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Paris hyper centre Appartement typique parisien- Versailles style
Rue Saint-Louis en l'Île, Paris, France
Details of the property
Delightful and selected Isle Saint Louis on the Seine River.
Tastefully renovated mostly according to the original adornment, this 50m2 apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a well-maintained 17th century walk-up building equipped with a security system.
Facing the street and courtyard, it is south and north exposed, featuring pale yellow painted walls, genuine ceiling beams, stained glass windows and old-fashioned tiled floor, as well as a hardwood floors.
Spacious and having two large windows facing the street, the living room is fitted out with a sofa bed facing a wooden dining table, 4 matching chairs and a decorative fireplace.
Full of charm, the bedroom has a 1.40cm wide double bed, a mezzanine, a XVIII e closet, decorative wall lamps, and a window opening to the calm courtyard.
The kitchen is equipped with 2 vitro-ceramic and 2 gaz burners, an multifunction oven, a fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, an electric coffee maker, a boiler, a toaster. Kitchen utensils are provided.
Embellished with old style cream-colored tiles, the bathroom encloses a bathtub and a large mirror above the nice washbasin. There are pleasing old style faucets. Restroom is separated.
The closest metro stations are Pont Marie and Sully Morland (line 7)
In the heart of the historic Paris the selected and delightful Isle Saint Louis has its particular charm in the harmony of the close-packed houses, the little cafes where a petit café can be enjoyed at leisure, the quiet quays and the aura of the past, which pervades the island. Along the island's main street, Rue Saint-Louis-en-l'Isle, there are numerous little shops, bertillon icecream, cozy crêperies and restaurants, , often in vaulted cellars, which form an attractive setting for an elegant meal. The nice view of the Hotel De Ville, of the Quartier Latin and the Pantheon, and also of the Ile de la Cité and Notre Dame Cathedral, inspire an agreeable stroll along th