Extreme style and comfort come together in this wonderful designer loft with windows that face the Pompidou Center, home of Paris' astounding Museum of Modern Art. This chic apartment was obviously designed to complement the artistic location, as this nearly 1,000-square foot space has been impeccably designed and furnished for the aesthetically inclined in mind.
Located on the fifth floor without an elevator, Not a difficult climb if you are in decent shape but can be a problem for babies, the elderly or people with mobility problems. The building is securely protected by a code and intercom. One enters the building to find a staircase with iron handrails leading to the apartment itself, elegantly appointed with Italian designer furnishings and works of art, track lighting, and wooden floors.
The apartment entrance gives way to the spacious main living space, where the American refrigerator-freezer is located inside a column. Three large, western-facing windows let in lots of light, two of which face the Centre George Pompidou (also known as the Beaubourg). A sofa and a couple of chairs are arranged around a glass coffee table, and there's a flat-screen TV/VCR/DVD and stereo for your enjoyment.
For those who like to stay productive, there's an office nook with high-speed Internet connection (that also provides wireless WiFi access throughout the apartment).
A beautiful, open-design, fully stocked kitchen featured an adjacent dining area for 6, and for those who love to cook, you'll find there's a spacious worktop, stainless steel sink, ceramic range, oven, dishwasher, toaster, coffee maker, tea kettle and all the utensils you'll need,
A 265 sq. ft. bedroom comes complete with double-size bed, TV, bathtub with Jacuzzi, and three windows overlooking a quiet courtyard. A separated bathroom is located next to the entrance.
Nearest metro stations are Hotel de Ville and Chatelet-Les Halles.
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This arrondissement of Paris is part of the Marais, one of the oldest and most famous neighborhoods of the French capital. Many artists and well-known people settled there to enjoy the side “chic” residential and commercial touch. Indeed, for some time many luxury brands settled there. He became the borough 'fashionable' for excellence. You can admire many mansions of the seventeenth century, formerly occupied by the nobility. There is also the House of Nicolas Flamel, built in 1407, which might be the oldest house in Paris. Today, this district has become one of the favorite places for gay and lesbian community of Paris, its lively streets, restaurants and trendy bars give it a unique charm. Discover: the Museum of Arts and Trades, the Museum of Art and History of Judaism, the National Picasso museum, the Cognacq-Jay museum, the museum of the history of France, the Carnavalet Museum…
Few steps from: Museum Georges Pompidou, Picasso Museum, Carnavalet Museum. The buildings of le Marais. Various restaurants, French typical 'bistrots' and cafes. Food market of les Enfants Rouges. Supermaket, pastry shop, grocery store, wine shop, cheese shop, local shop, street market, laundromat, gym, swimming pool...
- Queen bed
- Double bed
- Cable TV
- DVD player
- Fast Internet access
- Coffee maker
- Iron & ironing board
- Dishes & Cutlery
- Hair dryer
- Linens & Towels
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