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One of the most youthful areas of Paris, the Latin Quarter -- so called because all communication between students and teachers took place in Latin from the Middle Ages until the French Revolution -- is a few steps from the Seine River and Notre Dame Cathedral. The famous Boulevard Saint Germain, with its sophisticated fashion shops and selected restaurants, traverses the quarter. In addition, there are nice pubs and cafes, the well-known Maubert open-air market and, a little farther, the Mouffetard open-air market with all sorts of French specialties -- fresh baguettes and pastries, seafood, choice fruits and vegetables, and unique kinds of cheeses. There are many other convenience stores, select restaurants, cafes, and supermarkets in the area.
This 42m² (approx. 450 sq. ft.) apartment is located on the third floor (fourth in the USA) of an 18th century walk-up building. A coded security system protects the main entrance gate.
The entrance door opens into the corridor, which leads to the bedroom, the bathroom and the kitchen on the left. Straight ahead is the living room.
The 16m² (approx. 170 sq. ft.) living room has two windows overlooking the street with a northern exposure. It is furnished with a double-size sofa bed, an armchair, two coffee tables, a dining table with matching chairs, a TV, a VCR, shelves, and two desks with four chairs.
The 9m² (approx. 95 sq. ft.) bedroom has one window overlooking the courtyard with a southern exposure. It is furnished with a double-size bed, a bedside table, two built-in closets, shelves and three chairs.
The separate kitchen is equipped with four electric burners, a refrigerator/freezer, a small dishwasher, an oven and a coffee maker.
The bathroom has a shower, a washbasin, a toilet, a combo washer/dryer and closets.
The closest metro station is Place Maubert (L10).
Heat and hot water are electric and individually metered.
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.