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This bright and comfortable studio apartment is on the fifth floor (sixth American floor) of a six-story building dating from the nineteenth century. It is located in an affluent residential area in western Paris right next to one of the picturesque park-lined avenues of the 17th arrondissement. The apartment is fully furnished and is located in the Pereire-Place des Ternes area, near the intersection of the Rue du Sergent Hoff & Rue de Saint-Sénoch.
A pleasant and peaceful space for one person, this apartment comes equipped with all the necessary amenities for a long stay in Paris. The living room has a single fold-out couch that faces a TV with cable and a window. There is also a dining table with two chairs against the wall. There is a separate kitchen with a gas oven, microwave oven, full-sized fridge (and freezer), Italian-style stove-top coffee maker and a window. There is a bathroom with a standing shower and sink and a separate toilet room (WC) with a window. The windows in the living room and the WC face the street (NE) while the kitchen's window faces the courtyard (SW).
The surrounding area of Pereire / Place des Ternes is beautiful and calm, well known as the home to Paris's upper middle class families. Far from the loudness and bustle of downtown Paris, the tree-lined avenues and quiet residential streets of his neighborhood give it a charm and ambiance that will make you feel right at home. If you want to experience a more domestic, less hectic part of Paris's that's off the beaten track, this apartment is what you're looking for.
Nearby are several famous fresh food markets (Marché des Ternes and Marché Poncelet) where you can buy everything you need to prepare a typical French meal. There are also several upmarket shopping streets in the Pereire area, serving their clientele with tasteful and high-quality ready-to-wear items. A more traditional shopping experience is the Magasins Réunis on the Avenue des Ternes, a "grand magasin" fating from the beginning of the 20th century and an classic example of Art Nouveau design. Another popular local activity is taking a promenade down one of the iconic avenues built during the late 19th century.
The studio is acessible by several different metro stations, providing access to several different parts of the city quickly and easily. Though it isn't in the heart of Paris, the apartment is far from isolated. The Pereire stop on the 3 line is only 550 m (.4mi) away and the Ternes stop (line 2) is only 650 m (.4 mi) away. The Arc de Triomphe and the major station beneath it (lines RER A, metro 1, 2, 6) are further at 900m (.7mi) away, but offers a wealth of commuting options.
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.