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Part of the Faubourg – Montmartre district, Rue de la Boule Rouge is a short and quiet street in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. It runs from Rue de Montyon up to Rue Richer and is in a neighborhood with a string of cafes, bars, and restaurants. This is where this charming studio apartment rental is peacefully situated. Interestingly, the apartment is just a few meters walk to the Museum which houses the World’s Oldest Basketball Court.
Nestled on the 4th floor of a building with elevator, found in the corner of Rue de la Boule Rouge and Rue de Montyon, this charming apartment overlooks both streets. Inside, you’ll find a well-thought of interior design made to maximize the space and provide a functional and comfortable studio apartment. Typically French, the apartment has huge floor to ceiling windows that open to a balcony with table and chairs, overlooking the neighborhood. You’ll also find neatly-stocked parquets floor all over the apartment.
This apartment rental is also equipped with a functional kitchenette with own dining or breakfast area, and equipped with modern kitchen and dining essentials. A huge window can also be found in this area allowing views of the neighborhood and the street below.
The bedroom is fitted with a queen-size bed and a full bathroom with both handheld and rain shower, toilet and sink. It is well-maintained and design with contemporary and modern touch. The bedroom area also has a huge glass window that opens to the balcony with street view.
The apartment is ideal for a single person or a couple who wants to experience what Paris is about. Its seamless accessibility to Paris’ attractions makes this apartment rental an ideal place to stay for it allows easy and convenient ways to get around and explore the city. There are nearby metro stations, bus stops, and of course taxis which you could take if walking is not favorable to you although it is the most advisable to explore this beautiful city.
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Nearest Metro: Richelieu - Drouot, Grands Bouleverads, Le Peletier, and Cadet
Rue de la Boule Rouge is a short and quiet street in the 9th arrondissement of Paris belonging to the Faubourg – Montmarte district. It runs from Rue de Montyon up to Rue Richer and is surrounded by a string of cafes, bars, restaurants, and other shops and stalls of varied nature. On foot as you explore the area, you’ll also find a shopping mall and supermarket not far from the apartment. Theaters, Museums, Schools, and a church can also be found in the neighborhood.
In one of the basements in the adjacent block, a few meters away from the apartment, you’ll find the World’s Oldest Surviving Basketball Court that has now become a tourist attraction. Other establishments that cater to other conveniences can also be found dotting the streets of the area making it a very ideal place to stay because of the availability of the things that we need on a daily basis. This fact is very favorable and ideal to both the locals and tourists.
The apartment is also served by 4 equidistant Metro Stations in Richelieu - Drouot, Grands Bouleverads, Le Peletier, and Cadet Metro Station. Bus stops and taxis are also available in the neighborhood.
Even though the 17th arrondissement of Paris isn't as well-known and popular as the other areas, this shouldn't dissuade you from living here. In fact, it's the silence that defines and surrounds this corner that might convince you to actually choose this as your next home! [...]