Design at d’Orsel
This apartment is located on the 4th floor without a lift in a quiet building and it has been completely renovated by the owner.
White walls, original hardwood floors and clean design makes this apartment a pleasure to stay in.
There is not a building directly in front of this flat which allows the sunlight to shine in.
When enter this apartment, you will be directly in the main living area which is a pleasant, open space.
The kitchen has plenty of room for you to prepare any meals you like and is equipped with a stove top, oven and more.
This is also the room where the combination washing machine with dryer is located.
The white dining table shown in the photo is perfect for two people. There is a second table just like this in the bedroom which can be moved should there be three or four people eating at the same time.
There is a comfortable sofa which can convert to a bed should you need extra sleeping space.
To get to the bedroom, you must go through the door to the right of the sofa.
There is a short hallway with the bathroom located directly to your right.
The bedroom has its original fireplace adding charm to this room.
There is a free-standing clothes rack with a shelf where you can store your clothes and belongings.
The flat screen television is located in this room should you wish to have an evening to watch a movie.
The curtains in this room are dark which should provide you with a peaceful sleep if you are light sensitive.
The bathroom, which is off the bedroom, has a bathtub with a shower.
The hand bassin has cupboards underneath with plenty of room for you to store your toiletry items.
This apartment is perfectly enchanting for a vacation, holiday weekend or a business trip. I’m sure, after one trip, you’ll want to make it your home in Paris!
This is the heart of the Paris fabric district in Montmartre at Marche St Pierre. The street was called rue des Acacias then Joseph Orsel changed the name to ‘Village d’Orsel’ in 1802. The street name was kept until 1838, at which time, the area was incorporated into Montmartre. You can still see and sense the Bohemian life of the neighbourhood.
The entrance of the apartment building is placed between two fabric shops to add to the charm. There are an abundance of restaurants close by as well as funky boutiques everywhere you look. If you love design and fabric, you are in the right area at the Marche St. Pierre – the best fabric district in Paris.
The Marche St Pierre’s name comes from a market that used to be located in the same area in the 1930’s. In 1879 a couple of families, one being Daniel Moline, started selling fabric at a shop close to the market. They had such great success that in 1920, Daniel’s son, Armand opened another shop. More stores followed in the 1930s.
To this day, you can still find Moline Mercerie at 2, 4, 6 rue de Livingstone that is right by this apartment.
Stylish simplicity by the Marché St Pierre in Montmartre