"This 95 sq.mt apartment opens up onto a foyer that leads, on the right, to a double living room which includes a dining area with a wooden table for 6 people, a steel lamp and an art deco console and a living area with two white leather couches, two zebra poufs, two art deco armchairs covered with a black cloth, a central fireplace and two checkered consoles surmounted by two funny papier-mâché busts of dog. The room is richly decorated with paintings and eccentricities.
A door located on the right of the living room leads to the first bedroom, furnished with a closet covering an entire wall, a double bed (140cm), a marble fireplace with mirror, two bedside tables and a steel lamp. Back in the foyer, a door located on the other side of the entrance door leads to the master bedroom, which offers two built-in closets, a double bed (140cm) with two trunks used as bedside tables on one side and a small table on the other. A steel and glass console located in front of the bed is used as support for the TV, while a beautiful art-deco chest of drawers, surmounted by a marble surface and by a period crystal lamp, is located at the end of the room. The en-suite bathroom is fitted with a tub, a bidet, a large basin and a WC.
In the foyer there are two other doors: the first one leads to a bathroom covered with a violet mosaic and fitted with a shower stall, a basin and a WC; the second door leads to a fully equipped kitchen with dark coloured pieces of furniture and various work surfaces, vetroceramic hob, microwave and washing machine. A closet located behind the door hides all the necessary housekeeping equipment.
- Vacuum cleaner
The apartment is located in the 2ème arrondissement, in the heart of the Montergueil area, famous street which Manet himself depicted in one of his masterpieces, a now trendy and fashionable area with bars, restaurants and French delicatessens. This long street connects Les Halles and the Louvre Museum to the Grands Boulevards.
Located in the very heart of the city, the apartment is in a strategic area, ideal for easily reaching all the major points of interest Paris has to offer.
The closest metro stop is ETIEN MARCEL (line 4). In the vicinity there are also SENTIER (line 3) and CHATELET LES HALLES (line 1, 4, 7, 11, 14, RER A, B).
The closest pay parking garage is Saemes at 258 metres, at Parc St Eustache, Rue Coquillière."