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ref. 838 - Le Marais / Archives
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This beautiful studio is located on Rue Michel Le Comte close rue des Archives in Le Marais. 1st floor via stairs. The studio is over looking an exceptional courtyard of a 17th Mansion House - very quiet. Living room with convertible sofa, cable TV, internet access and two large windows giving a lot of light to the studio. Fully equipped kitchen open to the living room and small dining table. Stairs up to mezzanine level with double bed and closets. Excellent location in the heart of Paris.
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Rue Michel Le Comte 75003 
3rd arrondissement Paris

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Métro station:  Rambuteau - Arts & Métiers
Area:  Le Marais / Archives
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2-3 people
23 m²
1 bedroom

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Washer - Dryer - Iron and Ironboard - Shower - Cable TV - Unlimited High Speed Internet access - Refrigerator - Oven - Microwave - Vitro ceramic - Fan / Extractor - Coffee maker - Interphone - Security code - No smoking
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Located right in the historical Le Marais only a few steps from Musée Picasso, Place des Vosges and Centre Georges Pompidou. Art galeries, design boutiques and a lot of cafés, bars and restaurants. Also supermarket, bakery, chemist and drycleaning nearby. 5 minuits walk to rue Montorgeuil and to rue de Bretagne - both wonderful streets with foodmarkets and foodstores. 10 min walk to La Seine, Notre Dame de Paris, Ile de la Cite and Ile St-Louis. The oldest house in Paris, the house of Nicolas Flamel from 1407, is in the neighborhood.
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B. H. March 2016 () said...
The listing was accurate and the apartment itself was great! There was an amazing amount of light with two HUGE floor to ceiling windows. The double level was a cute addition to the Parisian feel of the space. The kitchen, as compact as it was, had everything you needed - including a washer/dryer unit. There is even a pull-out futon couch for an extra guest. The unit is on the 1st floor - easy walk up with very wide stairs.

Anna Davies-Hedman (UK) said...
I am now home again after a fantastic week in Paris. I would very much like to thank you for your fast and efficient service. In mail and in contact in Paris. It is always exciting to see if everything works out as one thinks. But I must say it was a great surprise and it is important that you know this. The apartment that I had chosen was just enough for us and it was of high standard, clean, quite and great location in the heart of Marais. But things can always get better so here are a few thing that I thought of: 1. The bed is a grand-lit and is just about big enough for 2 people. But the sofa is of high quality and perfect for two 2. One more comfortable chair to watch tv would be good or even just to sit and relax (both have to sit in the sofa otherwise) But once again this was no problem but things you/owners could think of. I would highly like to recommend you as a company so if you need my comments please do not hesitate i asking.

Caroline Sapienza (Australia) said...
The apartment was perfect - very well equipped, very secure and so central. The team at A part of Paris are fantastic - very helpful. Thank you so much. I will highly recommending this service.

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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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