"The apartment opens onto a long corridor with parquet and large wall closet where to hang clothes and coats. On the left is the day area featuring herringbone flooring and a wooden fireplace with mirror, which offers both a dining area with table and 4 leather bound stools, and a sitting corner with sofa, two black velvet armchairs and TV set.
A glass door takes to the first bedroom - with another door opening onto the corridor - with double bed (160 cm), black chest of drawers and a stereo with iPod/iPhone docking station. The room is equipped with blinds to block out the light.
At the bottom of the corridor is the bathroom with an extra large shower stall. The second bedroom, which is on the right hand side, has marble fireplace, parquet and a lovely window with blinds looking out onto the courtyard. It is furnished with a double bed (180 cm), TV, Gae Aulenti lamps, bedside tables and a white chest of drawers.
The kitchen has window, too and it comes with a wooden countertop and tiled backsplash. Next to is is the cloakroom with a Japanese high tech toilet by Toto.
- Electric and microwave oven
- Wi Fi Internet
- Nespresso coffee machine
- Water boiler
Montparnasse is an area of Paris, on the left bank of the river Seine, centred on the intersection of the Boulevard de Montparnasse and the Boulevard Raspail, in the 14ème arrondissement.
The area also gives its name to:
Montparnasse station, trains to Brittany, TGV to Tours, Bordeaux, Le Mans… rebuilt as a modern TGV station
the large Montparnasse-Bienvenüe metro station
the Montparnasse Cemetery, where Charles Baudelaire, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, and Samuel Beckett are buried
Tour Montparnasse, a lone skyscraper
The Pasteur Institute is located in the area. Beneath the ground are tunnels of the Catacombs of Paris.
The name Montparnasse stems from the nickname ""Mount Parnassus"" (In Greek mythology, home to the nine Greek goddesses — the Muses — of the arts and sciences) given to the hilly neighbourhood in the 17th century by students who came there to recite poetry.
The closest metro stops are DENFERT-ROCHEREAU (line 4, 6 RER B) and GAITE (line 13).
The closest parking is at 508 mt (Parking Alésia), opposite 204 av. du Maine 75014 Paris."