Paris Apartment - 1 Bedroom Rental in Saint-Germain des Prés (PA-3554)

2,680 / month
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Jan 04 2024 open 4
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1 Bedroom Apartment Rental in Saint-Germain des Prés (PA-3554)
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 1 Half Bathroom - Sleeps 4



This cozy and spacious one bedroom apartment, refurbished by an interior designer, is situated in the exclusive 6th district between Rue de Rennes and Rue du Cherche Midi. A few steps away from the historical district of Saint Germain des Pres with its elegant, trendy streets known for the many stylish fashion shops, antiques' shops, art galleries, sophisticated and traditional restaurants, pubs and cinemas. After World War II, St. Germain des Pres became synonymous with intellectual life centered around bars and cafes. Within a short walking distance are the Seine River and the Luxembourg gardens are in a few minutes. There are all sorts of essential shops and services in the neighborhood like the open-air markets.

The 60m² (approx. 645 sq ft) apartment is situated on the 5th floor of a well-maintained 19th century elevator building. The main entrance gate is protected by a security system as well as an intercom. Located between two courtyards, it offers a calm environment and southern and northern exposures.

The apartment has painted walls and wooden floor everywhere. The entry door opens on a hallway. On the left-hand side is the living room, the kitchen is in the end and the bedroom, the shower room and the separate toilet are on the left-hand side.

The 27m² (approx. 290 sq ft) living room has two windows and a decorative fireplace. It is furnished with a dining table, a 90cm-wide sofa bed, armchairs, a TV combined with a VCR, a stereo and a phone.

The 10m² (approx. 108 sq ft) bedroom has a window with exterior shades and an antique stove. It is furnished with a 180cm-wide (king size) bed and a cupboard. The en-suite tiled shower room has a washbasin surmounted by a mirror and a large shower cabin.

The separate but open kitchen is equipped with a stainless-steel sink, a fridge, a washing machine, a dishwasher, an electric oven, four gas burners, a cooker hood, a coffee maker and a toaster.

Heating and water heater are individual with gas.

For convenient travel around Paris the nearest metro station is Saint Placide (line 4).

  • Cable,
  • TV,
  • Internet,
  • Laundry inside the apartment,
  • Dryer,
  • Pets allowed,
  • Smoking not permitted,
  • Elevator
Map: Paris Furnished Rental - Rue Saint Placide, betw. Rue de Rennes & Rue du Cherche Midi 75006 Paris (6th Arrondissement)
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  • 4 Train to Saint-Placide Station
  • 12 Train to Rennes Station
  • 10, 12 Trains to Sèvres-Babylone Station
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Living room
Features: Sheets, Window, Cable, Phone, TV, Sofa, Dining table
Number of beds: 1
Bed size: sofa bed (double)
Kitchen (Separate)
Features: Fridge, Dishwasher, Microwave, Freezer, Coffee maker, Toaster
Features: Sheets, Window
Number of beds: 1
Bed size: bed (king)
Bathroom # 1
Features: Shower, Towels
Bathroom # 2 (half)
Features: Window, WC

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.

Ratings & Reviews
1 Bedroom Apartment Rental in Saint-Germain des Prés (PA-3554)
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4.6 stars

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Apartment Reviews (2)
Review by: John Scott W.,
Apr 09 2019
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 2 months

This apartment is well equipped for Americans who are used to having built-in dishwashers, washer and dryer, and a fair amount of space in the living room and dining room. The downside is the bathroom, which consists of a raised (6") tiled area, about 6 feet by 6 feet, onto which is installed a shower, which drains in the center of this area, and a small sink (12" in diameter) with no partition between the shower and sink. Therefore, one has to point the shower head away from the sink so that the other half of the bathroom doesn't get so wet. The entire 6 foot square area DOES get wet, however, so if you want to do anything at the basin after a shower, you stand on a cold, wet floor. Otherwise, this bathroom is all right and serves the purpose. One can step down onto a dry rug from this tiled area and get dressed easily since a closet with shelves faces this bathroom.

The only other downside is that there is a 6th floor above this 5th floor unit and, though I was not home during the morning and early afternoons, my husband was and heard yelling on most days from the 6th floor or adjacent unit. We couldn't ascertain where that noise was coming from: kids and a mother yelling.

Otherwise, this is a clean, well-equipped apartment, well located to many metro stations and bus stops, bakeries, and the Grand Epicerie of Bon Marche and 10 min. from the Luxembourg Gardens. There's an elevator and rooms are light. An added plus is that the owner is an artist and displays lovely paintings in each room.

Answer by: Apartment Owner
May 23 2019

Hello John,
Thank you for pointing out what bothered you: that's what we called in France "positive criticism"!
Regarding the bathroom, the shower head needs to be well oriented indeed, and I can assure you that if you're careful enough, the bathroom won't be flooded. It's been 20 years now that I rent the place and nobody ever talked about it.
I can understand that the bathroom is very small.
I had the sink replaced. It is now bigger and more convenient, and it's in porcelain.
Regarding the neighbor, on the 4th floor, it is true that she speaks loudly and has five kids, but they all go to school, and they often leave on weekends and go on vacation. When you put some music on, you can't hear them.
Thank God, they go to bed very early... I hope both of you are well and that you will come back soon!
Regards, Caline..

Review by: Alicia M.,
Oct 30 2018
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 4 months

Back from our Paris trip for more than a few month, we still miss it. What a unique place to stay in, what a privilege to enjoy such a beautifully decorated place in the center of the best arrondissement in Paris! High ceilings and hardwood floors give it a classic and lavish feel. The owner has gone out of her way to give it a personal and artful touch, with exceptional love for detail. The kitchen is spacious for local standards and very well-equipped. The big living/dining room features painting and sculptures of the owner and other artists. It has a long table for work and entertainment. The bedroom is separated by a corridor. It is cozy and dominated by a king-size bed. The bathroom situated off the bedroom is very small with a shower, the toilet is off the corridor. It is an apartment where you can easily spend rainy days and long winter evenings without forgetting that you are in beautiful Paris. The building is ideally situated on quiet Rue Saint Placide, betw. Rue de Rennes
& Rue du Cherche Midi with between attractive bistros, cafes, and small stores, very close to metro, multiple bus lines, and major shopping, including Fnac (on neighboring Rue Rennes) and Bon Marche (a few minutes down neighboring Rue Saint-Placide). There are some of the best bakeries, butchers, delis and chocolatiers just around the corner. Outdoor fresh produce market around the corner on Boulevard Raspail three times per week (all organic on Sundays). And within minutes by foot one can reach the jewel of Parisian parks, the Jardin du Luxembourg. Ideal for morning walks, jogging, ball play, picnics, or just taking in the exceptional atmosphere of an extremely well-kept French garden, with Palais du Luxembourg (now seat of the French senate) as a backdrop. We stayed for almost 4 months in the apartment and could not get enough... The landlord was very approachable and any small issue (such as replacing light fixtures or bulbs) was attended to conscientiously. The only minor
downside from an all-American perspective may be the lack of air conditioning, but outside of hotels this is anyways rare in France (or the rest of Europe) and windows on opposites sides of the apartment can always be opened wide to get a fresh breeze on the few hotter days in summer (besides, this is Europe and if it was for air conditioning one could as well stay back home...).

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