"This bright 40sqm apartment is on the fifth floor of a building with elevator and comprises an entrance hall, a living room, a bedroom, a kitchen, a bathroom and a balcony. It is just a few steps away from Montmartre, in a residential area full of shops and restaurants and ideal to enjoy the “real” Paris, not far from the tourist circuits.
The entrance consists of a hallway which gives access to the living area of the house. This environment consists of a sofa bed (140cm), a wooden coffee table, a library and a console with TV. Across the room there is a cupboard and a table for 4 people made of iron and glass where you can have dinner comfortably. The outer wall of the living room is a large window that gives access to the balcony. On the right wall there is a door through which you enter the kitchen, not habitable but well equipped, with a worktop and a washer/dryer.
The master bedroom, located next to the living area, is cosy and is furnished with a double bed (140cm) and a large wardrobe.
The bathroom has a basin and a shower, and the apartment also offers a separate toilet.
The whole apartment is furnished with wooden floors and the rooms are very well insulated thermally and acoustically.
The closest parking is Parking Saemes 73, rue Damrémont, located less than 150 meters from the apartment.
The two nearest metro stations are LAMARCK-CAULAINCOURT and GUY MOQUET (line 13).
The apartment is located a few steps from the hill of Montmartre in the north of Paris, which also represents the highest spot in the city, in the eighteenth arrondissement on the right bank, well known for the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on its summit.
Montmartre has long been a separate village from Paris. About the origin of the name are two hypotheses: it could result from Mont Martis (Mount of Mars) because the hill was the site of a temple dedicated to Mars, god of war, under the Roman period (the hill also hosts a temple dedicated to Mercury), or by the notation ""le mont du martyre"" (Mount of martyrdom), because, according to legend, it was the place where Saint Denis, the first bishop of Paris, in around 250 AD, was beheaded."