This elegant 42 sq.mt apartment opens up onto a corridor, decorated with colourful paintings and leading to all the rooms of the property. The first door on the left gives access to a bedroom furnished with a double bed (140 cm), a built-in closet and two bedside tables with black leather surfaces. Two iron lamps, similar to Parisian street lamps of the beginning of the 20th Century, are located on the bed sides. On the left wall is a hideaway door leading to the bathroom with golden mosaics, a shower stall, a sink, a bidet and a WC. Back in the corridor, the second door on the left leads to the second bedroom, furnished with a gorgeous grey leather chaise longue, which can be used as a single bed (80 cm), and with a built-in closet. The door is located in a glass wall with iron and wood. This room can be used as a single bedroom obscuring the glass wall with blinds, or as a relax and reading area. On the right of the corridor, you find the second bathroom of the house, decorated with violet mosaics and fitted with shower, sink, bidet and WC.
At the end of the corridor is the day area, comprising a fully equipped yellow lacquered kitchen corner, a double sofa bed (140 cm) and a round wrought-iron table with 4 tables, a round coffee table and a very particular abat-jour. The wall at the end of the room is completely made of glass and iron, and it overlooks a quiet garden, the former cloister of the Augustins.
An armoured door on the left wall separates the apartment from a dependence with independent entrance.
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: PONT NEUF (line 7), ODEON (line 4 and 10) and SAINT MICHEL (RER B).
The closest pay parking garage is the Vinci Park Services at 124m in Place Dauphine.
Additional amenities include: sofabed, kitchen utensils, shopping, child friendly, iron board, senior friendly, shower, city view, long term, restaurants, sightseeing.