Recently renovated and refurbished with a modern look and feel, the apartment offers a sunny and peaceful environment, with large french windows overlooking, to one side, the inner courtyard with its green plants, to the other side the charming Parisian street.
Its large day area presents an entrance, a spacious living room, with a couch and TV corner, and a dining area with a table for 4 by the open plan kitchen, modern and fully equipped with all necessities including a dishwasher.
The sleeping area offers two double bedrooms of which the first has a double bed (140 cm), a large wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with stall shower, and the second has 2 twin beds (80 cm each, to be joined or separated as preferred) and a wardrobe. The second bathroom is also fitted with a stall shower.
The apartment is well connected by the Metro St Sebastien Froissard, line 8. PETS NOT ALLOWED
- Linens, towels
- Ironing set
- Washing machine
- Tumble Dryer
- Cable TV
- DVD reader
- Coffee machine
The apartment is in the 3rd arrondissement right in front of the Picasso Museum, in the heart of the Marais, and close to the Hotel de Ville, Notre Dame, the Isle Saint Louis, the Centre Pompidou and Place des Vosges, built by Henry IV at the beginning of the 1600s and constructed in a particular brick and stone manner found only in Paris.
The Marais is a typically bourgeois neighbourhood which covers areas of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, on the Rive Droite of Paris (right bank of the Seine).
Most of the buildings in this district are very old. It partly explains the very small streets. This area is full of tales from the past. It is very rich thanks to its historical background and its location. It has been a key part of Paris since almost the very foundation of the city itself. During the 12th Century the Templars eliminated the marshlands north of Philippe Auguste’s borders, and starting from the 16th Century the aristocrats started building vast residences in the area, a tendency which was infinitely increased after the creation of Place Royale, later transformed into Place des Vosges by Henri IV in 1605. The eventual decision to move the royal court to Versailles caused a drastic decline to the area, and Haussman’s later movement to re-establish the city saw an active renovation exclusively in the Marais. In 1969 André Malraux declared the Marais to be the first protected area, with all its museums, art galleries and historical sites.
The closest subway is Saint Sebastien Froissard, line 8.
Additional amenities include: coffee maker, kitchen utensils, shopping, child friendly, iron board, senior friendly, shower, city view, long term, restaurants, sightseeing.