This comfortable, modern furnished apartment comprises one combined living/dining room, two bedrooms (one with a twin bed, the second one with a sofa bed) , one bathroom, an open-plan kitchen and lots of storage room. A concierge watches over the building.
Located near Place des Vosges, this charming furnished apartment enjoys a prime location in the heart of the historical Marais, the 4th district of the capital. The statue of french king Louis-XIII dressed up as a Roman emperor can be admired in the central square of Place de Vosges. This square, bordered by rows of trees, locates four fountains - fed by the waters of the Ourcq channel - designed by Jean-Pierre Cortot. Place des Vosges is a recreation area in the very heart of Paris where you will enjoy spending your leisure hours.
The neighborhood remains a quiet and pleasant area offering a large variety of stores and restaurants as well.The district is home to the largest Jewish community in Europe where you find middle east culinary restaurants. The Marais is also known as the gay district of Paris, the area is famous for its in-style shops, restaurants and bars offering fine food and wines. The Marais is one of the few areas of Paris where shops and restaurants are open on weekends.
The Marais district is dedicated to modern art featuring a great number of art galleries. New York Gallery Nikki Diana Marquardt is located in an old factory building just 200 meters away from the apartment. On weekends enjoy a stroll along the "Coulée Verte René-Dumont" a “green”, quiet inner city pathway to Gare de Lyon.
The nearby subway stops "St-Paul" and "Chemin Vert", served by metro lines 1 and 8 give easy access to the whole Parisian subway system.
Welcome to a great place of Parisian life-style!
Nestled in the heart of the 4th arrondissement of Paris, the Marais district is sought by executive corporate clients and tourists. Its village-like atmosphere, with its small cobbled streets, trendy shops, grand cru restaurants, gay bars, and gourmet cafes, makes it always surprising. Formerly the Jewish quarter of Paris, this district still includes many kosher restaurants. The Marais brings together an invaluable cultural wealth through its museums (Musée Picasso Paris, Musée Carnavalet, Maison de Victor Hugo), exhibitions, art galleries, world restaurants and exceptional events on the forecourt of the Town Hall. The Place des Vosges, where the equestrian statue of Louis XIII acts as a meeting place for all, is the most symbolic site of this historic district. Le Marais apartments don't stay long on the market!
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