The flooring is the original parquet throughout apart from the bathroom- this room has original ceramic tiles, adding to the charm of this Parisian classic.
When you walk into the apartment, the main living area and the bedroom are to your right with the bathroom, toilet and kitchen to your left.
The living room area has a dining table that seats four, as well as connection to the internet should you wish to bring your laptop computer with you.
There is modern sofa which converts to a double sized bed, comfortable enough to sleep two adults and a reading chairs sits in the corner by the window.
The master bedroom has an original, antique marble fireplace to give you an extra cosy feeling.
The large window allows you to wake up to the warmth of the sun.
The bedding provided is quality linen directly from our professional cleaning service.
Heating in this apartment is electric.
There is a heater in the bedroom to make sure you wake up toasty warm as well as one in the living room.
The bed features convenient drawers below the mattress to store your personal belongings.
You may also store things in the bedside tables as each is equipped with shelves and drawers.
The bathroom is equipped with a modern shower and bathtub.
There is also a window in this room to allow for ventilation on those days where you feel like relaxing with a steamy shower or bath.
Closet space is often a rarity in Paris apartments. That is not the case in this one though.
There is a huge closet just when you come into the apartment.
It has plenty of hanging space and shelves- a perfect place to store all of your clothes, coats and luggage.
In addition to being fully equipped with all you need to make a fabulous gourmet dinner, the kitchen has a built in table with chairs plus a beautiful, bright window behind it.
As with many Paris flats, the washing machine is located in the kitchen as well and we have a large drying rack which may be set up anywhere to dry your clothes.
This window looks onto the courtyard of the building so it is a very peaceful spot to enjoy your morning coffee and croissants.
With windows on both sides of the apartment, you are guaranteed a constant stream of light in the day.
Live, as the French do, in this beautiful wooden-floored one-bedroom apartment, overlooking a quiet street. Recently refurbished, rue de Saussure offers all modern conveniences, in the heart of a busy, much sought-after Parisian neighbourhood.
Ideally situated on the border of the 17th and 8th arrondissements, this apartment is located in a wonderful, residential area. This is ‘Les Batignolles’, the poets’ quarter (Verlaine, Mallarmé)- close to the business and shopping areas, but still lovely, peaceful and Parisian.
The Rue de Lévis Marché is the place to explore if you are a food lover. This narrow, pedestrian street houses a charcuterie specialising in delicacies from Alsace, two huge produce stands, a poissonnerie, an artisanal boulangerie known for its crusty country bread, one of the best cheese shops in the city, a place that sells fresh-ground coffee, a Nicolas wine store and a florist.
In addition, there is also the Marché Biologique des Batignolles by metro Rome that is open every Saturday morning from 9AM until 2PM. This is an offshoot of the famous Boulevard Raspail Marché. You’ll find organic produce and dairy goods, wine, prepared salads and pastries. If you are lucky, you can even try some home-pressed organic cider and Calvados.
Parc Monceau is one of the most beautiful parks in Paris and was built in 1769. The park, which features carefully manicured gardens, pleasing paths, small ponds and streams, and lots of pleasing sculptures, is very popular with families, affluent joggers and newly weds having their pictures taken. The park was also the subject of a painting made famous by Claude Monet called, what else, ‘Parc Monceau’.
Nestled in the Quartier Batignolles, minutes from Montmartre