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Become part of the trendy Bastille scene when you rent this studio apartment! Located in the 11th arrondissement, this modernly furnished home is near the historic Place de la Bastille and the trendy République neighborhood.
Placed on Rue Richard Lenoir & Rue François de Neufchateau, the studio apartment sits on the 3rd floor (considered 4th in U.S.) of a four-story 20th century walk-up building renovated in 2009. The classic French building includes a small courtyard and a storeroom in the basement. For maximum privacy, a coded security system is in place.
Decorated in relaxing earth tones, the main living space includes contemporary accessories for a comfortable stay. A suspended double size bed can be pulled down from the ceiling at night and assures maximum floor space during the day. One small grey sofa with decorative pillows faces a flat-screen cable television, accommodating modern indoor entertainment. Additionally, a desk with chair allows commodious space to complete workloads or enjoy recreational activities. It can also double as a dining table! Two windows face the lovely well-kept courtyard and ventilate the home.
An open kitchenette supplies some basic cooking tools, including a microwave, coffeemaker, and mini-fridge. Shelves provide item storage space. The tiled bathroom includes a shower and a window for ventilation. Fresh towels are supplied.
The edgy 11th arrondissement of Paris is well-known for its hip nightlife scene and draws many students year round, making it an exceptionally trendy area. Besides the bars, there are plenty of famous sights to see as well as locally beloved attractions. Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the area.
- Place de la Bastille: Square where the Bastille prison once stood, until the Storming of the Bastille and its physical destruction during the French Revolutionary war. 1.2km/0.7mi. Accessible via foot.
- Pere Lachaise Cemetery: Largest and most visited cemetery in France, featuring the graves of many influential French civilians. 1.3km/0.8mi. Accessible via foot.
- Musee du Fumeur: This museum focuses on the art of smoking. That’s right; it includes a collection of smoking objects including European pipes, 17th century clay pipes, peace pipes, more. 400m/0.2mi. Accessible via foot.
For public transportation around Paris, you don't have to go far! The nearest subway outlet is the Voltaire metro station, serving line 9. 210m/0.1mi.
Review by: Ulrich V.,
Sep 03 2017
Apartment Rental: 12 months
Landlord was very helpful with fixing damages / problems