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Among the classic architecture in the 2nd arrondissement, on the 1st (2nd American equivalent) floor in a walk-up apartment building built in the 1700s, you’ll find this timeless furnished one bedroom apartment. Located in the midst of the glamorous Opera-Grands Boulevards neighborhood, this apartment is Victorian-era meets contemporary design- a fitting theme given the art nouveau character of this area.
The checker-tiled foyer will lead you into a seemingly grand living area (24sqm) that is dressed with ornate tables and wardrobes, two large windows dressed in heavy drapery, and antique chairs robed in velvet. Vintage collectibles are showcased throughout the room on the decorative fireplace, secretary desk, and glass armoire. However, the vivid, contrasting color palette adds a different flavor to the room with contemporary vibes.
Setting the tempo for this neighborhood, the prestigious Palais Garnier Opera house sits around the corner (800m/.5mi) from you on Rue Auber. Built in the 1800s under the direction of Napolean III, Palais Garnier serves as a cultural and architectural monument. Its high glamor sets the tone for Opera-Grands Boulevards’ lavish lifestyle of high-end fashion, luxury department stores, and trendy cafes. To satisfy your contemporary flair, this area is also home to Le Grand Rex (1.1km/.68mi), Paris’ largest cinema theatre, and the wax museum, Musée Grevin (650m/.4mi).
This apartment also puts you a short walk from main metro stops Quatre-Septembre (line 3 [190m/.12mi]) and Opera (lines 3, 7, 8 [500m/.3mi]).
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