Located near Collège de France and in close proximity with a known food shop and market street that is Rue de Buci, this 1-bedroom 1-bathroom apartment along Rue Mazarine in Paris is in a central spot. It is surrounded by life’s conveniences such as cafes, bars, restaurants of different cuisines, shopping stores, galleries and many more. For those with a hankering for a village-like atmosphere, Rue de Buci is just within minutes by foot.
Mazarine 2 sits quietly on the 2nd floor (third level) of a building with elevator and a well-maintained courtyard. It has an area of 40 square meters and can comfortably host up to 4 guests. The apartment is well-designed, warm, and cozy. It’s also very quiet despite the hustle and bustle of the city below since it overlooks the courtyard.
Upon entrance, you’ll instantly notice the exposed brick wall, the perfectly lined parquet floors, the solid oak or walnut furniture and the modest yet endearing ambience of the apartment. The windows on the living and dining area looks out onto the large, quiet, and airy courtyard full of healthy plants well-taken care of the on-site gardienne.
In the living room, you’ll find a top of the line sleeping couch, a corner table with a gorgeous lamp, and some arm chair. Few steps and you have the dining table which seats four. Next to it is the fully functional kitchen equipped with a fridge, compact oven, vitro ceramic stove, microwave, dishwasher and a washing machine.
Separated from the living room by an oak-framed, glass-paned door is the bedroom fitted with two twin beds joined to form one queen size bed. It is furnished with a flat-screen cable TV, a telephone and is air-conditioned. The room is neatly stocked and cozy. It also has a window that overlooks the courtyard.
The lone bathroom has both a shower and a toilet. It has a nice shower stall with water massage selections.
For added convenience, the apartment if Wifi enabled as well as an Ethernet cable connection.
Rue Mazarine belongs to the 6th arrondissement of Paris. It was named after the founder of what is now the Institut de France. The long stretch of the street of Mazarine from Rue de Buci all the way to Institut de France boasts a string of commercial establishments ranging from cafes, bars, restaurants of different cuisines, shopping stores, art galleries, boutiques and fashion stores, bistros and other several business establishments. While there are a lot of choices in the Mazarine area, foodies are in for a treat in the Rue de Buci area. The narrow street of Rue de Buci is a known food and market street frequented by tourists and locals alike.