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Steps from the historic Place du Trocadéro in the sought-after 16th arrondissement, this spacious 5th floor (6th floor American) one bedroom apartment was originally converted from a two bedroom apartment. This fully furnished rental measures 54 m² with an additional 16 m² of space on the balconies. On a one-way street discreetly nestled behind the trees of Benjamin Franklin Park, the building is served by double security doors with digicode and intercom entry, two elevators, and a full time resident manager.
Wall-sized plate glass windows at each end provide ample light and access onto a large front balcony with a view on the street (perfect for outdoor dining) and a rear balcony with a view on gardens below. The apartment boasts parquet wood floors, cloth-paneled walls and doors, a marble bathroom with a full bathtub/shower, and an illuminated vanity mirror and dressing table. Additionally, there is a separate well-equipped kitchen with a window, a large living room with dining area, and a separate tiled toilet with sink. Amenities include a washer/dryer, dishwasher, many closets, two flat screen high-definition TVs, a mini-radio/CD stereo and Bose iPod/iPhone dock, cable TV, and wi-fi internet connection.
Exposure of this furnished apartment is northwest and southeast. Wall sized plate glass windows at each end provide access onto a large front balcony (perfect for outdoor dining) with a view on the street and a rear balcony with a view on gardens below.
The apartment is located steps away from the lush manicured Jardins du Trocadéro and the Aquarium de Paris/Cinéaqua that provide a view on the Eiffel Tower directly across the Seine River and sits a block away from the Palais de Chaillot, originally built for the 1937 World Exposition, which houses the Musée de l'Homme, the Musée de la Marine, and the Cité de l'Architecture. The Musée Guimet and the Palais de Tokyo are also nearby. The apartment is served by the Trocadero Metro station steps away (with direct access to the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe/Champs Elysées two and three stations away, respectively) and the Passy Metro station three blocks away off the famous Rue de Passy that contains ample dining and shopping, including the Paris Passy shopping center and a weekly outdoor market a few blocks away. Passy was home to Benjamin Franklin when he served as ambassador to France during the American Revolution. The iconic Place du Trocadéro less than a block away contains a taxi stand, provides a breathtaking view on the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars just across the Seine River, and includes well known café-restaurants perfect for Parisian people-watching such as the Café du Trocadéro, the Malakoff, and the hip and stylish Le Coq.
Please note: the apartment is almost directly across the Seine river from the Eiffel Tower but does not provide a view of it. The view shown in the photos is from the Place du Trocadero a few steps away.
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.