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At the corner of Rue d'Assas & Rue de Fleurus in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, you will find this fully furnished one bedroom apartment on the 5th floor (equivalent to 6th floor in America) of a typical Haussmannian building. This apartment features a long balcony that can be accessed from every room!
This apartment features wall-to-wall hardwood floors and is tastefully decorated with modern furniture. Natural light is pouring in thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. Step onto the traditional Haussmannian balcony for some fresh air and amazing views of the street below. You will find a set of armchairs and a coffee table in the living room, perfect to relax after a long day strolling around the city. Play a movie on the flat screen television or enjoy a Parisian meal at the dining table. The bedroom features a double-sized bed and a large closet for storage space.
The 6th arrondissement of Paris is centrally located and includes some of the city’s most famous landmarks, restaurants and bars. The gorgeous Jardin du Luxembourg (120m/393ft) is down the street; featured in Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables, it is known as one of the city’s most spectacular parks. Les Bistronautes (68m/223ft) is a local bistro that serves creative cuisine in an eclectic décor. Georgette (32m/104ft) is right at the corner and features modern cuisine in a typical Parisian café setting. Have croissant and hot chocolate at Bread and Roses (70m/229ft), a local bakery located just steps away. You will find and array of brasseries and cafes to try at every corner!
The nearest Metro stations are Rennes (350m/0.220mi) and Saint-Placide (300m/985ft) and will allow you to travel anywhere in the city. You will also have the option to walk through the park to get to Luxembourg RER station (commuter rapid transit) (950m/0.590mi) and quickly get to key areas in the city or travel to the suburbs.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.