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This three bedroom vacation rental is located in Parc des Buttes Chaumont, a quiet neighborhood in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, on the right bank of the River Seine. It is on the ground and first floors (1st and 2nd floors for Americans) of a 5-story building from 1994 with an intercom at the entrance for security. During your stay, you’ll enjoy the convenience of an in-unit washing machine, parking space in a garage, and wifi internet available access throughout.
The 100-m² duplex accommodation is lined with parquet floors, features high ceilings, and has exposure to the east and west, allowing in a lot of natural light. The living room is furnished with a sofa, armchair, and ottoman, facing a wall with built-in bookshelves from floor to ceiling, a flat-screen TV and DVD player. There is also a dining table where you can serve your home-cooked meals, which you can prepare in the separate eat-in kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with all of the main appliances and utensils and features adequate counter and shelf space. There are two bathrooms, both with a vanity sink and wall-mounted mirror, but one has a tub-shower, while the other has a shower stall. The toilet is in a separate room with a small washbasin and storage cupboard. There are three bedrooms, one with a double bed, and two with a single bed and desk. A lovely private balcony with potted plants provides a nice view toward the front street.
Situated on Rue Michel Tagrine & Rue Georges Lardennois, this three bedroom vacation rental is within close proximity of three subway stations, making it easy to commute to the center of Paris. Colonel Fabien is just 550m away and provides access to Line 2, while Bolivar (400m or 1/4 of a mile) and Buttes Chaumont (800m) are on Line 7. You’ll love this peaceful neighborhood if you enjoy spending time outdoors, since there are several public green spaces in the area, including Parc des Buttes Chaumont, right down the street, and Parc de La Villette (2km or approximately 1.2 miles), which is home to the popular Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie—a music museum, 3 large concert venues, an IMAX theatre, and an outdoor movie theater, among other attractions. Go for a leisurely stroll along the nearby Canal Saint Martin or Canal de l’Ourq and admire the picturesque views that the City of Light is well known for. Take a promenade along the tree-lined cobble stone streets of the Mouzaïa quarter (1.3km or .8 miles), which has charming little stone houses with wrought iron fences. Or take one of three stairwells that lead up to La Butte Bergeyre (350m or a little less than a quarter of a mile), a peaceful residential area with a beautiful communal garden where you’ll have one of the best views of Montmartre and the Sacré Coeur Basilica. There are also various elements of cultural interest nearby, such as La Rotonde de la Villette(1.2km or 3/4 of a mile)—a monument that dates back to the 1780’s when it served as part of the toll barrier constructed just before the Revolution—and the Conservatoire de Paris (2.1km or 1.3 miles)—a prestigious college of music, dance, and dramatic arts. The historic French Communist Party headquarters (450m or a bit over a fourth of a mile), renamed Espace Niemeyer in 2008, is another must-see because of its atypical architecture reminiscent of a flag flying in the wind.
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