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This furnished studio apartment, renovated in 2005, is located in a 6-story (equivalent to the European 5-story) walk-up Haussmannian building in the Canal Saint Martin neighborhood of Paris. On the third floor (second French floor), it faces southeast and overlooks the private courtyard of the building. The entrance is secured by a digicode system.
When entering the apartment, on your right is a practical alcove to be used as storage space, and on your left is the bathroom with shower stall. Across from it is a short hallway that leads to the eat-in kitchen. Lined with tiled floors, the kitchen has all the basic appliances you’ll need to cook your own meals, as well as a dining table that seats two and a convenient washing machine. It opens onto the sleeping alcove, which contains two single beds, wall-mounted shelves, flat-screen TV, a large dresser to store your personal belongings, and a desk to work from home.
On Rue Marie et Louise between Avenue Richerand and Rue Bichat, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, the studio is on a little street, less than 400 feet (121 meters) from the charming Canal Saint Martin and a pedestrian bridge to cross it. The canal is a popular area among Parisians because of its beautiful landscape with abundant greenery and bridges. You’ll find plenty of restaurants, bars, stores and shops around the corner along the nearby thoroughfares. You can take the RER express trains at Gare Du Nord and Gare De L’Est stations, both within a 1½-mile (2.41 km) radius. The closest metro station for local trains is Goncourt, on line 11, 0.3 miles (480 m) away. Alternatively, you can take the 2 train at the Colonel Fabien station, or the 5 train at Jacques Bonsergent. The most convenient station, however, is République (a ½-mile / 800 m away on the other side of the canal) since it provides access to lines 3, 5, 8, 9 and 11, making it easy to explore the entire capital city!
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.