This charming house from the year 1900 is located in the popular Plainpalais district of Geneva.
The world looks to Geneva. The United Nations has its European headquarters here. The WHO, WTO, ICRC and UNHCR are based in Geneva.
Over 250 NGOs with consultative status at the UN have offices here. And 176 states have a presence with permanent embassies or missions. At the same time, Geneva is a watchmaking, scientific and financial metropolis.
But Geneva also knows how to impress when it comes to quality of life. The spectacular location on the Rhone, Arve and Lake Geneva, the unique alpine panorama, numerous parks and a wide range of cultural activities all ensure that this is the case.
The charming, old, six-storey building at Rue de l'Ecole-de-Médecine 14 is located in the middle of the popular Plainpalais district. Away from tourist routes, students and creatives set the tone here. Art, culture, bars, cafés and restaurants shape the district. From here, you can reach the city centre and the old town by foot.
The extremely charming corner building, built in 1900, with its striking arches, balconies and projections, was extensively renovated in 2017.
At first glance, you are struck by the attention to detail in the work. The yellow house with the green shops makes it something special.
Today, 23 apartments spread out over 1,480 sqm on six floors. Access is via the historic staircase and a lift system. On the ground floor, there are two retail units, which are currently being used by an attractive bar.
All of this in a fantastic location in the trendy district of Plainpalais and just a stone’s throw away from the Arve river promenade.
Each apartment in the Rue de l'Ecole-de-Médecine 14 building is individually designed. In the building, there are practical, one-room 30 sqm apartments for singles, as well as impressive city residences with over 90 sqm of living space over 4½ rooms.
The Rue de l'Ecole-de-Médecine 14 building contains a total of 23 residential units between 32 and 93 sqm - plus balconies, if available.
Plainpalais is the place to be, and it’s not surprising because the location speaks for itself. From here, you can reach the old town and the centre of Geneva in a very short amount of time — even on foot.
But the quarter itself also has a lot to offer. Restaurants, cafés, clubs, art and culture - hardly any other district is as lively, international and exuberant as Plainpalais, which is particularly popular with students.