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Wood ceiling beams, hardwood floors and a tasteful blend of antique and contemporary furnishings make this one bedroom duplex apartment very charming and full of character. Located at Rue Broca & Rue des Lyonnais, this quiet apartment is a peaceful oasis within the bustling and vibrant Mouffetard area, in the Latin Quarter of Paris. The duplex apartment occupies the 1st and 2nd floors (equivalent to the American 2nd and 3rd floors) of a five story building from the XVII century, equipped with a digicode for guests entry.
Thanks to its large windows in every room, the apartment is very bright and has been decorated to create a cozy atmosphere so you will feel at home right away! There are two main entrances to this apartment, with also an access to the building courtyard. The entrance on the second floor leads to living room #1, furnished with a comfortable sofa, a TV with cable and phone. The dark exposed beams perfectly contrasts with the light antique furniture of the room. The second entrance to the apartment is on the first floor and leads to the bedroom furnished with a double bed. From there you have access to the bathroom, decorated in all soft earth tones, with a walk-in shower and a granite sink. In addition to all the basic amenities, the kitchen is also equipped with a coffee maker, toaster and dishwasher and the adjacent dining area has a wall mounted drop leaf table, saving space when not in use.
There is also a washing machine and dryer in the apartment. And to make your trip even more convenient, the owner will be happy to provide you with maps, neighborhood tips and recommendations.
Located in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, this area is most known for its lively cafes, restaurants and bars making it a great place to live or visit. This one bedroom apartment is only 800 meters (1/2 miles) away from Rue Mouffetard, one of Paris's oldest and liveliest neighborhoods. Every day except Monday, the rue Mouffetard hosts perhaps the most famous street market in all of Paris, where people come to do their daily shopping. Here you will find hundreds of different kinds of cheese, fresh vegetables, meat, seafood, confectioneries and other delicacies. After the market closes, restaurants open up, offering a wide variety of ethnic as well as traditional French food at cafes and creperies. The 5th arrondissement also hosts plenty of independent movie theaters. One of them is located in the famous Panthéon and is Paris’ oldest surviving movie house (1.6 km / 1 mile away). If you like visiting museum, walk 800 meters west (half-a-mile) and you will find the Museum of Natural History, also home to the Jardin des Plantes, an ideal spot for those who want to both admire natural surroundings and understand the science behind them.
The 5th arrondissement of Paris offers a lot of things to do and experience for all tastes, but you might still need to commute to other parts of the city. In that case, the closest Metro station is Censier Daubenton, served by the M7 crossing the capital from its north-eastern to south-eastern sections.
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.