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Live like an elite local in luxury and style with this two bedroom loft apartment in Porte de la Chapelle, Paris of the 18th arrondissement!
Located on Rue de la Chapelle & Rue de Torcy, the two bedroom accommodation sits on the 1st French floor (considered 2nd floor in U.S.) of a 20th century walk-up building. The building is protected by a security system.
Spanning approximately 130sqm (1399sqft), this Paris loft features wall-to-wall windows and sliding glass doors that lead to a private balcony, illuminating the chic interior with natural sunlight. Hardwood floors, a hint of exposed brick on living room walls, high ceilings and walls made of clear glass windows help create an ultra-modern environment. Amenities include a laundry washer/dryer, stylish sofa with colorful decorative pillows, and a round wooden dining table. The open kitchen is fully equipped with all basic cooking appliances and offers a dishwasher for easy clean-up. There is a bar/countertop and two lime green stools in one corner, perfect for eating or prepping meals. Both bedrooms provide a double bed. The balcony overlooks a courtyard.
Porte de la Chapelle, Paris of the 18th arrondissement is located near the popular neighborhoods of Montmartre (3km/1.8mi) and Sacré Coeur (1.6km/1mi). It is a community of locals, offering an authentic look at life in the romantic city. And though it’s not exactly in the city center, this home sits right next to a metro station that will take you anywhere you want to go! Besides, this is Paris – there are bound to be some must-see attractions in the neighborhood. From this loft apartment, tenants can walk (or take a short train ride) to the Dali Museum (1.9km/1.2mi), iconic cabaret Le Moulin Rouge (2.7km/1.7mi), and the famous Montmartre Cemetery (2.6km/1.6mi).
For public transportation around Paris, walk just outside your door to the Marx Dormoy metro station (174ft/53m), serving line 12.
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.