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A Part of Paris
 
Furnished apartment
ref. 959 - Le Marais
A Part of Paris
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This spacious studio is newly refurbished, in a 17th century building on the second (and a half) floor via stairs on rue St Antoine - a lovely lively street just off Place de La Bastille. Fully refurbished in contemporary design with very functional equipment, the apartment still has the original wooden beams and a lot of charm. Main area with two windows facing the quiet courtyard, kitchen area with stove, dishwasher & washer and a beautiful bathroom with large shower. The apartment is in a perfect location for exploring Paris.
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Location
rue St Antoine 75004 
4th arrondissement Paris


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Métro station:  St Paul
Area:  Le Marais
Rate
 
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Night (€)
Week (€)
Month *(€)
1300
1300

* agency fee not incl.
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Capacity
1-2 people
27 m²
Studio bedroom
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Equipements
Washer - Iron and Ironboard - Shower - TV - Refrigerator - Freezer - Dishwasher - Microwave - Vitro ceramic - Coffee maker - Interphone - Concierge - No smoking
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neighbourhood
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
Large and light open living area with two large windows facing the quiet courtyard. Cable TV, telephone, two armchairs, coffee table, sofa bed, large wardrobe and open plan kitchen.
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A Part of ParisKitchen
Good sized kitchen with vitro-ceramic cooker tope, microwave-grill, coffee machine, dishwasher, washing machine and breakfast bar
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A Part of ParisBathroom 1
Comfortable sized bathroom with shower, sink, WC and heated towel rail
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A Part of ParisOutside
The lovely rue St Antoine, with Bastille and Place des Vosges nearby, Metro station St Paul and all the local amenities
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The information given concerning the appartments have no leagal commitment. It might be subject to errors, omissions and it could be changed at any time without any prior notice. All measures are approximate.
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› Ile de la Cité & Ile St-Louis:
The history of the Ile de la Cité is the history of Paris. This island on the Seine River was only a primitive village when the conquering Julius Caesar arrived in 53 BC. Later on, kings made it the center of political power and in the medieval times it became the home of church and law. It no longer has such power, except to draw armies of tourists to the imposing Palais de Justi...
› Beaubourg & les Halles:
This Right Bank area is dominated by the modernistic Forum des Halles and the Pompidou Centre. These two spectacular places are thriving public areas of contact for shoppers, art lovers, students and tourists. Literally millions flow between the two squares. Les Halles is for the street fashion with most if the shops underground. The clientele strolling under the concrete and glas...
› Le Marais:
A place of royal and aristocratic residences in the 17th century, the Marais was all but abandoned during the Revolution, later descending into an architectural wasteland. Since approximately 35 years, sensitive restoration has brought the area back to life again; some of Paris’s most popular museums are now housed in its elegant mansions, while the main streets and narrow passageways bustle with ...
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