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A Part of Paris
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ref. 644 - Le Marais
A Part of Paris
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This architect/designer renovated 54m2 apartment in a 1790 building is located in the heart of Le Marais. It has a high style granite kitchen open to the living room with wooden beamed ceiling and a stunning view of the historical and lively rue St Antoine throught two windows. One bedroom on the quiet courtyard with lots of closet space. Stone bathroom with tub/shower. Contemporary and comfortable furnishing. A minimum of 5 nights is requested.
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Rue St Antoine 75004 
4th arrondissement Paris

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Métro station:  St Paul
Area:  Le Marais
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2 people
54 m²
1 bedroom

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Washer - Dryer - Iron and Ironboard - Bathtub - Shower - Cable TV - DVD Player - Stereo / Hi-Fi - Telephone - Unlimited High Speed Internet access - Refrigerator - Freezer - Dishwasher - Oven - Microwave - Vitro ceramic - Fan / Extractor - Toaster - Water kettle - Security code - No smoking
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This apartment is located steps from the Metro St Paul in the heart of Le Marais. Within 5 min walk of Ile St.Louis, the Picasso Museum, the Carnavalet Museum, Places des Vosges, Place de la Bastille and rue de Rivoli. In the close neigbourghood, there are traditional bakeries, cheese shops, wine stores, gorgeous flower shops and the legendary stationary shops of rue du Pt.Louis-Philippe. The European Photography Museum, the Shoah Museum and the well-known rue des Rosiers are also close to the apartment. Buslines 96, 69, 76 and since September 2007, 26 city-sponsored bikes at your disposal - right in front of the apartment. Enjoy the churches of St-Gervais-St Protais and St Paul as well as the Antique Shops of the Village St-Paul. Many restaurants, cafés and bars in the neighbourhood.
A Part of ParisLiving room
Livingroom with sofa bed, two coffee tables and two armchairs. Cable TV, DVD player and Ipod dock speaker. A desk with internet connection and telephone. Wooden floor and a beautiful wooden-beam ceiling. The livingroom is open to the kitchen with a bar and 4 high chairs.
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A Part of ParisKitchen
High style granite kitchen with dish-washer, waching machine & dryer, vitro ceramic, refrigerator, freezor and all kitchen utensils. Open to the livingroom with a bar.
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A Part of ParisBedroom 1
Bedroom with double bed (or two single beds), lots of closets and two windowsfacing the quiet courtyard. wooden floor.
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A Part of ParisBathroom 1
Stone bathroom with bathtub & showerhead, one washbasin, wall closet and WC.
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A Part of ParisStairs & Main entrance
18th century building, apartment on the 3rd floor.
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A Part of ParisOutside
Rue St. Antoine in the heart of Le Marais. Next to the church of St Paul, metro & buses a few steps away and city-sponsored bikes right in front of the apartment.
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