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A Part of Paris
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ref. 874 - Le Marais - Place des Vosges
A Part of Paris
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This apartment of 40m2 is locatated in a 16th century building on the second floor via stairs. Fully refurbished with contemporary design and very functional equipements, the apartment still has the original wooden beams and a lot of charm. Living room with two windows facing rue St Antoine, kitchen area with dishwasher & washer, quiet bedroom on the courtyard and a beautiful bathroom with large shower. The apartment has a perfect location for exploring Paris.
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Rue St Antoine 75004 
4th arrondissement Paris

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Métro station:  St Paul / Bastille
Area:  Le Marais - Place des Vosges
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2 people
40 m²
1 bedroom

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Washer - Iron and Ironboard - Bathtub - Cable TV - Unlimited High Speed Internet access - Refrigerator - Freezer - Dishwasher - Microwave - Vitro ceramic - Fan / Extractor - Toaster - Coffee maker - Water kettle - Security code - No smoking
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The apartment is located a few steps from the St Paul church, Place des Vosgues in the heart of Le Marais. Within 5 min walk of Place de la Bastille, Ile St.Louis, the Picasso Museum, the Carnavalet Museum and rue de Rivoli. In the close neigbourghood, there are traditional food stores, bakeries, cheese shops, wine stores, gorgeous flower shops and the legendary stationary shops of rue du Pt.Louis-Philippe. The European Photography Museum and the well-known rue des Rosiers are also close to the apartment. Several buslines are very close by and takes you all over in Paris. Enjoy the churches of St-Gervais-St Protais and St Paul as well as the Antique Shops of the Village St-Paul. Notre Dame de Paris is also close. Many restaurants, cafés and bars in the neighbourhood.
A Part of ParisLiving room
Living room with two windows facing rue St Antoine. Contemporary furnishing with sofa, coffe table, dining table, 4 chairs, decorative fireplace, flat screen cable TV and internet acces. Wooden beams & parquet floor with carpet. Fully equiped kitchen area with dish washer & washer.
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A Part of ParisBedroom 1
Bedroom with double bed & closets. One window facing the courtyard.
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A Part of ParisBathroom 1
Tiled bathroom with spacious shower, sink, closet, WC and towel rack.
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A Part of ParisStairs & Main entrance
The courtyard & stairs on rue St Antoine.
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