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Live like a local in this furnished one bedroom apartment on Rue Charlot between rue de Bretagne and rue du Poitou! Located in Place de la Republique in Paris’s 3rd arrondissement, it is conveniently placed near the Le Marais community.
This one-bedroom apartment is situated on the second floor (considered 3rd in U.S.) of a 16th century walk-up building. The main entrance gate is protected by a coded system and opens into a paved courtyard. From there, a door giving access to the building opens into an old-fashioned staircase. For maximum convenience, a private laundry washer and dryer are available on premise.
This Paris accommodation embraces a classic environment. It features hardwood floors, exposed beam ceilings, and wooden furniture. The layout of this apartment is as follows: An entrance opens into a narrow hall leading to a living room and open kitchen on the left, to the bedroom on the right, and to the bathroom straight ahead.
In the living room, wood accessories sit atop a parquet floor. Two double-glazed windows overlooking the courtyard provide ventilation and some natural illumination of the space. Highlights include a convertible sofa bed, small dining table, and flat-screen cable television with DVD player.
A stylish open kitchen presents cabinet space for item storage and a dishwasher for maximum convenience. It is equipped with most basic cooking appliances, including four vitro-ceramic burners, a combo microwave/grill oven, a refrigerator, and a freezer. The laundry washer/dryer is included here. The tiled designer bathroom includes a shower with sliding glass doors and fresh linen.
The white bedroom features an exposed brick wall and one window. A double sized bed with sheets and one small desk are supplied. Hanger and shelf space accommodate item storage.
Sitting in the heart of the city, this lovely Paris one bedroom apartment is nearby a plethora of tourist attractions, cafes, and small shops. Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the area:
- Centre Georges Pompidou: cultural center. 900m/0.6mi. Accessible via foot.
- Le Marais: One of Paris’s oldest and most charming communities. 450m/0.3mi. Accessible via foot.
- Picasso Museum: One of the most extensive art collections from Cubist painter Pablo Picasso. 350m/0.2mi.
For public transportation around Paris:
- Filles du Calvaire: Offering the 8 line. 500m/0.3mi.
- Saint-Sébastien Froissart: Offering the 8 line. 500m/0.3mi.