A small foyer welcomes guests into this 30m2 apartment, entirely renovated and refurbished in 2009 and tinted in pure white to intensify the immense light that pours in from the windows and skylights which characterize it.
To the immediate right is the separate kitchen, fitted in a corridor, modern and fully equipped with all necessities including induction hotplates and a microwave oven, and to its left is a glass door which separates the living area, very sunny, with original on sight beams and a romantic view over the Paris rooftops, among which stand the towers of Saint Sulplice. Here a low built-in cabinet runs along the entire lower part of the sloped ceiling, and acts as a perfect TV stand, whilst a round 19th century table with chairs, a wooden bookcase and a double sofa bed (160 cm wide) complete the furnishings of this room, making it relaxing and comfortable both as a day area and a night area for guests.
To the right of the kitchen is the double bedroom, complete with a double bed (140cm wide) and built-in closet. White steel bars have been fitted on one wall to act as hanging space for clothes. The room has the height of a double volume, with the wall separating it from the day area not reach the ceiling, creating a more spacious environment and allowing it to maintain its characteristic slope. To the left of the kitchen, right before the living room, is the bathroom, decorated with an elegant light-coloured mosaic and fitted with a wash basin, stall shower and toilet.
- Electric kettle
- Italian moka coffee machine
- I-Pod HiFi
Saint Germain des Prés and the Latin Quarter, the 6th arrondissement and 5th arrondissements respectively, represent the beating heart of the Left Bank. The main arteries are boulevard St Germain, which arcs parallel to the Seine, and boulevard St Michel, which runs perpendicular to it as far south as the Jardin du Luxembourg.
St Germain was once a hotspot for thinkers and the literati.
South of boulevard St Germain, place St Sulpice is the perfect place for a drink overlooking the church followed by some designer shopping. Rue St-André-des-Arts, rue de Seine, rue du Four, rue de Sèvres and rue du Bac heave with fashion shops, contemporary art galleries and antique shops.
At the southern end of rue du Bac is the Bon Marché department store. There is a fantastic food market on rue de Buci and great markets on rue Mouffetard and rue Monge.
Closest Metro: ODEON (lines 4 and 10). RER B and C (Notre Dame-Saint Michel) in 800m.
Closest parking is Parking Mazarine, at 27 rue Mazarine, within 174 metres.
Additional amenities include: sofabed, coffee maker, kitchen utensils, shopping, child friendly, iron board, senior friendly, shower, city view, long term, restaurants, sightseeing.