"The entrance to this 60 sq.mt apartment invites its guests to step into an elegant corridor decorated with original stuccos dating back to the first 1900’s and a lovely mirror of the same period. A beautifully maintained original parquet flooring adds charm to this entrance, whilst the three built-in closets allow for modern-day practicality.
At the end of the corridor is the day area, where the living room offers a comfortable atmosphere drenched in natural sunlight and complete with a white leather couch, a white washed wooden credenza, and a modern white TV cabinet. Bright red apples decorate the room in a strikingly original manner, adding a fun touch of colour to the stark white atmosphere. The dining corner offers a wooden table with 4 elegant leather-covered chairs and a bookcase.
To the left of the room a door leads into the kitchen, modern and shiny in its lacquered olive green, and complete with gas burners and a traditional oven. To the right a wooden door opens out into a small, private inner court with plants.
The sleeping area is conveniently accessible from two sides: from the main corridor, to the right, double doors open into the master bedroom, finely finished and complete with a double bed (160cm wide) with fabric covered headboard, two side tables, a chest of drawers and an armchair; a second glass door in the room leads directly into the living room, for the second access.
The second bedroom is found at the end of the living room and offers a small double bed (140cm wide).
The main bathroom is to the left of the corridor, delightfully decorated with bright green flowers and fitted with modern sanitaries including a wash basin, a comfortable stall shower, a bidet and a toilet. For added comfort there is also a second toilette, with toilet and washbasin.
The apartment is located in the 5ème arrondissement, in one of the most charming areas of Paris. Close by is rue Mouffetard, main artery of the neighbourhood and famous in all of Paris for its winding streets and alleys and for its open air food market, where one can still find excellent local specialties and delicacies. The street itself also offers plenty of boutiques of all sorts, as well as restaurants, pubs, cafes, all the way until Place de la Contrescarpe, a quaint corner of Paris which resembles more to a quiet provincial town square.
For those who wish to eat à la Parisienne, the old historical bakery at number 113 bakes fresh bread and pastry every day…
Closest Metro: CENSIER DAUBETON (line 7)
Closest parking: SAEMES Parc Patriarches at 4 place Bernard Halpern, within 218 metres."