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Located in Paris’s famous 2nd Arrondissement, this 49m2 (527ft2) apartment is on the North side of the Seine. Located blocks away from Le Grand Rex, and the Maison Mozart, this 2 room apartment is in a prime location. The apartment is located near The Theater Comedie Montorgueil and The Palais Brognard. A Carrefour City Market, a Franprix, and a selection of cafes, can also be found in a five block radius from the apartment. The 1 bedroom apartment is additionally found next to diverse types of restaurants, from Italian to Cambodian cuisine, the closest of which is 0.16 kilometers away.
Found on Rue du Sentier, the apartment enjoys a kitchen, a bedroom and a full bathroom. The fully furnished 2 room apartment, located on the 4th floor (5th North American floor), has tiled and hardwood floors, and multiple windows. The apartment has a contemporary style. The living room, located in a corner of the building, is fully furnished, and boasts three large windows. The living room has an armchair and couch, as well as a coffee table. In the living room is a round dining table, with 4 chairs, adjacent to two windows. The living room also has a TV, as well as a small shelf. The separate kitchen has tiled walls, and a window overlooking the roofs of Paris. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, a gas cooktop, an oven, microwave, dishwasher, toaster, coffee maker and freezer. The combo washer/dryer is also located in the kitchen. The tiled bathroom has a shower. There is a washbasin, an overhead mirror, a WC and towels heater. Towels are included. The bedroom has a king bed. It has a window, and a closet, as well as a drawer.
The apartment is located on Rue du Sentier, in the 2 Arrondissement. There is much to do and see in this bustling neighborhood. Visit museums, such as the Musee du Chocolat (Chocolate museum), and the Musee Grevin, the famous wax museum. Take a 1.2 kilometers (0.8 mile) walk to the Louvre, or visit the gardens of the Palais Royal and its well known Colonne de Buren. Take a walk to the Metiers Art Museum, or tour around Paris’s famous 2 Arrondissement.