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If you're looking for a furnished apartment rental that combines old world style and modern class, this is the place for you. On the second floor (third American floor) of a nineteenth century Haussmannien building near the corner of Rue Labie & Avenue des Ternes in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, this apartment combines the old and the new while providing convenient access to the city and one of its most beautiful neighborhoods. The exterior entrance is protected by an intercom system and there is a concierge in the building, as well as an elevator for your convenience.
The 53 sq m (570 sq ft) apartment consists of a living/dining room with a futon-style sofa bed and a round table with four chairs, a fully equipped modern kitchen, including a cofee maker, an oven and a dishwasher and two bedrooms. The master bedroom has two single beds (90 cm each) that are pushed together to form a king bed. There is also a large mirror and a small juliette balcony that looks onto the courtyard. The second bedroom has a single (90 cm) bed and writing table, as well as a large window onto the street. The rooms are separated by French doors, letting natural light stream through the apartment. There is also a washing machine and cable TV and internet available.
Combining traditional design features from the original nineteenth century building with modern amenities, this apartment has a few astounding features. The floors, excepting the bathroom and kitchen, are parquet hardwood, providing a warm contrast to the stark white walls. Those walls are topped with traditional moldings, adding a vintage flourish. The most phenomenal feature here is the long juliette balcony, connecting the two French windows in the living room with the one in the second bedroom and giving a great view of the iconic façades along the Avenue des Ternes.
This furnished rental is situated in the Batignolles area of the 17th arrondissement, once home to the Impressionists and other artistic groups in the late nineteenth century and now known as one of the most upscale districts in the city. Stroll along the tree-lined Avenue des Ternes or the Boulevard Pereire's promenade and take a look at the boutique shopping and classic architecture of this picturesque neighborhood.
If you feel like taking in some sun, you can head to the Bois de Boulogne, Paris's second largest park and a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. It's only 1 km (.6mi) away, making a trip to the park a breeze. For a more exciting destination, head to the Place de l'Étoile, the largest roundabout in Western Europe and home of the iconic Arc de Triomphe, monument to France's imperial past, just 800 m (.5mi) away.
Public transport is easy to access as well, with the Argentine station on metro line 1 just 650m (.4mi) away on foot. From there, central Paris is a short train ride away, and the rest of the city is easy to reach by transferring.
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