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A Part of Paris
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ref. 716 - Le Marais
A Part of Paris
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This architect/designer newly renovated 54m2 apartment in a 1790 building is located on rue St Antoine in the heart of Le Marais. 4th floor via stairs. The living area epitomises rustic Parisian chic. The beautiful old oak floor contrasts delightfully with the newly uncovered stone wall and the original wooden beamed ceiling. The lounge is open to the fully equipped granite kitchen to create a wonderful living space open with a stunning view of the historical and lively rue St Antoine through two floor-to-ceiling windows. One bedroom on the quiet courtyard with lots of closet space, which opens onto an amazing luxury mosaic tiled bathroom with shower. Contemporary and comfortable furnishing. This apartment is in the same building as ref 644 if you would like to combine 2 apartments.
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Rue St Antoine 75004 
4th arrondissement Paris

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Métro station:  St Paul & Bastille
Area:  Le Marais
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4 people
54 m²
1 bedroom

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Washer - Iron and Ironboard - Shower - Cable TV - Stereo / Hi-Fi - Telephone - Unlimited High Speed Internet access - Refrigerator - Freezer - Dishwasher - Oven - Microwave - Vitro ceramic - Fan / Extractor - Toaster - Coffee maker - 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 neighbourhood, there are traditional bakeries, cheese shops, wine stores, gorgeous flower shops, huge traditional Bastille market 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 26 city-sponsored bikes, (the famous velibs) 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, coffee table, two armchairs and dining table. Cable flat screen TV, DVD player and Ipod dock speaker. Internet connection & telephone. Wooden floor and a beautiful wooden-beam ceiling. The livingroom is open to the kitchen with a bar.
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A Part of ParisBedroom 1
Wooden floored bedroom with double bed, lots of closet space and window facing the quiet courtyard.
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A Part of ParisKitchen
Granite kitchen with dish-washer, washing machine & dryer, refrigerator with freezer compartment, oven and all kitchen utensils. Open to the livingroom with a bar.
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A Part of ParisBathroom 1
Mosaic and stone tiled bathroom with walk-in shower, contemporary ceramic washbasin and wall closet. The WC is separate.
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A Part of ParisStairs & Main entrance
Staircase and entrance of the apartment.
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A Part of ParisOutside
Rue St. Antoine in the heart of Le Marais.
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A Part of ParisGuest comment
G.L Sept 2014 () said...
This was the perfect place to stay in Paris for us. The location was great and the neighborhood was fun and lively, with tons of shopping, restaurants, cafes, bakeries, wine shops etc... The St. Paul metro stop and a taxi stand are right out the front door also. The apartment has a ton of old world charm and character, but has been updated with modern conveniences. We enjoyed opening the large front windows and watching all the activity below. It was amazingly quiet with the windows closed, however, and the bedroom is at the back facing a courtyard so it was very quiet. The kitchen is well-equipped and the wifi worked great. There is also a large selection of books, including many Paris travel books and DVDs. The bathroom was modern, with a towel warmer and a great rainfall style shower head. Yes, the toilet is a little funky and is in a separate water closet by the front entrance, but that is common in older buildings and did not bother us at all. We also did not have any problems with cleanliness, as the previous reviewer mentioned. It is a very old building and the floor slants a little, but that is part of the charm. There are four flights of stairs to climb, but we got used to it and had no problems getting our luggage up the stairs. The agency, A Part of Paris, was very helpful and responsive. They arranged a great car service from the airport for us and the driver was able to give us the keys to the apartment and avoid an extra charge since we were arrived on a Sunday. We didn't have any issues, so never needed to call on them while we were there, but I have no doubt that they would have handled any problems immediately. Overall, I couldn't have been happier with this apartment and I hope to return again someday.

CK (USA) said...
Wonderfully charming Paris stay. The pictures were true to form. Two women traveling alone in Paris and we felt very safe and secure in the apartment and in the area as we took walks very late into the evening after enjoying dinner out. The 4th floor climb had us well exercised and was not a problem, but I would recommend not bringing heavy bulking suit cases as the stairs are narrow and steep. We spent early evening perched in the two chairs each in front of a window watching the night life and enjoying the Paris experience. While on a busy street, the apartment was quite quiet even when sleeping on the purple pull out couch in the living room thanks to the heavy dark curtains. You'll find groceries, Starbucks, roasted chicken, great wine and cheese stores, and lots of bakeries and restaurants just a few steps away. The subway was right down the street and very convenient. Taxis are lined up just outside the door so if needed you don't have to go far. The apartment slopes a bit which just made it that much more authentic. Free wifi was great. Beds are firm, but after a long day of walking just laying down felt good. We'd definitely go back and stay here. The owners were great and helpful. It really felt homey and like we were living in Paris not just visiting.

Terry (US) said...
This apartment is even more beautiful than portrayed in the pictures. Well appointed with all the comforts of home and steps from the Metro system. A lively, safe neighborhood with everything within walking distance. The realtor made the rental of the apartment seamless and the woman who met us was very patient in getting us connected to wi fi and orienting us to the Metro system. At the end of the day, we returned to the apartment and enjoyed the activities of the street below while planning our next adventure. As it was our first visit to Paris, we were a little apprehensive. Our concerns were unfounded. It was an exceptional experience and I would recommend the apartment and A Part of Paris, realtor without reservation. We would definitely return to this rental in the future.

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