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|information:Cable-Internet-phone 35 euro /month - Move out cleaning fee: 50 Euros|
There is something alluring about narrow cobblestone streets and ivy-covered buildings. It’s the sense of nostalgia that makes you want to sit at a café, brooding over coffee and delved into a newspaper article. Make this your reality when you stay in this furnished studio apartment. You’ll find it tucked away on the 5th (6th American equivalent) and final floor of a Parisian walk-up apartment building hidden in Saint-Germain des Pres, Paris.
Just a few blocks away from the Seine, and everything center of Paris, you’ll long to get lost in the charismatic splendor of Saint Germain des Pres. This area has been a long time home for politicians, writers, and artists, all of whom we are sure to accredit for the philosophical aesthetic of this neighborhood. Don’t be surprised when you find yourself pondering the values of life while sitting at Café de Flore (750m/.47mi). These inherent feelings are a part of Parisian life in St. Germain, which is why Woody Allen filled a scene for his romantic movie, Midnight in Paris, in this very neighborhood at the Crémerie-Restaurant Polidor (700m/.43mi). The 6th arrondissement is also home to the Jardin de Luxembourg (800m/.5mi), who's luxurious green space runs vast through Paris city centre.
This quaint area has everything you need within walking distance, including metro stations Odéon (450m/.28mi [line 4, 10]), Pont-Neuf (500m/.3mi [line7]).
The romance doesn’t stop at the street though. When you walk up the narrow staircase to this studio, you'll feel as though you stepped into the pages of history. This apartment is something out of an olden-tale with its vaulted ceilings, exposed wooden beams, and skylights. You’ll lie in bed at night counting the stars and contemplating the universe.
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.