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This lovely apartment, located in the 7th arrondissement, is steps from the many attractions and shopping of the Left Bank. Close to the metro stop Vaneau, it is walking distance from Invalides, Musee de Rodin, Rue de Bac, Le Bon Marche, and the 6th arrondissement.
Located on a quiet street in a Napoleonic building with an elevator, this 3rd floor apartment has open views and receives a lot of natural light. The apartment is 928 sq ft (86 sq m), has one bedroom with a queen bed, as well as a sofa that converts to a double bed in the library (separate room with door), comfortably accommodating up to 4 people. With an elegant living room and a renovated kitchen and bathroom, it has all the necessary amenities to make your stay in Paris perfect.
Accepted methods of payment are check and wire transfer.
50% is due with the signed rental agreement. Balance of 50% is due 30 days prior to your stay, plus a €250 security deposit.
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The Bon March� is the biggest Left Bank department store and the oldest department store in Paris, designed by Gustav Eiffel and opened in 1852.
Le Bon March� is specialized in luxury fashion for men, women and children but also furniture, upscale gifts and housewares.
It also has an amazing food department called: "La grande �picerie de Paris" a grocery department that offers you over 5000 different products, selected from around the world. A hard-to-find bottle of mineral water from Wales, jams made by a French artisan, an exquisite tomato sauce from Naples ! What you can't find anywhere else, you will find it there.
A monographic museum, the Mus�e Rodin contains the largest collection of the sculptor’s works at two sites, in Paris, at the H�tel Biron, and in Meudon, site of his former home, atelier, and reserve collection. Created in 1916, thanks to Auguste Rodin’s donation of his works and his collections to the French State, it opened in 1919. The artist’s international renown as the author of universally famous sculptures has contributed to the reputation of both places.