An authentic unquestionably live village of residential and commercial streets is the Parisian traditional Quartier Montorgueil, in its most part pedestrian, as retractable boundary marks allow almost only the residents to go in with their autos. Place of gourmets’ choice, renowned for the quality from father to son victuals’ shops, and also for the fact that for long time it has been the domain of fashion designers. Paved with small stones, rue Montorgueil is the heart of this area, enclosing remarkable restaurants, and having all along number of pleasant cafes.
This tasteful character 75m2 two-bedroom apartment is located on the 4th floor (first floor walk up) of a 17h century building protected by a security system and having a narrow elevator (for two slim people). South and north exposed, overlooking the street and a nice place showing an antique fountain, it has yellow, salmon and white painted walls, a choice parquet floor except in the first bedroom where there is a rattan wall to wall carpet, and genuine beams on the 2m76 ceiling.
Straight after the main door is the dining area, which is the first part of the 40m2 living room. There is a quality rectangular wooden dinning table with four chairs (two extra chairs are available). The second part is furnished with a white sofa, a rectangular coffee table, two armchairs, a wall mounted cable TV with international channels, two windows, a stereo set down on a stand, an area carpet and houseplants.
Genuine vertical beams paired by a glass wall separate the two bedrooms (there is a not pictured curtain screening it). The 13m2 master bedroom encloses a 160cm wide Queen bed, a bedside table, two windows protected by purple curtains, recessed wall shelves, a lamp, and an antique cabinet. A wide Japanese sliding door isolates the second bedroom fitted out with a 140cm wide double sofa bed, a computer standing on a desk (ADSL Internet connection is available), a chair, a cabinet, two windows protected by curtains and houseplants.
Between both sides of the living room, the U-shaped open kitchen is equipped with four vitro ceramic burners, a traditional electric oven, a microwave oven, a dishwasher, a combo fridge and freezer, an electric kettle, a toaster, a stainless steel sink, cupboards and drawers containing all necessary utensils, and a window.
The bathroom includes a bathtub with a detachable showerhead protected by a glass screen, a large mirror above and shelves below the white ceramic washbasin, and a washing machine.
Just beside the second bedroom is the dressing room at the bottom of which is the separate toilet.
The nearest metro stations are Châtelet - Les Halles (lines 1, 4, 7, 11 and 14, RER A, B, D), Réaumur Sebastopol (Lines 3 and 4)
Sleeps up to
typical pricing (per week)
June 17, 2008
June 24, 2008
Pricing for all other times of year on request. Prices are subject to change; call us to confirm current pricing.