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Spacious, colorful, and ultra-modern, this three bedroom apartment in Paris’s 9th arrondissement (Madeleine community) is everything you can want in a home. Boasting luxurious modern amenities, it offers comfort and convenience in an upwardly mobile French neighborhood.
Sitting on Rue Godot de Mauroy & Rue de Sèze, the 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment is located on the 3rd floor (considered 4th in U.S.) of a 5-story 19th century elevator building. It offers a coded security system and a concierge for ensured security.
Lined with hard wood floors, this home brims with modern and luxurious amenities including a Jacuzzi tub in bathroom, DVD player, personal laundry washer/dryer, and double-glazed windows for noise protection. Extra bedding is available in the form of a twin mattress. The fully equipped kitchen offers essential cooking appliances including a dishwasher, long steel countertop, and efficient cabinetry.
Large double glazed windows provide the house with midday sun, lighting up a large dining table for six (perfect for dinner parties!) Hanging contemporary paintings and a decorative fireplace add charm.
Bedrooms 1 and 3, sitting next to each other on the west-end, are extra spacious and elegant. Both include a cable television and closet space. Bedroom 1 provides two twin beds; bedroom 3 supplies a queen sofa bed.
Bedroom 2 is much smaller than the others but offers more privacy, as it is on the east end of the home. This colorful room includes a double bed and cable television.
This grand home in the Madeleine community (9th arrondissement) is near the Opera, Grands Boulevards, and Clichy neighborhoods. On Rue Godot de Mauroy, you will find some small shops and restaurants. Famous attractions (such as famed the famed L’eglise de la Madeleine), beloved cafes, and expensive jewelers surround this area. For some rest & relaxation, meditate by the Seine River (just 900m/0.6mi from apartment). Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the neighborhood.
Public transportation around Paris is easy from this location. Consider walking to the Madeleine metro station serving lines 8, 12, and 14 (280m/0.2mi). Additionally, you may walk to the Opera metro station serving lines 3, 7, 8 (600m/0.4mi).
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: Lauren E.,
Dec 21 2015
Apartment Rental: 4 months
The apartment was really great and large enough for five people to live comfortably. Unfortunately we had some trouble with the old apartment. There was a leaky pipe before we moved in and the entire time we could not use the shower. For one month, we also could not use our bathtub because of the leak. It's very inconvenient for five people to share one bathroom and we did not get any compensation from the owner at all. It just seems that everything took an extra long time to get fixed.
Answer by: Apartment Owner
Jan 26 2016
These five architecture students were coming from Rice University. The young man was staying in the recently renovated studio, which is spacious and separated from the girls' accommodation. It has a desk, some storage units, a shower room and a toilet. The four girls were staying in two very big bedrooms furnished with many cupboards. They also had a lounge dining room, a very spacious bathroom and an equipped kitchen. When they first visited the place, they were thrilled by the apartment and especially by this huge space (each room is about 30 square meters). They told me that they had never seen such an amazing apartment. We communicated regularly on WhatsApp to deal with some minor issues like piping (which happens often in old buildings). They were very understanding about that and made it easier to fix these issues. In return, we did not charge them for some repairs and plumbers interventions, etc. During their stay, the tenants could use the shower and the bathtub. We always communicated warmly and they always pay the rent on time. They have good manners, which is essential. The girls were working hard so they did not have time to take care of the apartment, which is understandable when you are studying. They respected the place and their neighbors. I think they will keep good memories of their stay in Paris. I wish them well for their studies. Marie Georges