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Chic and accessible studio for 4 people un Sèvres-Babylone


Built during the Second Empire, the Rue de Rennes is one of the most vibrant streets in the 6th district of Paris. Make sure to visit the roman style church Notre-Dame-des-Champs with its own wooden chapel and inspired by Romanesque style. Along the Boulevard Raspail, you will also find some famous design and decoration’s brands. The historic department store Le Bon Marché will definitely thrill the shopping addicts.

Building and orientation

The apartment is located on the ground floor of an old hôtel particulier. The flat faces a one-way street.

Layout of the apartment

With its beautiful clearance, this lovely studio can welcome four people. Beuatifully decorated and perfectly designed, it is furnished with a 140 cm sofa bed, the BZ type, a dining table with four place settings, a dresser and a flat screen TV. The kictchenette is equipped with hotplates, a fridge and a washing machine. Accessible with a ladder, the mezzanine offers another 140 cm bedding for two people. The overall forms a lovely living room with warm colors. In the small bathroom, there are the shower tub and the WC.

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.

Located near the Matignon gardens and the department store Bon Marché, this is the perfect place for a rental with reduced budget in a residential neighborhood. Functional and enjoyable, this is a light studio with contemporary touch that can welcome up to four people.

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Pax : 4
Size : 22
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Book your stay in this nice for up to 4 guests in the wonderful city of PARIS, from only 1441€ per month !