Exquisite, grand and beautifully decorated this superb 2 bedroom apartment is found in the heart of the trendy “bourgeois bohème” Paris just off the canal St Martin.
Located in what is renowned as the golden triangle of the 10th district, this outstanding apartment is on the second floor of a typical Parisian building that features a beautiful and peaceful courtyard. The apartment is structured around the courtyard in a semi-circle that enhances the impression of space and volume. As you enter the apartment you will immediately understand you have made the right choice. The large entrance leads to a fully equipped kitchen (a real kitchen for food lovers!) to your right the colorful dining room that opens on to a beautiful sitting room. The master bedroom is cozy and welcoming – it has an on suite toilet with basin. The second bedroom has two twin beds and is also decorated with taste. The entire apartment is also linked through a beautiful and long corridor that goes round the apartment. Along this corridor you will find the two bathrooms of the apartment, the first one features a large bathtub and a separate shower cabin, the second bathroom a shower cabin – the second toilet is also found along this corridor. The ceilings are high and so are the windows which are found in every room letting the sunlight flood in on both sides of the apartment magnifying the beauty of this unit.
The neighborhood has become over the last ten years one of the trendiest places to live in Paris. The canal St Martin is found at the end of your street, local restaurants and wine bars have made the reputation of this golden triangle. The world famous French designer Agnès B was the first to open a shop on the street – bringing along all the new designer shops. The proximity of the newly redesigned Place de la République makes a very central location and an easy access to the whole of Paris thanks to all the metro lines that link up there. Supermarkets, markets, delicatessens and outstanding restaurants (Le Verre Volé) are all found locally. The Canal is closed to circulation on weekends making the Canal a great place for walks, outdoor concerts and picnics.
To rent this place is to fall in love with it. You’ll never want to leave Paris once you have lived here!