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|information:6 to 9 months. Electric (up to 50E/mo), Wifi, phone & weekly cleaning included|
|information:More than 9 months. Electric (up to 50E/mo), Wifi, phone & weekly cleaning included|
This studio is in an area called Sevres Babylone, within the 6th arrondissement of Paris, located on the left bank of the Seine. The apartment is on the 4th French floor (5th American floor) of a 7-story elevator building from the 1900s that has a lovely inner courtyard with potted plants. For security purposes, a digital code must be entered at the main entrance of the building in order to be granted access.
The oak hardwood flooring, the ceiling moldings and the neutral and chic décor make this 25m² (approx. 269 sq ft) very charming and give it an authentic Parisian feel. The two southwestern exposed windows overlooking the courtyard allow in plenty of light making the apartment very bright. You will appreciate the quiet of this apartment or hearing the birds tweet when the windows are open! The living space is furnished with a double Murphy bed, sofa, desk, chairs, and a TV equipped with cable. There is an in-built closet with plenty of shelf and drawer space for your belongings. Two French doors open onto the separate eat-in kitchen, which has a dining table for four and all the major utensils and appliances, including a practical dishwasher and washing machine. The modern bathroom has a shower stall with a glass door, a wall-mounted mirror, corner sink and cabinet, and a towel rack. The toilet is in a separate room next to the entrance.
Mass transport is easily accessible from this studio, which is ideally located on Rue Saint Placide & Rue de Vaugirard. You’ll find several great eateries in the Sevres Babylone area, among them L’Epi Dupin and Hélène Darroze, both specializing in French cuisine, and Le Cherche Midi, an Italian bistro. The world-famous Poilâne bakery is just 500 meters away (0.3 miles); it is best known for its amazing bread, with the “miche”, or wheel of sourdough, being the signature item. The famous Le Bon Marché department store and a Nespresso boutique are conveniently located within walking distance of the studio. For a nice outdoor experience, visit the Jardin du Luxembourg (600 meters / 0.4 miles), the second largest public park in Paris and site of the Luxembourg Palace, which houses the French Senate. Less than a kilometer (0.6 miles) from the apartment is the Boulevard St. Germain, a thoroughfare lined with shops, cafés, and bars. The Latin Quarter in the St. Michel neighborhood is also worth visiting, as it is one of the oldest and liveliest areas in the City of Light!
Within a 500-meter radius (approx. 0.3 miles) you have three subway stations: Saint-Placide on line 4, Rennes on line 12, and Sèvres-Babylone on both lines 10 and 12.
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.
Review by: Sarah B.,
May 18 2014
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 4 months
This apartment was great! I had a wonderful time in Paris and this apartment was perfect for me. Tiny but great for one person and very cute. The only problem was with the landlord at the end. He withheld a few hundred dollars from my security deposit for towels. The towels were slightly faded, but not damaged but he was very abrasive about it.
Answer by: Apartment Owner
Jun 12 2014