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Filled with decorative and 18th century architectural elements is this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment for rent in Paris located along the historical streets of Rue du Cherche – Midi. The owner diligently made all efforts during the restoration process to keep the original features of this 18th century-old apartment from the interior oak shutter, oeil de boeuf oval windows, down to the windows’ espagnolette.
The apartment sits quietly on the 2nd French floor of an 18th century building with no lift. It is nestled between two courtyards making the apartment very quiet and calm; a cobblestone courtyard in front, and the garden courtyard at the back with plants and trees perfect for a cool retreat. The apartment is warm and earthly. It has an area of 45 square meters and can comfortably host up to 4 guests.
While the apartment is filled with antique decors, modern day decors and amenities were successfully introduced into the apartment creating a harmonious blend. Upon entrance, an aesthetically and artistically pleasing living area greets you highlighted by the Renaissance shell carved from a single block of oak and the sofa that pulls out from the woodwork to provide an additional bed for guests. The windows look out onto the courtyard and the lightings are just about right. The living area as whole, add the wooden parquet floors, is a remarkable, beautiful and skillful piece of woodwork with keen attention to details.
The apartment’s dining area seats four people and the functional kitchen is furnished with essential modern kitchen amenities. You have a full size fridge with freezer, a vitro ceramic stove, microwave, oven, cutleries and more.
The master bedroom is fitted with a queen size bed which can also be separated into two single beds. Its window opens onto the courtyard and has an en suite bathroom with shower, toilet, and a bathtub. The bedroom also boasts a fireplace. A separate WC can also be found in the apartment for added convenience.
The apartment has an air-conditioning system, high-speed Wifi internet, and a washing machine for laundry purposes.
The apartment is midway between the place St. Germain-des-Près and the historic Bon Marché department store. It is just about 3 minutes away from the 3 metro lines serving the area namely St. Sulpice (Line 4) ; Sèvres Babylone (lines 10 & 12.). Taxis and buses are also just a couple of steps away.
Bathtub Wifi TV Internet Cable TV Washing machine
Stove Oven Microwave Linens and towels Hairdryer Fridge
Freezer Coffee machine Bath Amenities Air conditioning Fireplace
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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