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Celebrate the contrast provided by the comfort you'll find inside this polished one bedroom apartment and the historic Marais district that is outside its door. Found on the 3rd floor of a walk-up building dating from 1920 in the 3rd arrondissement, this apartment has modern amenities like a washing machine and digicode at the entrance, combined with quaint views of the small Parisian street outside.
Inside, bold accent colors strike you in contrast to the light blond floors and the bright white walls. The living room features a chocolate colored convertible sofa bed (double size) with rich red pillows that match the rug and curtains. These curtains can block the light that streams in from the tall windows of the apartment (three sets overall!) which have southern exposure. You have a flat screen television with a DVD player for entertainment, and for entertaining guests or family, a dining table that can seat up to 4 easily. Cook your meals in the neatly fitted kitchen, with built-in appliances that blend seamlessly with the glossy white cabinets and counterspace. Though it doesn't look cluttered, you have a fridge, dishwasher, oven, two induction hotplates, microwave, coffee maker AND toaster all integrated into the space; somehow there is still plenty of countertop available for food preparation, a fantastic amenity for ambitious chefs. In the bedroom, mirrors and minimal furnishings keep the space looking open. Near the entrance, you have the bathroom (which even has a frosted window for ventilation), with a rainfall shower that is sure to provide relaxation after a long day roaming the pedestrian streets of the area.
Situated on rue Sainte-Anastase in the sought-after Le Marais area, you have the benefit of living on a residential street with a more commercial one (rue de Turenne), just around the corner. This street has plenty of small shops, as well as being dotted with the art galleries this section of Paris is known for. If you venture 400 meters (approximately a quarter of a mile) south, you'll find yourself at the Place des Vosges, built in 1605 and once the residence of the author Victor Hugo, but currently a popular place to hang out or eat lunch. The museums of the area include the Musée Carnavelet, the Musée Coqnccq-Jay and the Musée de la Poupée. You can also take in the famous views of the Seine, just 1 km south (approx .6 miles) which looks onto the Ile Saint-Louis. For local relaxation, just stop in one of the many cafes of the area, and at night, the Rue du Parc Royal has plenty of bars if you want to try a bière (beer) or glass of vin (wine)!
The nearest metro station is truly near! at just two blocks from the apartment, you have the Saint-Sébastien Froissart stop, which serves line 8. This runs south to the transit hub at the Place de la Bastille (Lines 1, 5, 8) or north to that of République (Lines 3, 5, 8, 9 and 11!). With a little planning, you will have no trouble accessing any of Paris' arrondissements.
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.