This apartment is unique. Not only because of the unique location, but also since it is extremely quiet, its design is stylish, the main room is wide and bright (3 large windows) and the building is of fine quality
The apartment is located very close to the square and fountain Saint-Sulpice. It combines the advantages of being in the best possible spot in Saint-Germain while being totally quiet and out of the crowd. It is on the ground floor facing a fine paved courtyard in a fine ancient stone building.
• The living room is wide (450 square feet) and divided in 2 parts, the sofa lounge and the dining room. It is furnished with stylish and valuable wood furniture and ancient mirrors. There are 3 large windows opening on the courtyard. It makes the living room very bright.
• The bedroom offers a double queen size bed as well as large closets and a small office table
• The bathroom is connected to the bedroom. It is equipped with a bathtub, toilets and a very large mirror.
• The kitchen is linked to the living room and fully equipped.
The Saint Germain area is very lively and full of restaurants, cafés, cinemas and trendy shops. The art Galleries of Rue de seine are very close. One reaches the Eglise Saint Sulpice and Eglise de Saint Germain des Pres in 2 minutes. And there is even a supermarket to conveniently by food, which is not always easy inside Paris.
Last but not least, if you have kids, the Luxembourg gardens is walking distance gardens are just a walk away. This location is a perfect base to visit Paris. It is very central. There are 3 subway stations at walking distance. It stays 15 minute by subway to most interesting places in Paris.
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