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Paris is widely acknowledged as the most romantic city in the world. But this is not only what this great city has to offer. Paris also has a proud history and tradition. In a world where modernism has caught up on all of us, it’s always nice to remember and feel the grandeur of the old times. This is exactly what this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom flat along Rue du Cherche – Midi offers.
Nestled in arguably one of the best parts of historic Paris, this apartment for rent takes you back to centuries-old history and gives you a feel of the golden past. Rue du Cherche-Midi is said to be the road that the King used to take to go hunting south of Paris. The sumptuous buildings lining the street bespeaks of an era of nobility.
While said buildings have been divided up into apartments, the elegance of the old times are still apparent. Features like high ceilings, carved limestone facades, cobblestoned inner courtyards, and backyard gardens are features that are genuinely French. Apartment Cherche – Midi 9 is nestled on the 1st French floor of one of these buildings.
Owned by an interior designer, this 52 square meter apartment is well-designed and is ideal for couples. The eclectic decorative elements found throughout the flat are tastefully mixed adding to its already unique and timeless atmosphere without sacrificing too much space making the apartment still spacious, bright and airy.
Coming in, the living room welcomes you. You have a gorgeous white sofa, arm chairs, table, flat screen TV, books, furniture, and gorgeous decors that are reminiscent of an old era mixed with contemporary designs. The parquet floors and the furniture provide a beautiful contrast to this predominantly white-themed apartment. The typically French glass windows open out to the quiet and beautiful courtyard garden below.
Few steps and you have the dining and kitchen area. The fully functional kitchen is modern and has all the kitchen essentials you might need.
The bedroom is neatly stocked and is fitted with a queen size bed. The apartment has one large full bathroom with shower and toilet. For added convenience, the apartment has a high-speed Wifi internet connection.
Outside, life’s conveniences surrounds the flat. You step out of the apartment and stroll down the street and you’ll get a distinct feel of a different age as you get your freshly baked traditional Poilâne bread couple of buildings down from the flat. Bars, cafes, restaurants, shops, and many more are dotted along the streets of Cherche – Midi.
Washing machine Cable TV Internet TV Wifi Non Smoking
Known as the road that the King used to take to go hunting south of Paris, Rue du Cherche-Midi is located in one of the best spots of the historic Paris. Characterized by the sumptuous century-old buildings lining along its streets, this area provides a glimpse of France’s historic past. The Orsay Museum and the Notre Dame Cathedral are within a few minutes leisure walk. As you do, you’ll sure pass by cafés, bars, restaurants, shops, pastries, bakeshops, and other establishments you might find to your liking. The famous Poilâne bakery, whose traditional breads are made in wood burning ovens is just a few doors down.
Should you want to explore other areas, transportation is not an issue as it is very accessible. You can easily grab a taxi or take the metro. Depending on where you intend to go, you can either take St. Sulpice (Line 4) ; Sèvres Babylone (lines 10 & 12).
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