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Saint Germain des Près neighborhood' small street located between Place Furstenberg and rue de Buci.
Exclusive little and calm street of the very demanded Saint Germain des Près area, Parisian core of the latest and most chic fashion shops. One of the most attractive and historic districts of the Seine River's Left Bank, here also are number of selected restaurants and historic cafes such as Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore, favorite haunts of famous French existentialists and expatriated American literate back in the day. Just beside the new Marché Saint Germain (Fashion Market), a few steps away rue de Buci features a special atmosphere and open-air market.
Located on the 1st floor of a 17th century walk-up building equipped with a security system this silent and cosy 23m2 studio has white walls, a nice parquet floor, and 2.30m high ceiling. Overlooking the courtyard, it is southeast exposed.
Placed right after the main door four steps lead to the 15m2 living room, featuring ceiling genuine exposed beams and a window ornate with choice red curtains opening to the silent courtyard. It is furnished with a small round dining table with two similar chairs placed in front of the window, a 140cm wide double bed, a bedside table and lamp, wall mounted short bookshelves, a built in closet screened by a red fabric curtain, a TV set down on a white console, and a telephone.
Close to the entrance, to the left side, the separated practical kitchen is equipped with two electric burners, a microwave oven, a small fridge and a cupboard below the stainless steel sink, shelves on which are put away the utensils, and a window.
To the right side, the bathroom is white tiled and painted, enclosing a tiled shower cabin screened by a plastic curtain, a white ceramic washbasin, and toilet.
The closest metro stations are Mabillon (line 10) and Saint Germain des Près (line 4).