Located near the Place Bellecour, the Ampère-Victor Hugo metro station and the Perrache train station, the AINAY district is
Victor Hugo metro station and the Perrache train station, the AINAY district
is made up of 19th century bourgeois buildings. It was developed
around the Saint-Martin-d'Ainay basilica.
Rich silk manufacturers settled there in the 18th century and invested in the vast old apartments with high ceilings.
Over the years, the district has kept its "village" spirit.
"From one street to another, Ainay reveals its singularity. The Victor-Hugo pedestrian street was built in the 18th century and remains the main axis where shops are flourishing. A place of life with a strong identity & character. For families, the district is home to schools, colleges and high schools, as well as various renowned private institutions (Saint-Marc, Chevreul).
A place to live that combines the charm of the old with a resolutely contemporary layout.
- Oak parquet flooring in the entrances and living rooms,
bedrooms and hallways
- Individual heating with heat transfer fluid radiators
- Bathroom heating provided by towel dryers
- Tiled floor in the wet rooms and earthenware in the bathrooms
in the bathrooms
- Bathrooms equipped with contemporary bathroom furniture
- Blackout curtains
- Electrical equipment Celiane steel aspect of Legrand
- Robineterie Grohe or equivalent.
- Wooden joinery tinted color according to the agreement of
Architects of Bâtiments de France
- Double glazing insulating and phonic
- Entrance door equipped with a 3-point lock with an
- Door station allowing the control of the entrance of the
the building by Intratone
- Building equipped for the reception of the fiber.
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