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A delightful site, the Saint Martin channel is bordered by trees, all along dotted with locks and little bridges, becoming one of Parisians' favorite areas to live. Started under Napoleon 1st, finished
in 1825, it was Louis XIV who first imagined this gorgeous channel, remaining one of the most idyllic Parisian landscapes. Promises of enjoyment are the cycle tracks From Bastille to the Villette district.
Sainte Marthe place is still a precious, unique spot of this neighbourhood to be captured with its cafes and appetizing restaurants. It also neighbors the Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord railroad stations. High speed trains to London and Belgium start from this last one. For instance, in about ten minutes distance by metro is the Louvre Museum, and the Seine River. Nearby, the République Place offers a large option of restaurants, cafés, and diverse sorts of shops.
This 50m² one-bedroom apartment is located on the fourth floor (5th for USA) of 19th century building. The entrance building is protected by a code security system. This door opens onto the hall, which leads to the stairs.
The entrance door opens onto the corridor. It leads to the left to the bathroom, then to the bedroom, straight ahead to the dressing room. It leads to the right to the living room and the open kitchen.
The 28m² living room has three windows overlooking the Canal St Martin. It is decorated with an eclectic style. It is furnished with a sofa bed, an armchair, a dining table, and a chest of drawers.
The open kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, 4 gas burners, an oven, a coffee maker and a kettle.
The 9m² bedroom has one window overlooking the courtyard. It is furnished a double size bed, a closet, a chest of drawers and a TV.
The dressing room is equipped with a laundry machine.
The nearest metro station is Jacques Bonsergent (line 5).
Heat and hot water use gas and are individually metered.