"The guests are welcomed into a lovely hallway connecting all the rooms. On the right you find the living room, furnished with a blue sofa bed (120cm), TV set, a 4-seater dining table and an original wall display cabinet dating back to the same period as the building.
A blackout balcony door, opening out onto the small terrace, allows ample light to enter the apartment.
Coming back into the hallway, the second door on the right leads into the bedroom, furnished with a double bed (140 cm), a chest of drawers and a spacious wardrobe. A blackout French door opens out onto the balcony.
On the left at the end of the corridor, you find the bathroom, spacious and fitted with shower stall, basin, bidet and toilet.
The second door on the left leads into the kitchen, fully equipped with washing machine, cooktop and dishwasher.
The closet subway stop is VAUGIRARD (line 12).
The closest parking is Parking Saemes - 31, rue du Général Beuret (at 266 meters).
The 15th arrondissement is one of the biggest districts of Paris. Unlike other central areas swarmed by tourists, the 15th arrondissement boasts the original features of a typical Parisian district, with fantastic ‘boulangerie’ and top-quality grocery shops.
This area offers many attractions, such as a portion of the Montparnasse district and the Atlantique garden, located on the old tracks of the railway station; the Andrea Citroen park, one of the most beautiful contemporary parks of Paris; the ‘Ruche al 2’ and the ‘Passagge de Dantzig’, which housed the studios of the some of the main XIX century artists.
If you love architecture and bizarre landscapes, don’t miss the Baugrenelle district, on the Seine promenade, only moments from the Eiffel Tower and composed of many towers and buildings so different from the traditional Parisian architectural style. Despite being less charming than the historical Haussmannian buildings surrounding it, the visitors will surely enjoy the contemporary atmosphere of this area."