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This alcove studio apartment is located near Trocadero, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. On the right bank of the Seine, this area is one of the wealthiest and most prestigious in the capital. The apartment is on the 4th European floor (equivalent to the 5th American floor) of an 8-story elevator building from the 20th century.
The 34m² (approx. 112 sq ft) rental was renovated in 2013. It is lined with hardwood floors and has a large window with northeastern exposure, which allows in much sunlight and provides lovely views of neighboring rooftops. Next to the entrance, there is a storage closet in the hallway leading up to the living room. This living space is furnished with a red double sofa bed facing a rectangular glass coffee table. There is also a flat-screen TV, shelves with multiple ornaments, and a round glass dining table with two chairs. The separate kitchen has white cabinets and counters and is equipped with the main utensils and appliances, including a practical dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer. Next to the kitchen, you’ll find the marble bathroom, which has a long counter with two washbasins, plenty of cupboard space below, and a large mirror above. It also features a bathtub, toilet, and towel racks. The sleeping alcove contains a double bed, nightstand and wall-mounted lamps; the space is separated from the living area by curtains.
Situated on Rue Boissière between Rue Lauriston and Avenue Kléber, public transportation is readily accessible from this alcove studio apartment. The closest subway stations are Boisière (140 meters / approx. 450 feet), on line 6, and Victor Hugo (350 meters / 0.2 miles), on line 2. You can also easily catch a bus or get a cab in this area. There are several popular attractions and important landmarks in the vicinity. From Boisière, you can take the train south and get off at the next stop, Trocadero, which takes it name from the Place du Trocadéro. This square is site of the Palais de Chaillot, which consists of several buildings housing a number of museums and a theater. The Trocadéro esplanade, which sits atop a hill across from the Tour Eiffel, offers panoramic views of the tower and the Champ du Mars. So aside from the experience, you’re sure to get a great picture there. About 800 meters (0.5 miles) north of the apartment is the iconic Arc de Triomphe, which is found at the center of the Charles de Gaulle “star”—made up of 12 radiating avenues. Among them is Champs Elysées, often referred to as “the most beautiful avenue in the world.” It is lined with chestnut trees, luxury shops, cafés, and movie theaters. If you like modern and contemporary art, visit the nearby Palais de Tokyo. It has a great restaurant on the top floor, where you can take in breathtaking views of Paris as you enjoy your meal. Take advantage of staying in this area to also discover the neighboring areas of Auteuil and Passy, known as one of the richest areas in Paris, including many mansions.
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.