In the heart of the bourgeois-bohemian 9th of Paris, not far from Montmartre and Pigalle, two steps from the Trudaine's avenue and Martyrs street. Small 3 room apartment in an atypical historical monument.
You will live in the city Napoleon first housing estate in Paris. Built between 1849 to 1851 at the request of Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, this city is composed of four buildings that overlook a large garden with a fountain. The garden is in free access.
The apartment is located on the 3rd floor, no lift, under a canopy that distills a dazzling light and unusual atmosphere.
The floral stage, you have a small table and two chairs to enjoy breakfast in the morning sun or dine by candlelight.
Composed of three rooms with no loss of space, the apartment of 58m ² is ideal for a family with one child in two seperated rooms.
In the parent bedroom you have a double bed (160x200) and in the small room a cot (80x120) in which an inflatable bed 140x200 can be added.
The sofa bed in the living room, of excellent quality (160x200), allows cohabitation up to 6 adults and a child.
The kitchen is equipped with the following:
- A 4-burner gas stove and gas oven,
- Dishwasher 45 cm,
- Kettle 1.5 l,
- A blender,
- A toaster,
- French-press coffee maker Bodum kind,
- Nespresso coffee machine,
- A washing machine,
- All necessary utensils for cooking or crafted pastries.
You have a complete HI-FI with CD / DVD player, 24-inch LCD screen, and 20 TV channels available with TNT TV.
The apartment is equipped with an unlimited WIFI internet access and a free phone line in France and preferential rates in the world.
The bathroom has a sink, a toilet, a heated towel radiator and a bathtub 150 cm long.
Other things to note
Note: Free of charge for the first child, a couple with one child will correspond to 2 people.
We appreciate from you respect towards neighbours and discretion.
Thank you for paying well attention by going up stairs not to degrade common areas with your luggage.