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A Part of Paris
 
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ref. 968 - Arts & Metiers / Beaubourg
A Part of Paris
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Light 1 bedroom apartment on the 6th floor via stairs in Passage de l Ancre, with three windows over looking the Passage - facing the sun. On a charming small street with a lot of flowers and plants, a few steps from Centre George Pompidou and Le Marais. Living room with a sofabed, coffee table/dining table, decorative fireplace, a lot of storage space, double glazed windows throughout. Fully equipped kitchen with a gas stove, washing machine. Charming bedroom with window facing the quiet courtyard. Bathroom with WC and shower. A very pleasant, light and comfortable space for up to 2-3 people. Minimum 9 months rental.
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Location
rue de Turbigo 75003 
3rd arrondissement Paris


Métro line: 
Métro station:  Réaumur Sébastopol / Arts & Métiers
Area:  Arts & Metiers / Beaubourg
Rate
 
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Night (€)
Week (€)
Month *(€)
1300
1300

* agency fee not incl.
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Capacity
2-3 people
30 m²
1 bedroom
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Equipements
Washer - Iron and Ironboard - Shower - TV - Refrigerator - Freezer - Stove - Fan / Extractor - Security code - Concierge
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neighbourhood
The apartment is located off rue St Martin, on Passage de Ancre, just a few steps from Centre Georges Pompidou and Le Marais in the heart of historical Paris. This Passage is lovely and leafy with residential and office space, very quiet. Auberge de Nicolas Flamel - one of the oldest houses in Paris - is near the apartment. Walking distance to River Seine, Notre Dame, Châtelet, Place des Vosges, rue de Rivoli and Le Louvre. Art Galeires, boutiques and a lot of restaurants, bistrots, bars and cafés in this lively area of Paris. Bakery, butchers and supermarkets in the close neighbourhood.
A Part of ParisLiving room
Large and light living room with a sofabed, coffee table/ dining table, chairs for 4 and a lovely fireplace. The living room also has a TV.
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A Part of ParisKitchen
Separate kitchen, with a second dining table, a large fridge, a stove and a lot of drawers.
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A Part of ParisBedroom 1
Bedroom with double bed (160x200cm), big wardrobe and a large window.
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A Part of ParisBathroom 1
Bathroom with shower, sink, bathroom closet and WC. There is a washer in a little closet.
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A Part of ParisStairs & Main entrance
The Passage. At night time it can only be accessed by those who have the digicode
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A Part of ParisOutside
Rue St Martin, and the blue door is the entrance. This street provides a good bakery, commerces, a supermarket round the corner and metro stations within 3 mins walk. The apartment has a nice view on the Centre George Pompidou roof top.
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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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› 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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