About this listing
This 55 m² apartment is situated on the fourth floor of an 19th-century building (with an elevator). The main entrance gate is protected by an intercom. The apartment has southern exposure. The entrance door opens into a hall leading to the living room, the kitchen and the bedroom. The elegant living room has a brown-parqueted floor, white walls and numerous books. Since this room is decorated with antique and some vintage/modern decorative items and paintings it has a friendly atmosphere. The very quiet and sunny bedroom is parqueted as well and has white painted walls with a king size bed (the mattress is new and very comfortable, 1m80 large)). The decoration of this room is more contemporary than the rest of the apartment.
The kitchen is both convenient and elegant. It has white-tiled walls and floor. It is also well equipped.
The apartment has a large cable TV, a stereo, a DVD player and a mac. There is access to a fiber connection (very high-speed WIFI) in the all apartment.
The nearest metro station is Sebastien froissart (Line 8).
This charming apartment can accommodate two persons and is perfect to discover this lively and historical area of Paris.
The Marais area is known for its pre-Revolution architecture enclosing a substantial number of points of interest. It is also very close from the Place de la Bastille (two metro stations) and Place des Vosges where there is a great choice of restaurants, bars, cafes as well as the famous Opera Bastille.
The district is friendly and cosmopolitan and there are all sorts of essential shops, bakeries, groceries and services in the neighborhood. This is a central area, very convenient to travel all around Paris. The apartment is also very close to "rue de Bretagne" with its wide choice of quality food products, restaurants, cafes, and other services. It is also near Beaubourg's National Museum of Modern art. It is short walking distance to points of interest such as the Seine River, the Notre Dame Cathedral on Ile de la Cité, the Ile Saint Louis, and the Louvre.
1: Take off your shoes please.
2: No smoking.
3: If you could water the plants, that would be great! Thank you.
I am a professor, writer and artist, in love with art and design. I was born in Paris and studied a the Sorbonne University. Currently, I live between New York and Paris; before, I used to live in Chicago and Japan. Beside writing and reading, my passion is the Parisian history and I will be glad to provide you all the information and advice you need during your stay.