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This two-bedroom apartment is in the Champs Elysées area in the 8th district of Paris. It is located on the first floor (second in the USA) of a 19th century walk-up building. A coded security system, a concierge and an intercom secure the main entrance gate.
The apartment opens into the living room with the open kitchen. To the left is the bathroom and a corridor leads to both bedrooms straight ahead.
The living room has two windows overlooking the street with a southwestern exposure. It is furnished with a sofa, coffee tables, a console with a cable TV, two poufs, a stereo, as well as some decorative items. There are also a dining table with four matching chairs, two chests of drawers and some shelves. There is AC and electric heat in each of the rooms.
Wireless Internet access is available.
The open kitchen has a dining table with four design chairs, four vitro ceramic burners, a refrigerator, a freezer, a washing machine, a combo microwave/grill oven, a coffee maker and a kettle.
The first bedroom has one window with northeastern exposure overlooking the courtyard a second window with southwestern exposure overlooking the street. It is furnished with a queen-size bed, two bedside tables, a flat screen TV and is equipped with a built-in closet and a chest of drawers for storage.
The second bedroom has one window with northeastern exposure overlooking the courtyard and a second one with southwestern exposure overlooking the street. It is furnished with a trundle bed, a closet and a bedside table.
The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub and showerhead, a toilet and a washbasin.
This furnished two bedroom apartment is located on Rue du Boccador between Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V. It is in the so-called Golden Triangle between Avenue Georges V, Avenue Montaigne and the Champs Elysées. The Avenue des Champs-Elysées is one of the most renowned and beautiful avenues in the world. At one end of the avenue is the Arc de Triomphe, built from 1806 to 1836 under Napoleon Bonaparte to honor his victories. On the other end are the Place de la Concorde and its historic obelisk. Luxury boutiques, gourmet restaurants and gorgeous side walk cafes, as well as all sorts of convenience stores can be found in the neighborhood. The Louvre and the Eiffel Tower are about 10 minutes away by metro or bus.
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.