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What is black and white and chic all over? This modernly furnished one bedroom apartment near the Bourse in Paris! Located in the 2nd arrondissement (also by Sentier and Montorgueil neighborhoods), this area is known for holding the city’s Stock Exchange building and one of the most beloved open market streets in Paris. The accommodation offers a trendy living space with a unique layout.
Located on Rue Saint Marc between Rue de Richelieu & Rue de Feydeau, the one bedroom home sits on the 5th floor (considered 6th in U.S.) of a six-story elevator building. There is digicode system to enter the building and an intercom (interphone) in the hall foyer.
In the living room, the black sofa against stark-white walls and blond parquet floors gives the home an ultra-modern ambiance. Long flowing curtains lay across the two large windows, which face the narrow Parisian street. There is a dining area on the other end of the room, which is divided by a column. A bold black wall separates the living room from the bedroom, with interior windows that allow communication between the rooms (however may limit privacy).
The bedroom has a double bed and cabinet for storage, and is somewhat open to the shower room. There is a walk-in shower and sink in here, as well as a washing machine and cabinets. The toilet is separate and located near the entrance to the apartment.
The separate kitchen is decked out in white, with plenty of cabinetry and shelving, as well as modern appliances that include a dishwasher, induction stove-top and an oven. There is also a French press coffee maker and a toaster for preparing breakfast.
Located in Paris’s 2nd arrondissement, this onebedroom apartment is placed between the Bourse area, the Grands Boulevards and the Opera district. The Opera Garnier, built between 1862 and 1875 and remains the largest theatre for lyric opera in the world, is just a short walk from the home! This Parisian community offers a hub of cafes, shops, markets, and historic architecture. Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the area.
- Grands Boulevards: Once known as the center of café and theatre life (in the 18th and 19th centuries), this boulevard is lined with historic 19th century buildings. 450m/0.3mi. Accessible via foot.
- Boulevard Haussmann: This street presents a well of beloved restaurants, cafes, stylish shops, and department stores. 1.5km/0.9mi. Accessible via foot or train.
- Place de la Bourse: This historic square near the Seine River features sculptures, shops, and an impressive fountain. 350m/0.2mi. Accessible via foot.
- Le Grand Rex: This is the “biggest movie theatre still operating in Paris”. 700m/0.4mi. Accessible via foot.
For public transportation around Paris, consider walking to the Bourse metro station serving line 3 (350m/0.2mi). Additionally you may walk to the Richelieu-Drouot metro station serving lines 8 and 9 (240m/0.2mi).
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.