This furnished apartment is located on the Rue de Nesle in Paris, a buzzing street with book wholesaler activities during the day. In the evening, this small street -- which has kept its original characteristics dating back to 1607 -- leads down to the river or up onto the famous and lively Boulevard St. Germain near Odeon Place in the heart of the Latin Quarter.
This area abounds with historical points of interest such as the Sainte Chapelle, in the Law Courts, built under Saint Louis from 1241 to 1248, and Cluny's Thermae (from the third century), Hotel (from the 15th century) and Museum (from the19th century), among others. In addition, Notre Dame, the Académie Française, the Louvre and the Sorbonne are in very short walking distance from the apartment. A large variety of nice shops, celebrated restaurants and cafes, cinemas, and basic services such as supermarkets are near this accommodation.
This 30m² (approx. 320 sq. ft.) one-bedroom apartment is located on the first floor of an 18th century walk-up building. The main entrance gate is protected by a coded security system and opens into a corridor leading to the authentic 18th century staircase.
The 12m² (approx. 125 sq. ft.) living room has a parquet floor and a large window overlooking a calm courtyard with a western exposure. It is furnished with a sofa, shelves, and a dining table with chairs. It is equipped with a cable TV, a DVD player and a stereo.
The open kitchen is accessible through the entrance corridor and has an opening that goes into the living room. It has a tommette tiled floor and is equipped with four vitro-ceramic burners topped by a cooker hood, an oven, a refrigerator, a freezer, and a double steel sink.
The 8m² (approx. 85 sq. ft.) bedroom has two windows, one of which opens onto the same courtyard as the living room and the other overlooking a quiet impasse. On the mezzanine, accessible by a ladder,there is a double-size bed. The ceiling is approximately three feet high. Under the mezzanine there is a sofa bed.
The bathroom has a window and contains a bathtub, a washbasin, a toilette and, in a recess, the washing machine and the dryer.
Above the kitchen and the entrance hallway, there is a mezzanine used as an extra storage place accessible by a ladder.
Heat and hot water are bath electric.
For convenient travel around Paris, the nearest metro stations are Mabillon (line 4 and 10), St. Germain (line 4) and Pont Neuf (line 7).