Apartment for 3 people, metro Boucicaut
In the West of the 15th district, Javel used to be an industrial hub. Nowadays the area is taken up with the beautiful André-Citroën park, Georges-Pompidou hospital and numerous large offices. It’s at Porte de Versailles that you will find the most important exhibition center of France, where about 200 exhibitions are exposed every year.
Building and orientation
This bourgeois-style building has a secured access, an elevator and maintained common areas. Situated on the 8th and last floor of the building, directly accessible by the elevator, the apartment has a 180° view on Paris.
Layout of the apartment
This 53 m2 elegant apartment has adjoining rooms. It opens onto a modern kitchen on one side and onto a large living room on the other side; you will be able to separate the 2 spaces thanks to the sliding door. The living room has 2 sofas (a simple one and a 120 cm sofa bed for 1 person), storage spaces, a table and flat screen TV. The apartment has a not overlooked balcony with a little table, perfect for aperitif. Adjoining to the living room, the bedroom has a 140 cm double bed and a large wardrobe. The bathroom is in anthracite marble, with a bathtub. The toilets are separated.
The Latin Quarter’s bookstores, publishers, and cafés are frequented by students of the neighboring universities. The sidewalks of Saint Germain bear the mark of bohemian and literary artists between old stone buildings and jazz clubs. Between Saint Germain and Saint Michel is the district of Odéon, where local students and foreign tourists alike gather to get a drink, dine, and go to the movies.
This apartment with bright colors provides a stunning view over the rooftops of Paris. Fully-equipped and functional, it can accommodate up to three people thanks to its optimized arrangement. Located at the Porte de Versailles in the 15th district of Paris, the center of Paris is very accessible through public transports.