The opening of the rue de Turenne is a real soap opera episode!
The first section is drilled in 1785 and named Ozée street. Around 1820, it connects three dead ends: that of the Mole, the impasse Turenne and Burguet impasse. In 1850, we extended the Burguet street. In 1857 we built a new section ... Ten years later, it connects the Colbert street to street Paulin and finally in 1881, the Paulin Street to Lerma (Goya)! To the west, after an advanced up the street from Bel Orme in 1869, it was not until 1886 and a petition from residents to the street Turenne finally joins the boulevard ...
You will have guessed that the Marshal of France has nothing to do in the name of this street. Turenne was the individual who had opened the original impasse.
Seasonal rental furnished cozy apartment in a charming, bright and comfortable 60 m2. It is located at 1st floor in the heart of Bordeaux. It is also equipped with air conditioning.
This apartment in an old building has been completely renovated, decorated and equipped. It consists of:
- An entrance hall
- A living room with a sofa, coffee table, 2 armchairs, a dining room table for 4 people, TV, internet / wifi and a desk
- A separate fully equipped kitchen with oven / microwave, dishwasher, fridge, induction hob, kettle, Nespresso machine, toaster and all you need for cooking
- A bedroom with a double bed 160 x 200 cm, a storage closet and dresser
- A shower room with sink, small storage unit, heated towel rail and hairdryer
- Separate WC
Apartment equipped with washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board.
The linen is provided (sheets, towels and tea towels) and beds are made upon arrival.