luxurious vacation home to enjoy in Paris. 

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Location

Paris: 4th arrondissement

The heart of the Marais, the 4th arrondissement has had many incarnations through the centuries, alternating between aristocratic hotspot to Jewish ghetto then back again, and to its present hip and trendy status. The changing social fabric and narrow, crowded streets of the Marais spared it the bulldozer of Baron Haussmann, making it one of the few areas in Paris where Renaissance through 18th century architecture still abounds. The Île Saint Louis, which defines this arrondissement’s southern edge, is the oldest part of Paris, where the city first began.

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Average price: €11,466 /m2; +4.5% over one year; 51.6% over 10 years

The Marais is the 3rd most expensive area in Paris, after the 6th and 7th.  There is still good value in the lively, village-like part of the Marais when compared to Saint Germain de Prés. Look to the neighborhoods in the Village Saint Paul and north of the Place de Vosges for the rare, quieter streets. Prices can top €21,000/m² for the Ile St Louis, where tourists have nearly eliminated much of the neighborhood feeling and may someday dampen its appeal, but that day has yet to come.  Average price:  11 466 € /m2, ranging from 7 846 € to 15 118 € depending on the area.

Current Market Price — 4th arrondissement

Neighborhood Price/m2 in euros
Low Medium High
Saint-Merri € 7,548 € 10,500 € 12,698
Saint-Gervais € 7,106 € 11,084 € 13,844
Arsenal € 7,592 € 11,094 € 14,698
Notre-Dame € 9,036 € 14,558 € 22,170
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