"Magnificent Haussmanian apartment of 90 sq. mt. with two bedrooms, three bathrooms, double living room, and separate kitchen. It is located in a beautiful building on the outskirts of the 7th arrondissement, not far from Les Invalides. This apartment is ideal for short or long term stays.
The apartment is accessed via a hallway furnished with a beautiful nineteenth-century writing desk. Continuing you reach the double living, composed in part by a dining room with marble fireplace, and on the other end by a living room with two sofas (one can be converted into a sofa bed 140 cm) and TV. Exiting the living area and going through the corridor you can access the various rooms. The first door on the right gives access to a small toilet with sink with a window, while the first door on the left leads to the well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, and lots of workspace.
Continuing, the second door on the left gives access to a bedroom overlooking the courtyard and is furnished with a double bed (160 cm), a large bookcase, and a spacious wardrobe with three doors. Leaving this bedroom, we find one of the bathrooms with a spacious bathtub, sink, washing machine, and electric toilet. At the end of the corridor you reach the main bedroom which also overlooks the courtyard, with a marble fireplace, TV, double bed and a large wardrobe.
The bedroom has an en suite bathroom with sink, shower, and electric toilet.
The apartment is almost entirely floored with period parquet and decorated with ceiling stucco.
The nearest parking is Saemes Parking Lecourbe, 37 bd Garibaldi, 75015.
The nearest metropolitan stations are SEGUR (line 10, 150 meters) or SÈVRES LECOURBE (line 6, 300 meters).
The apartment is located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a district located in the 6th and 7th arrondissements, and together with the Latin Quarter, in the 5th arrondissement, is the heart of the Rive Gauche. The main streets are Boulevard Saint Germain, which runs parallel to the Seine, and Boulevard Saint Michel, which runs perpendicular to it until reaching the Jardin du Luxembourg.
Saint-Germain-des-Prés is known for being an intellectual area for thinkers and writers.
Place St Sulpice, south of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, is the perfect area for an aperitif after a day of shopping. Rue St-André-des-Arts, Rue de Seine, Rue du Four, Rue de Sèvres, and Rue du Bac are full of fashion stores, art galleries, and antique shops.
At the end of Rue du Bac is the Bon Marché department store, while a fabulous market is located in Rue de Buci. Other great shops can be found at Rue Mouffetard and Rue Monge."