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Found in the Les Halles neighborhood, in the second arrondissement of Paris, this 1 bedroom furnished apartment is situated on the second American floor of a 5-story building (considered 1st floor of a 4-story by Europeans). Although built in the 19th century, this walk-up building was renovated in 2012 and features a digicode security system as well as a concierge. The edifice, like many of authentic Parisian ones, has its own private courtyard which you overlook from the windows of the apartment.
Featuring high-ceilings (more than 10-foot high) and the sizeable windows coming with them, the apartment is cozy and comfortably furnished. The living room, showing fireplace and exposed beams, falls into a reception area with double sofa bed and a dining one with dining table and chairs fitting 5. The kitchen comes equipped with the basic appliances and utensils you might need as well as a washing machine for your convenience. The bedroom features a double bed and two built-in closets with shelves and ward-robe to easily store your personal belongings. The bathroom, situated between the living room and the bedroom, has a shower and towel warmer.
On Rue Greneta and Rue Dussoubs, you are in the middle of a pedestrian area of Paris, next to the famous Halles and to Montorgueil and Sentier districts. Your direct neighborhood is a thoroughfare with a large choice of quality food products, restaurants and cafes, as well as other services. Les Halles mall is only 1/3 mile (1.06 km) away as the Centre Georges Pompidou or Beaubourg Museum is reachable after a short 0.4 mile (640 meters) stroll! In addition to those, you are really close to main points of interest such as the Seine River bank, the Notre Dame Cathedral on Ile de la Cite, all are in a 0.8 mile (1.28 km) radius from your building, so is the Louvre Museum! From its adjoining Tuileries Garden, one of the historic most known parks in Paris, there is an incredible view - the alignment of the Obelisk on Place de la Concorde, the Champs- Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe. You are in a very central area, very convenient to travel around Paris. The closest and most convenient metro station is Reaumur-Sebastopol, on the 3 and 4 lines, catch them to travel the City of Lights from North to South and from East to West!