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A Part of Paris
 
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ref. 969 - Le Marais / Bretagne
A Part of Paris
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This beautiful 1 bedroom apartment is located in the heart of Le Marais on rue Charlot, just a few steps from rue Bretagne with lovely food stores, bakeries, butchers and the open market "Les Enfants Rouge". 2nd floor via stairs. Spacious living & dining room with open, fully equiped kitchen. Three windows facing rue Charlot and convertible sofa. WIFI Internet connection & cable TV. Bedroom with double bed, several closets & TV and one window facing the quiet courtyard. Bathroom with shower. Wooden beams and all the charm of Le Marais, this apartment has an exceptional location. Closest metro station is at 3 min walk.
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Location
Rue Charlot 75003 
3rd arrondissement Paris


Métro line: 
Métro station:  Filles du Calvaire
Area:  Le Marais / Bretagne
Rate
 
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Night (€)
Week (€)
Month *(€)
1700
1700

* agency fee not incl.
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Capacity
2 people
39 m²
1 bedroom
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Equipements
Washer - Iron and Ironboard - Shower - TV - Cable TV - Telephone - Internet access - Unlimited High Speed Internet access - Refrigerator - Freezer - Dishwasher - Oven - Microwave - Vitro ceramic - Fan / Extractor - Toaster - Coffee maker - Water kettle - Interphone - Security code - No smoking
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neighbourhood
Ideally located in the heart of Le Marais. Walking distance to Place des Vosges, Place de la Republique, Place de La Bastille and rue des Francs-Bourgeois. The Picasso Museum and the Museum Carnavalet (history of Paris) are just a few minutes walk away. The apartment is right next to the famous rue de Bretagne with one of the oldest food markets in Paris "Les Enfants Rouges" and nice food stores, bakeries, butchers and wine shops. The park of Square du Temple is also close by. Lots of restaurants, bars and cafes are in the neighbourhood as well as art galleries, fashion boutiques and designers.
A Part of ParisLiving room
Spacious living room with convertible sofa, coffee table, armchair, cable TV and WIFI. Several windows facing rue Charlot, wooden beams and open kitchen with dining table.
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A Part of ParisKitchen
Fully equiped kitchen with dining area open to the living room. Dishwasher, vitro ceramic cooktop, oven, microwave, refridgerator, freezer & washing machine.
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A Part of ParisBedroom 1
Quiet bedroom with double bed facing the courtyard. Several closets, small desk and TV.
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A Part of ParisBathroom 1
Bathroom with shower, sink, towelrack & WC.
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A Part of ParisStairs & Main entrance
The apartment is located on the 2nd floor via stairs.
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A Part of ParisOutside
The apartment is located in the lovely neighbourhood of rue de Bretagne - with a lot of food stores and the open Market \"Les Enfants Rouge\".
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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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