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The district of Montmartre and art are inseparable; at the end of the 19th century the area was a Mecca for artists, writers and poets. Montmartre maintains its physical charm and the village atmosphere remains remarkably intact. The Moulin de la Galette can be seen from the apartment’s window. The windmill was built in 1622 and was used for grinding wheat and pressing grapes. At the end of the century the mill became a famous dance hall and provided inspiration for artists like Renoir and Van Gogh. One of Paris’s most picturesque squares is the Place des Abbesses with its original Art Nouveau metro station.
This 33m² studio is located near the famous place Pigalle and in a well-maintained building. The entrance has a security system and an intercom. Inside the building, there are two little courtyards. You have to cross one in order to get to the studio.
The staircase is wooden and goes up until the seventh floor, the apartment’s floor (no elevator).
The living room is furnished with a 'latex milano' sofa bed, a low table, a TV with international channels, a DVD, a VCR and a stereo.
There also are a round bistro table and some bookshelves.
This apartment is equipped with telephone and an Internet connection, as well as an A/C.
The open kitchen is equipped with a fridge, a freezer, a dishwasher, an oven with 4 gas burners and a coffee maker.
The bathroom is equipped with a sink and a bathtub.