This newly renovated gorgeous two bedroom, two bathroom apartment is appointed to a very high standard and is exceptionally positioned on rue Charlot in the trendy Marais district, just steps from rue de Bretagne. At 77m², Charlot is very spacious and charming, with high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, open-plan kitchen (including two ovens) and large living and dining room, looking onto rue Charlot.
With all the modern comforts, Charlot has all facilities to enjoy your time in Paris, including cable TV, WIFI internet access, LCD flat-screen TV, DVD, stereo and free phone calls to landlines as well as cell phones in the US & Canada. The fully equipped, large open-plan kitchen allows you to cater to a high standard and enjoy hosting dinner parties in your own home in Paris. Fully equipped with two fridges, large freezer, two ovens, Nespresso coffee machine.
With high quality fittings and furnishings throughout, Charlot offers top of the range beds, towels and Egyptian cotton sheets to ensure a wonderful night’s sleep and excellent storage. The floor plan provides complete privacy- each bedroom has its own bathroom and the second bathroom has a large bathtub with overhead shower. The main bedroom looks onto rue Charlot and the quiet second bedroom looks onto a pretty courtyard.
Situated just around the corner from the Marché des Enfants Rouge, on one of the most trendy streets in the Marais, Charlot enjoys plenty of light and has been decorated with exquisite taste.
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The Marais is long touted as Paris' trendy area for locals and tourists in the know - inndie boutiques, stylish cafes, restaurants and bars are just under your nose if you know where to look. It is also a lovely long stroll to the classical heart of Paris, in the 1st arrondissement and Rue Rivoli.
The Marais is home to Centre Georges Pompidou (unmistakable with its quirky exterior), Place de l´hôtel de Ville (the grand City Hall building), Place des Vosges and Picasso Museum.
A walk through the neighbourhood also allows you to admire many mansions of the seventeenth century, formerly occupied by the nobility. There is also the House of Nicolas Flamel, built in 1407, which might be the oldest house in Paris.
This district is also the borough of choice for the gay and lesbian community of Paris, giving a flamboyant flavour to the neighborhood.
Many necessities are close to the apartment: bakery, butchery, supermarket, open air market, theater, restaurant, cafe, club, Laundromat, doctor, drugstore.
This area is also the nesting spot of art galleries and other historic sites such as Museum of Arts and Trades, the Museum of Art and History of Judaism, the Cognac-Jay museum, the museum of the history of France, the Carnavalet Museum… to name a few.