This cozy 1-bedroom Paris apartment rental situated along the historical Avenue Segur, near Invalides and the UNESCO headquarters, is a jewel in this side of Paris. It is housed on the 4th floor of a well-maintained, upscale building with an elevator, and features interior and amenities that can make your stay in Paris more convenient and memorable. All the comforts of a luxurious home, and more, can be found in this bright and quaint apartment.
One of the best features of this property is its size. Sitting on 67 square meters of space, the apartment is slightly larger than average 1-bedroom apartments in Paris. Due to its size, and the addition of a sofabed in the living room, at most 4 guests can call this vacation rental their home in Paris.
The layout of the property allows for moving space and privacy. Since the apartment is situated on such a high floor, the views outside the wide and bright balcony have no obstruction. Take a gander at the beauty of Paris from here, or enjoy a meal outdoors when you hang out at the balcony.
The sole bedroom of this apartment is fitted with a queen-size bed, lamps, ample storage, and access to a bathroom with a bathtub-shower combo, sink with a vanity, and a toilet.
The kitchen of this home is situated in a separate room; this layout allows you to prepare meals while keeping the scent of your cooking in a secluded area. Like the living room, the kitchen has ample walking space, and all common food preparation, cooking, and dining amenities.
The dining room is found across the hall and it is fitted with a square-shaped table with seats for 4.
The apartment's location is often perfect for those visiting in Paris for a little R and R, or for business. Since it is situated in an exclusive area, guests can enjoy true privacy. This is for long term rentals only.
Nearest Metro: Metro: École Militaire, Ligne 8; Saint François Xavier, Ligne 13
The 7th arrondissement is considered home to the Eiffel Tower, probably the most notable landmark in France. This is an area where the celebrities of fashion design, painting, cinema and theatre gained popularity.
This picturesque area stretches from the Les Invalides to Faubourg Saint-Germain.
One end is dotted with cinemas, restaurants, and fashion boutiques, the other with landmarks and historical spots. The 7th arrondissement is also home to Musée de l'Armée, Champ de Mars, the prominent Faubourg Saint-Germain area, and nearby, you can find the UNESCO headquarters. Evenings in this district mean a trip down to the Seine, Tour Eiffel, and its nearby avenues.
For those visiting the city on business purposes, you'll be near several business establishments, such as pharmacies and the post office.
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