This beautiful 1 bedroom apartment is located in the heart of Paris’ up and coming district, near the Canal St Martin. Located on the sixth floor of the building, accessible by elevator, the apartment enjoys both the view of the bustling streets and the quiet solace of the inner courtyard when the windows are open. The living room and bedroom both have balconies which open onto the inner courtyard.
You enter into the long open-plan living, dining and kitchen when you enter the apartment. The WC and bathroom is also on your right just after the entrance, which is outfitted with a deep granite sink in contemporary style. It also comes with a bathtub and hair dryer.
Further along the apartment is the fully-equipped kitchen which enjoys ample space from being in an open-plan setup. There is a full-height fridge/freezer, oven, microwave oven, toaster, coffee machine, kettle and a dishwasher, along with any cooking utensils you may require. Running parallel to the kitchen are the 3 balconies which open out into the courtyard while just in front of the kitchen stove is a dining table which can seat three.
The living room then merges uniformly, with the same clean white colour theme perpetuating in the apartment, accentuated with statement furniture in grey and white. Of special mention is the LeCorbusier chair, which acts as the benchmark for the quality of furniture and finishing in the apartment. The teak sofa also doubles as a comfortable sofa bed for one. The flat screen television is complimented with a sound system, and international cable television channels.
Adjacent to the living room on the left is the bedroom with 2 single beds, facing the petite balcony, which can be pushed together to form a double bed. The bedroom is also furnished with a wardrobe and a low cabinet in the continuous grey and white theme.
Nearest metro: Jacques Bonseargent
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Paris’ 10th arrondissement is most popular amongst its youth today for the being the place to be seen, it is also an ideal location given its proximity to Place de Republic, Place de la Bastille and the opera there, as well as the Marais which is equally vibrant in its own right. Many nouveau bistros and restaurants have also opened in this district creating a great fusion of restaurants that are steadily rising to the top of food critics’ lists.
The area is also close to Gare de l’Est and Gare du Nord (East Train Station and North Train Station) which service the European rail network, and which is why the area has long been the melting pot for different cultures and people to meet and cross over – giving it a cultural mix unique to this area of Paris.
Stroll along Magenta boulevard with its many boutiques, the Saint-Denis rue du Faubourg or the Indian district of Paris. For a theatrical performance, you will be spoiled for choice amongst: the Antoine theater, the Bouffes du Nord theater, the Gynasium theater, Theatre de la Porte Saint-Martin, or the Renaissance Theatre. Worth a visit as well is the Brady walkway and the passage of Prado .
- 2 twin beds
- Sofa bed (single size)
- Linens & towels
- Heating (central)
- Oven & Stove
- Microwave & toaster
- Water kettle
- Coffee maker
- Dishes & cutlery
- Cable TV (International channels)
- Fast Internet access (WIFI)
- Vacuum cleaner
- Drying rack
- Iron & iron board
- Security code
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